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Diabetes education for adults with learning disabilities: addressing the inequalities
 
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Dr Maria Truesdale and Dr Laurence Taggart (Ulster) – Health inequalities faced by people with learning disabilities (LD) is a critically important issue for primary and secondary healthcare services. Although health inequalities are, to an extent avoidable, it is evident that existing patterns of healthcare provision are insufficient and likely to be in contravention of legal requirements under the Disability Discrimination Acts 1995 and 2005 and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The Northern Ireland Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety’s policies (Equal Lives, DHSSPS, 2005) and guidance (LD Service Framework, DHSSPS, 2012) have emphasised the central role of mainstream health services in meeting the health needs of this population. Understanding the determinants of health inequalities helps identify potential solutions including: making ‘reasonable adjustments’ in all areas of health promotion and healthcare in light of the specific needs of this population and acting within the legal framework of the Mental Capacity Act (2005). This seminar discusses how a national self-management Type 2 diabetes education programme (DESMOND) was adapted for adults with a LD (DESMOND-ID). It illustrates how making reasonable adjustments can support these individuals to increase their knowledge and understanding of diabetes resulting in better self-management and improved glycaemic control with the support of their family and/or paid carer.
Diana has Diabetes, from 'Getting Better in Hospital' - Leeds Animation Workshop
 
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"Getting Better in Hospital" is especially for people with learning disabilities. Available from http://www.leedsanimation.org.uk/order.html This is one of 6 different stories in the film. Developed in consultation with NHS staff, people with learning disabilities, Mencap, Change and other organisations. Music: Phil Todd. Voices: Jez Colborne, Susan Hanley.
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new type 2 diabetes and learning disabilities 2017
 
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What Is Diabetes
 
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What is Diabetes? Animated video covers basic issues such as glucose, insulin, the pancreas and warning signs of diabetes. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/healthnutsmedia Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/healthnutsmedia Visit our Website http://healthnutsmedia.com/
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Diabetes and Social Security Disability Claims
 
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Social Security recognizes that diabetes can disable you from all competitive work. However, it is not enough that you have been diagnosed with diabetes - instead, you have to show that you experience frequent and severe complications from your diagnosis such that you would not be reliable or able to function at even a simple, entry-level job. In this video I explain how I approach claims involving diabetes. Obviously there are some cases where my client’s blood sugar has been so out of control for months or years that permanent neurological damage has occurred. Those cases are often approved. But there are many other cases where my client’s diabetes has not reached disabling severity yet my client’s symptoms can still help win a claim. If you have been diagnosed with either Type I or Type II diabetes and you are finding it more and more difficult to perform the duties of a full time job, you may qualify for disability under Social Security’s rules. Let me know if I can help. =============== FREE SURVIVAL KIT ================ Don't know where to begin? Download my free “Secrets of Getting Approved” Survival Kit at http://bit.ly/SSD-Survival-Kit ================================================ ============== FREE CASE EVALUATION ============= If you or a loved one would like a case evaluation for your SSDI or SSI case, please contact me at http://bit.ly/Contact-Jonathan ================================================ =================== CONTACT ME ================= Jonathan Ginsberg Social Security Disability Attorney Website: http://www.ssdAnswers.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GinsbergLaw/ Telephone: 800-890-2262 http://bit.ly/Contact-Jonathan ================================================ ***Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More Videos*** http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ginsbergssd
Healthy eating for people with learning difficulties.
 
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This short film for Share shows just some of the ways innovative technology is being used to help Londoners with learning difficulties. www.sharecommunity.org @ShareCommunity
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new type 1 diabetes learning disabilities 2017
 
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Information for patients with learning disabilities - Admission to the Acute Medical Unit at UCLH
 
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This short video guide for patients with learning disabilities attempts to explain what one can expect when admitted to the Acute Medical Unit at University College Hospital
new type 1 diabetes and learning disability 2017
 
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new learning disabilities and type 1 diabetes 2017
 
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How Can I Get Disability For Diabetes
 
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http://bit.ly/steps-to-health ◄ THE ONLY DIABETES TREATMENT THAT REALLY WORKS!!! Why Get Disability For Diabetes When You Can Cure It? If you're one of the approximately 21 million people in the U.S. who's been diagnosed with diabetes, you're probably well aware of how expensive the disease can be: Medical costs for patients run to about $13,700 a year, of which close to $8,000 is caused by the condition. One of the reasons diabetes is so expensive is the cost of insulin. This hormone, which diabetes patients either don't manufacture (type 1) or don't use efficiently (type 2) is not available in generic form. That's because pharmaceutical companies have been able to continually make small improvements to their insulin medications, allowing them to maintain their patents, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine. As a result, people with insulin-dependent diabetes who do not have drug coverage on their health plans must pay up to $400 a month out-of-pocket for insulin. Some people simply can't afford the cost. Unfortunately, "Not having access to insulin can have tragic results," says Kevin Riggs, MD, MPH, physician and researcher at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore. For anyone with type 1 diabetes, and some people with type 2, there is no alternative to insulin, Riggs points out. But fortunately, for many people with type 2 diabetes, who make up the majority of diabetes patients, there are effective and less expensive ways to cope. [-]http://bit.ly/steps-to-health - Discover how to treat your Diabetes! Watch More: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSJ74kj9mAU Subscribe To My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaXk1xr-_QUiiETv1dH6OWQ Like Us On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Healing-Diabetes-1052835371510319/ Visit Our Website: https://sites.google.com/view/healingdiabetes/ Watch The Whole Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_N7aUNvLTB5nJv-XCVTTwMOQ2d3d9PB5 Watch The Other Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0sR6TGJLX8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rd1onV2Nll4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJCDdR5xPAI #HowCanDiabetesKillYou #HowCanDiabetesCauseSeizures #HowCanIGetDisabilityForDiabetes #HighBloodSugarLevelsDuringPregnancy #NewTreatmentForDiabeticFootUlcers #TestosteroneTreatmentForMenWithType2Diabetes #ErectileDysfunctionAndSexualHealth
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Learning about diabetes
 
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Learning about diabetes
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Jo's Story - Part 1
 
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Signs and symptoms of diabetes in people with learning disabilities.
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Living With Diabetes and Without Junk Food
 
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By Jamie - Age 14 | For seven years of my life, I grew up in the foster system. I had to leave my mom’s house because of the decision to stop being there for her children. At the time, it was just me, an eight year old girl, and my brother, and an eleven year old severely autistic boy. One day the police showed up at our house. They asked me a lot of questions and then told us I would be staying at my aunt's house with her three kids, and my brother to a home for his needs. I stayed with my Aunt and cousins for a year and a half, until one day my Aunt told me to pack some clothes. I thought I was going to spend some time with my other Aunt and cousins, so happily I went and packed some clothes but, once I was done I went to the front room and my Aunt told me and my cousins I was going away for some time. I didn’t know what that meant but, we all cried, and my ??? showed up. My ??? didn’t tell me too much on our car ride there but, for most of the ride I cried. Once we got there, I was greeted by someone I would soon look up to as my sister, and by more people I would soon consider my family. I lived there for 2 and a half years. I wanted that to be my forever home, my forever family. But I found out my biological mom had another baby. He was only 5 months old and the state wanted us to be together forever. I moved in with him and his foster family. ??? threw up, cried, fussed, changed his diapers. I never thought I’d have a little brother, but there he was right before my eyes. I thought that was it for my foster placements but, I was wrong. Something didn’t work in that home and, we were moved after a year and a half of staying there. Now, we were with our very first white foster parent. A single mother, with three cute, but crazy kids. To say the least on that home, it didn’t work and, we left. On my last day of school, we were taken to our next foster home and, our last one thank you jesus. Another white family with four kids. A boy in the eleventh grade, a girl ???, another girl in the seventh grade, and another boy in like the fifth grade. And of course two parents, a mom and a dad and two lovely black dogs. Those people showed me and my brother so much love and care even after our hearts were broken by so many people at so many different times. I’ve never had a father figure in my life, so when I got to this one I didn’t really know how it felt to have a father at all. December 31, 2014, we were adopted by these people. Being here for two years now, I’ve received lots of love, and crazy rules and groundings. I’m blessed to have a place to finally call home Do you LOVE junk food? Tons of people do - especially when we're kids, it's everywhere. And so, getting addicted to sugar is easy. Do you kind of HATE healthy foods like vegetables and fruit? You're not alone. Jamie, up until a few years ago, ate nothing but junk food - all the time - chips, soda, candy, anything she could find that had lots and lots of sugar, or was fried, or processed, or just plain bad for you. It was all she craved. Even though her Mom told her not to eat all that junk food, and tried to get her to eat better healthier foods, she just ignored her and went on eating whatever she wanted. And this went on for a few years, until, Jamie started having trouble hearing. She didn't think much of it, but it got bad enough so that her Mom ended up taking her to the hospital. After the nurse tested her blood sugar - which Jamie hated since she hates blood and needles - she came back with bad news. Jamie had diabetes! It was a diagnosis she did not expect nor a disease she wanted. Her Mom was concerned, but Jamie was just totally confused - she had to learn all about it fast, AND, she had to take medicine - insulin - every single day. So, with a serious fear of needles and shots, Jamie found out that she had to give herself the shots, and monitor and test her blood sugar levels on her own. It was scary, and people would look at her when she had to do it and make her feel different and uncomfortable. But the hardest part of all was that she had to stop eating all of the junk food and sugar and start eating healthy foods. As a diabetic, She had to totally change her diet. And eventually, she got used to her new diet and at making healthier choices for eating and snacking. She even got used to the shots and is really living a normal life - but she does have to take care of herself a little more carefully than most kids her age and manage her diabetes. This is an important storytime to tell and to hear. Everyone's got a story....we want to hear yours! LINKS Website: http://www.storybooth.com Instagram: @thestorybooth https://www.instagram.com/thestorybooth G+: https://plus.google.com/+Storybooth/v... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Storybooth-192780537821140/
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Parenting with a Learning Disability
 
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Graeme Porter is a basketball coach, a racecar driver, and an athletes' representative on New Zealand’s Special Olympics Committee. He also holds down a full time job and he’s a family man. In many ways he's living the Kiwi dream – but balancing all of these activities whilst living with an intellectual disability means that his family sometimes miss out on the attention they need. It’s time for Graeme to step up. Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/attitudetv Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/attitude_tv See more Videos: http://attitudelive.com
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Healthy Eating with Type 2 Diabetes
 
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Learn strategies on how to improve your diet after a diagnosis of diabetes in this video with Carelton Rivers, RD LD. NCHPAD (National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability) is the nation’s premier center in promoting the health and wellness of people with disability. To view more resources and services which can benefit all ages and populations, connect with us: ------------------------------------------------ Website: http://www.nchpad.org Email: email@nchpad.org Phone: 1-800-900-8086 Facebook: https://facebook.com/nchpad Twitter: https://twitter.com/nchpad Instagram: https://instagram.com/nchpad/
Dissecting Diabetes
 
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Following our booklet 'Looking After Your Teeth', 'Tales of Diabetes' will be published in August 2016. It is an imaginative exploration of what it feels like to have diabetes. Organs have been embroidered along with miniature dinosaurs, who travel through a body discovering the wreckage diabetes has created. Sugar in the body, organs made into bags, life size puppets, (including one blind as a result of diabetes), fabrics printed with repeat organ patterns ready to be made into clothes, all feature in this show along with an informative catalogue explaining how the pieces relate to diabetes. The exhibition includes work by adults with learning disabilities. East London Textile Arts is an independent organisation working in East London. It was set up by local people of different faiths and ethnicities to make textiles that reflect the cultural diversity of the area. A small project reliant on our own fundraising, we work in partnership with local community centres. We also have an outreach program aimed at people who cannot access mainstream creative opportunities for reasons of health, family ties or economic constraints. The project is supported by Awards for All and the London Borough of Newham, and advised by Newham Public Health. The resulting booklet will be published in partnership with Manor Park Community Neighbourhood Team and distributed through Newham libraries, community centres, schools and health bodies.
What Is The Cause Of A Learning Disability?
 
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It is thought that learning disabilities may be caused by hereditary, teratogenic factors (for instance, alcohol or cocaine use during pregnancy), medical (premature birth, diabetes, meningitis of mother offspring), and environmental (malnutrition, poor prenatal healthcare) a disability involves the foundational perceptual thinking skills allow us to operate in life. Learning disabilities read about tests, symptoms and types. No one is the causes for learning disabilities are not well understood, and sometimes there no apparent cause a disability 3 oct 2012having means that people find it harder to learn certain types of differ hugely. Learning disabilities facts and myths. Just as there are different types of learning disabilities (e. Googleusercontent search. But researchers do have some theories as to why they develop, numerous factors cause learning disabilities, and each of them affects different areas or centers the brain. What causes a learning disability? . It is not clear what causes learning difficulties, but researchers believe genetic influences, brain mental health professionals stress that since no one knows disabilities, it doesn't help parents to look backward search for reasons 13 mar 2018 a disorder? Learning disorders are conditions affect the ability learn. Thus, just as a sore or injured muscle will cause causes of learning disabilities. These can include poor nutrition and exposure to toxins such as lead in water or paint no one's exactly sure what causes learning disabilities. Other factors in an infant's environment may play a role as well. Learning disabilities what are the causes? Symptoms and causes for learning disorders in types of. A learning disability can cause a person to have trouble kids outgrow disabilities? Are they caused by laziness? Get the straight story on what disabilities are and they're not. What is a learning disability? Causes of disabilities parenting special needs magazinewhat causes disabilities? Youtube. Understanding 28 jan 2008 learning disability is a general term that describes specific kinds of problems. A disorder that is characterized by difficulty in muscle control, which causes problems simple terms, a learning disability results from difference the way causing with visual spatial, intuitive, organizational, evaluative and holistic if i have disability, will my child inherit it? Knowing cause of disabilities something researchers are still investigating. Four suspected causal factors are brain damage, heredity, biochemical imbalance, and environmental causes 1 dec 2016 sometimes, that affect a developing fetus, such as alcohol or drug use, can lead to learning disability. Dyslexia, language disabilities, math disabilities), there are likely to be different causes. They can cause problems with. Causes of learning disabilities causes causes, effects & diagnosis nildeducation nichd eunice kennedy kidshealth. Ld, dyslexia causes, effects. Causes of learning disabilities youtubemental health
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This is Julie. This Is Diabetes.
 
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Julie dreamed of a child. “This is my miracle. This Is Diabetes.”
Hi-Bliss Treatment for Diabetes, Shoulder Pain & Leg Disability
 
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=============================================== Hi-Bliss Hydrogen Therapy for Diabetes & Pain =============================================== Hi-Bliss hydrogen therapy is not only effective for pain relief, but also to treat chronic diseases like diabetes. Mr Siew Wee Chai sought treatment at Hi-Bliss centre after learning that his friend had benefited from Hi-Bliss therapy. When he first approached Hi-Bliss, he was suffering from 3 health-related problems:- 1. Diabetes – blood sugar level dropped from 7 to 4.6 mmol/L He was suffering from diabetes. His blood sugar level hit 10 mmol/L at one point, and only after months of medication, the level dropped to 7 mmol/L. After undergoing 3 months of Hi-Bliss Detox & Wellness Treatment, his blood sugar level dropped from 7 to 4.6 mmol/L (healthy level is 4.0-6.0 mmol/L) without any medication! He is now off medication and his blood sugar level is completely under control. 2. Shoulder Pain After a fall, he hurt his shoulder and suffered pain for a year. Throughout that year, he sought Chinese Tit Tar Treatment, but it failed to solve his problem. To his great surprise, after just ONE 30-minute session of Hi-Bliss Pain Relief treatment, his shoulder pain was gone! Better still, the pain never came back! 3. Disability of Left Leg Another issue which plagued him was a persistent pain on his left leg caused by an earlier accident. This pain was so severe that he had to use a wheelchair. Whenever he tried to walk, the longest he could stand up was for 1 minute only! After his shoulder pain was healed following the Hi-Bliss treatment, he had no hesitation to try the same treatment for his leg pain. The result was tremendous -- he can now stand for 10 minutes….a 10 times improvement over his previous condition!!! He is indeed an extremely satisfied & happy client now, all thanks to Hi-Bliss! :) ============================================== For more information:- Tel: 603-7710 0729 / 6012- 716 8729 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hiblisstherapy/ Website: http://www.hi-bliss.com ============================================ Please like and share if you think this will benefit others
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Jo's Story - Part 2
 
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Signs and symptoms of diabetes in people with learning disabilities.
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KiDS and diabetes in school
 
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Over 1 million children and adolescents currently live with type 1 diabetes. Many children with diabetes face discrimination in the school environment, it affects their self-esteem, productivity and management of their disease. Children who are not able to manage their condition safely and securely at school may be at greater risk of complications from diabetes. The Kids and Diabetes in School Project (KiDS) aims to foster a safe and supportive environment that creates a better understanding of diabetes and supports children with the condition. http://kids.idf.org
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Information for patients with learning disabilities - Attending the Emergency Department at UCLH
 
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This short video guide for patients with learning disabilities attempts to explain what one can expect when attending the emergency department at University College Hospital
Hidden Disabilities: Type 1 Diabetes
 
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interviewed Scott Sullivan on his hidden disability.
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Patients First Learning Disability Project
 
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Improving the hospital experience of patients with a learning disability within Hywel Dda University Health Board
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Doctor's Talk - Dr Philip John talks about learning difficulties, PT 2
 
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Playlist- http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRUWHfiqj8TSiJA-L2iIWldYTsGpo0q8x Dr Philip John talks about learning difficulties in children. Doctor's Talk is a health and fitness-related chat show that airs on Kairali TV. Each episode of this show, anchored by Dr Ganesh Das, hosts a specialist doctor who propounds the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment associated with a particular disease/illness. A wide range of medical topics are covered, ranging from treatment for infertility, diabetes, cancer, to back pain, spinal problems and, weight loss. The show features specialists from different branches of medicine, such as Ayurveda, Allopathy and Homeopathy, who guide the patients on their road to recovery.
Views: 1825 KairaliOnline
The Connection Between Race, Class, Environment and Health
 
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In the South Bronx, environmental degradation has led to high rates of asthma, diabetes and learning disabilities, Carter says. Topic: The Connection Between Race, Class, Environment and Health Majora Carter: The biggest problem that we're having in many urban areas is asthma. In the South Bronx, we see about 60,000 diesel truck trips going through our community each and every week. That definitely adds to asthma, upper respiratory problems. But if you have a community where people are afraid to go outside because there's so many trucks running around, or if the air smells because of sewage treatment plants or other kind of issues like that. People also aren't getting the kind of physical activity that they need, as well. Which leads to diabetes and, of course, to obesity, as well. And then there's also the not so well reported issue that there's actually more than conclusive evidence to show that proximity to fossil fuel emissions causes learning disabilities in young kids. And we now know that poor kids that don't do well in school, actually, have a much better chance of ending up in jail, rather than going onto higher education. So, for us, the development of environmental services in our community, like the creation of Urban Forestry, Green Roof Installation, actually, even doing solar panels. So we're reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. So that provides a benefit to our communities by, number one, cleaning up the air, because there's actually green things that are cleaning the air. Two, providing jobs for people, because they have to do it. Which, of course, we know now that poverty is also a key component in folks going to jail. So creating opportunities for people to do environmental services, which have a net benefit to the environment. And also, all of our infrastructure creates jobs. They get reinvested in our communities. It creates healthier communities. Recorded on: April 28, 2008 Topic: The Connection Between Race, Class, Environment and Health Majora Carter: The biggest problem that we're having in many urban areas is asthma. In the South Bronx, we see about 60,000 diesel truck trips going through our community each and every week. That definitely adds to asthma, upper respiratory problems. But if you have a community where people are afraid to go outside because there's so many trucks running around, or if the air smells because of sewage treatment plants or other kind of issues like that. People also aren't getting the kind of physical activity that they need, as well. Which leads to diabetes and, of course, to obesity, as well. And then there's also the not so well reported issue that there's actually more than conclusive evidence to show that proximity to fossil fuel emissions causes learning disabilities in young kids. And we now know that poor kids that don't do well in school, actually, have a much better chance of ending up in jail, rather than going onto higher education. So, for us, the development of environmental services in our community, like the creation of Urban Forestry, Green Roof Installation, actually, even doing solar panels. So we're reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. So that provides a benefit to our communities by, number one, cleaning up the air, because there's actually green things that are cleaning the air. Two, providing jobs for people, because they have to do it. Which, of course, we know now that poverty is also a key component in folks going to jail. So creating opportunities for people to do environmental services, which have a net benefit to the environment. And also, all of our infrastructure creates jobs. They get reinvested in our communities. It creates healthier communities. Recorded on: April 28, 2008
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learning disability week - bullying video
 
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www.enablemescotland.info for help to stop bullying
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Dr Glidden talks about blood sugar imbalances
 
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(Chromium & Vanadium) ADD/ADHD, Adrenal Failure, Anxiety, Bed Wetting, Bipolar Disorder, Cardiovascular Disease, Depression, Diabetes, Dizziness, Excessive Thirst Sweating or Urination, Elevated Cholesterol & Triglycerides, Fainting Spells , Fatigue, Hyperactivity, Hypoglycemia, Infertility, Learning Disabilities, Memory loss, Migraine Headaches, Moodiness, Narcolepsy, Night Sweats, Obesity , Peripheral Neuropathy
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Hello Doctor: Learning Disabilities In Children | Full Episode
 
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Dr. Jayaprakash Associate Professor of Psychiatry department at Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram talks about learning disorders in children. Watch full episode: https://youtu.be/TEGpON_MfKk Hello Doctor is a health and fitness-related chat show that airs on Kairali People. In each episode anchor of the show hosts a specialist doctor who propounds the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment associated with a particular disease/illness and answers calls from viewers who have questions regarding the topic of discussion. A wide range of medical topics are covered, ranging from treatment for infertility, diabetes, cancer, to back pain, spinal problems and, weight loss. The show features specialists from different branches of medicine, such as Ayurveda, Allopathy and Homeopathy, who guide the patients on their road to recovery. For more episodes, click at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLj3rbTQ1azHq6L0WQUiPBIZbVm0UbkDwI Kairali People is a leading Malayalam news channel, owned by Kairali TV, which brings to you round the clock coverage of breaking news. The channel is reputed for its accurate, fast and unbiased coverage of news stories. Apart from regional news, this channel brings to you news from across the globe. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/peopletvonline Circle us on G+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/104936936924302791673/104936936924302791673
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Doctor's Talk - Dr Philip John talks about learning difficulties, PT 3
 
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Playlist- http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRUWHfiqj8TSiJA-L2iIWldYTsGpo0q8x Dr Philip John talks about learning difficulties in children. Doctor's Talk is a health and fitness-related chat show that airs on Kairali TV. Each episode of this show, anchored by Dr Ganesh Das, hosts a specialist doctor who propounds the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment associated with a particular disease/illness. A wide range of medical topics are covered, ranging from treatment for infertility, diabetes, cancer, to back pain, spinal problems and, weight loss. The show features specialists from different branches of medicine, such as Ayurveda, Allopathy and Homeopathy, who guide the patients on their road to recovery.
Views: 687 KairaliOnline
Prevalence, risk factors and impact of diabetes in the non-disabled population: A global epidemic
 
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To watch the full lecture visit: http://bit.ly/2gktAS5 About this lecture: Dr Sheba Jarvis reviews the current prevalence of diabetes both globally and in the UK. Dr Jarvis looks at the associated impact on healthcare spending, considers the current national strategies to identify new cases, and discusses diabetes at an individual level. This lecture was filmed at the 'Managing diabetes in people with intellectual disabilities: recent advances' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Help me save our house!
 
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My name is Warren Miller, and I am 14 years old. Me and my brother have diabetes and learning disabilities. I have 4 siblings and I live with 3 of them along with my Mom, Dad, and Grandpa, who suffers from Parkinson's. My dad has always been hardworking, but unfortunately he was exposed to an ammonia leak while working for Pepsi-Cola. He can no longer work and our bills haven't been paid. Now our house is in foreclosure and I don't know what's going to happen next. Please help us out! Here's the link below to help us https://www.gofundme.com/2dkmymc
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Provisions For Those With Learning Disabilities As They Reach Adulthood
 
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Is enough being done for people with learning disabilities as they leave the education system? Are budget cuts in this area justified? David McClarty contended that there are facilities in place for adults with learning disabilities to gain training and employment but also conceded that more can be done and believes that it is something the Minister will be looking into. Mark Durkan added that life cycle commitments do need to be made for those in this situation and that it was not fair to leave families and individuals hanging high and dry at the advent of adulthood.
NPDA National Conference 2018 - Aisling Pigott
 
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National Paediatric Diabetes Audit National Conference 2018. Aisling Pigott, Paediatric Diabetes Dietitian at University Hospital of Wales - Recognising & Managing Eating Disorders in Children & Young People with Type 1 Diabetes
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People with Intellectual Disabilities: Promoting Health, Addressing Inequality
 
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Dr Laurence Taggart and Dr Wendy Cousins (Ulster) - People with Intellectual Disabilities: Promoting Health, Addressing Inequality There are approximately 32,600 people with intellectual disabilities (also known as ‘learning disabilities’) living in Northern Ireland. This is a higher proportion of our population than other regions in the United Kingdom. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2006) recognises that persons with disabilities have the right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health without discrimination on the basis of disability; yet a growing body of evidence highlights significant inequality in health care provision for this vulnerable group. The recent Confidential Inquiry Report into the Premature Deaths of People with Learning Disabilities (2013) found that people with intellectual disabilities died on average 20 years earlier than adults in the general population, and that many of these deaths were avoidable. People with intellectual disabilities are also more likely to experience a range of chronic health conditions, many of which can be prevented and/or managed more appropriately; thus improving quality of life, increasing longevity, and reducing care costs. This presentation discusses the health inequalities faced by people who have an intellectual disability and outline potential solutions to deliver more effective and less discriminatory healthcare for this often over-looked section of the population. This aims to contribute to the development and implementation of the ‘Transforming Your Care’ agenda and future policies designed to address inequalities and health.
Learning Disabilities in Children | Doctor Live 15 June 2016
 
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Using Cold Laser Therapy to Help Children with Learning Disabilities
 
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The young man featured in this video had a history of cognitive issues, including difficulty with reading and comprehension. After testing positive for auditory processing disorder, he came to H.O.P.E. to treat his condition with photobiomodulation. Dr. Susan Bostian, H.O.P.E.’s cognitive specialist, explains that humans think in patterns. But when complex brain patterns crisscross, cognitive roadblocks are formed that can impact the brain’s ability to think clearly Cold laser therapy, or photobiomodulation, targets those cognitive roadblocks so cognitive learning pathways are formed evenly and consistently. Testing confirms that laser treatment improves cognitive function, something Dr. Bostian can see demonstrated in a patient’s demeanor after as little as six weeks of treatment. In the case of this video’s subject, treatment resulted in improvements in reading and comprehension to the extent that he no longer required supplementary help. Simply put, the human brain is able to function in a more normal, rhythmic pattern as a result of photobiomodulation.
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Is Diabetes A Disability Under The Equality Act 2010?
 
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Disability discrimination when diabetes is not a disability cannot be landau law solicitors. Disability diabetes an advice guide for usdaw reps. This applies in england, wales and scotland. What makes a worker disabled under the equality act 2010? Crunch. This month the eat has overturned an tribunal's decision in 13 feb 2017 employment appeal tribunal (eat) recently considered whether type 2 diabetes was a 'progressive condition' and therefore covered by disability discrimination law. Your diabetes the independent trust. This the equality act 2010 protects people with type 1 diabetes from discrimination at work, and requires an employer to make reasonable adjustments for disabled 13 apr 2015 eat looked 2 as a disability under. Diabetes so people with are covered by the equality act 2010 as they have to take their this chart (on page below) is remind you of 9 tests which 26 mar 2015 keep his blood sugar levels low, he followed a low diabetic diet meant that was disabled under 20 type does not automatically amount disability because abstention from sugary drinks coping jan 2017 far most common type, an estimated nine protected characteristics ( ). Under the equality act 2010 (the 'act'), a person can only claim disability discrimination if they show that are 'disabled' 20 jan 2017 employment appeal tribunal (eat) overturned an tribunal's (et) finding employee with type 2 diabetes was not 19 under 2010, progressive condition (such as diabetes) has have physical or mental impairment which substantial and long term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day activities result of. The equality act has replaced the disability. The legislation sets out the equality act of 2010 states that your employer should be expected to make and diabetes, or another disability, causes you exceed maximum some people worry about what bearing their diabetes will have on feel disabled, is classed as an 'unseen disability' under. Disability discrimination when diabetes is not a disability type 2 under the equality act 2010? Foot disability? Lexology. Googleusercontent search. Consultant editor darren newman considers a recent 17 apr 2015 diabetes cannot be classified as disability says the employment 2 does not amount to under equality act 2010 5 oct at work will increasingly present challenge with condition may qualify disabled if they meet 1 2013 can have major effect on an individuals act, someone has defined by your decision, eg in type changing insulin or. Could type 2 diabetes be a disability under the equality act 2010 employment and uk. Type 1 diabetes and work jdrf. Discrimination act (the dda) but all the 13 apr 2015 however, questions recently arose should type 2 diabetes be considered a disability in work place under equality 2010, and is. Diabetes at work how to avoid disability discrimination. 31 mar 2015 there are two types of diabetes; Type 1 which is insulin controlled and is usually found to satisify the definition of disability under the eq
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Courage & Perseverance Student Awards - Special Education Conference 2015 - Education Update
 
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Education Update honored six young people who have struggled with tremendous problems in their lives including learning disabilities, blindness and diabetes at the Fourth New York Citywide Special Education Conference on March 28, 2015 at the Weill Cornell Medical College. They have succeeded in overcoming these difficulties and continuing on with their lives.
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Coping with cancer with a learning disability – Amanda’s story - Macmillan Cancer Support
 
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In this cancer information video, Amanda, who has cerebral palsy and a learning disability, explains her experience and the difficulties she had when she was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. For easy read information about cancer, visit: http://www.macmillan.org.uk/easyread Subscribe: http://bit.ly/UsAbto Twitter: https://twitter.com/macmillancancer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/macmillancancer The information in the video was correct as of 1 October 2015 Text transcript below My name is Amanda Cresswell and I have got cerebral palsy and I am registered partially sighted. I find it difficult to process lots of words. I started to feel, every time when I went upstairs I had shortness of breath and I had no energy and my hair was always greasy. Then I went to see my GP. He said ‘oh there was nothing wrong’ and sent me away again. I wasn’t happy because I knew that there was something seriously wrong. I felt he wasn’t listening to me as a person. A few weeks later I collapsed in my home. And then I got rushed straight to hospital. One doctor said to me that you have non-Hodgkins lymphoma and I asked him what it was, and he said it was cancer. I thought I was going to die, like my mum because she died from cancer. And I said I don’t want to die. It was scary as I was left by myself. I didn’t know what was happening. I didn’t have anybody with me. There was this really nice nurse and she used to come and check that I was ok and she went to talk to the doctor. And then they started talking to me in a different way so I understood. Then I felt happy, that they were finally listening to what I was telling them. And I started having chemotherapy. I am really happy that I don’t have cancer anymore because I can be independent and do my own thing. If there is a person out there with a learning disability and they are not sure what to do, then go and get the advice and help because there is help out there. Just because we’ve got a learning disability doesn’t mean that we can’t be helped.
Getting Inside the Disability - Adolescent Diabetes
 
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William Davis - Wheatlessness: A 21st Century Health Strategy
 
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The wheat of today is not the wheat of our mothers or grandmothers. Modern wheat is the product of genetics manipulations that have transformed its properties. Modern wheat is now a 2-foot tall, high-yield semi-dwarf strain, different in both appearance and multiple biochemical features from traditional wheat. Introduction of this new strain of wheat was associated with the appearance of a long list of health problems, along with weight gain and diabetes. Saying goodbye to all things wheat provides outsized and unexpected health benefits, from weight loss, to relief from acid reflux and bowel urgency, to reversal of diabetes, migraine headaches, and learning disabilities in children. Dr. William Davis is author of the #1 New York Times Bestselling book, Wheat Belly: Lose the wheat, lose the weight and find your path back to health (Rodale, 2011), now debuting internationally in over 19 foreign languages. Wheat Belly has helped spark a nationwide reconsideration of the conventional advice to "eat more healthy whole grains." Formerly an interventional cardiologist, he now confines his practice to prevention and reversal of coronary disease in his practice in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dr. Davis is a graduate of the St. Louis University School of Medicine, followed by training in internal medicine and cardiology at the Ohio State University Hospitals, and training in interventional cardiology at the Case--Western Reserve Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio. He is also founder of the online heart disease prevention educational program, Track Your Plaque.
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Meet Guy - Learning Disabilities Project Case Study
 
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