These can include substance abuse, mental health problems, economic stress, unemployment, separation and divorce, inadequate housing, crime, and incarceration. Figuring out how best to work with and engage these families, always with the safety of and permanency for the child as the goal, is not easy. This manual also speaks to both the opportunities and challenges presented by one participant in the family sagas that CPS caseworkers deal with everyday:
When we imagine minds newly opened to levels of greater understanding, what we typically picture are children learning the foundational blocks of knowledge that build the complex world around us.
But often overlooked are the adults who, for a multitude of reasons, did not gain this foundation in their youth, and who are now navigating the world without vital literacy skills.
They need to learn, too, and their education matters. Their skills are limited to understanding short, simple texts and one-step math problems at best.
They struggle to find employment. They struggle to help their children with homework. They struggle to understand a bus schedule, instructions on a bottle of medication, and nutritional information on a package of food.
This is because literacy means not only the ability to read, but the ability to read well, to process information and solve problems. So if functional illiteracy is a void that consumes much more than simply the ability to read, then improved adult literacy will inversely have an enormous positive impact.
A person no longer stymied by understanding a job application will have the skills to not just find employment, but also retain employment.
Improved literacy also results in more informed health decisions regarding nutrition and preventative care, which obviously benefit the individual but also create better health outcomes and lower healthcare costs for the nation as a whole.
Adult learners, and the need for improved adult literacy, deserve our attention and efforts because these people deserve the opportunity not just to survive, but to flourish.Maternal TB and TB/HIV Maternal mortality (per ,) All TB HIV+ 12, HIV- 3, Khan AIDS Women of childbearing age have the highest burden of TB.
Dear Goddess Ezada. The words You scribe here are ones of the utmost truth and importance. Marking your property to cement Your ownership, is an act never to be taken lightly. Saleh Younis (SAAY) has been writing about Eritrea since when he published "Eritrean Exponent", a quarterly print journal.
His writing has been published in several media outlets including Dehai, Eritrean Studies Review, Visafric, Asmarino and, of course, Awate where his column has appeared since the launch of the website in It is tempting to believe that if an organisation is running smoothly with good profits and an excellent team of professionals, it will continue to function in the same capacity.
But sadly that is not. Hard Knock Tv's Nick Huff Barili sits down with Nipsey Hussle for in-depth interview at Truth Studios.
Part 2 starts with Nipsey giving advice to young artists sharing that its . Our Text: Proverbs The vital importance of mother needs no confirmation. The very existence of each of us and any progress we may have made toward physical or emotional maturity testifies to the essential nature of motherhood.