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Best Community Social Programs to Start for Seniors

As people become older and enter their senior years, it isn’t unusual to be alone and experience loneliness. Not only do these individuals lose chances to meet new people in social situations, but they also likely have experienced the loss of loved ones. This situation becomes more pronounced for the elderly suffering from ailments, disabilities, …

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Rebuilding Communities: How People Can Help During the Pandemic

Even though the country’s death toll due to Covid-19 reached the half-a-million-mark, hospital cases have dropped. With this, the country might be seeing the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, and everything may soon go back to normal. This also means people should start working on rebuilding their community seriously affected by the …

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Community First: Building Healthy Relationships in Your Community

The community plays a significant role in enriching the relationships of the people who live within it. Various studies have shown how the community can foster meaningful relationships among its members. It can also reduce violence among the youth. By enriching the relationships of the people living in your community, you can ensure that its citizens can live …

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Community-focused Care: Overcoming Barriers in Healthcare Equity Concerns

Imagine this scenario: A community outreach program offers at-home consultations for young, first-time mothers, while a senior citizen suffering from diabetes receives weekly checkups for nutrition control to help reduce high diabetes rates in a community. All these success stories tell so much about how public health plays a vital role in improving the quality …

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At The Front Lines: Post-pandemic Boosting of the Public Sector

The sudden outbreak of the global pandemic dealt a massive blow to the public sector. Responding to the initial spread of the virus was slow, which highlighted the severe lack of personnel in various key areas. From the councils that manage social services to the nursing workforce, these are some sectors in dire need. Now, the discovery …

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Stretching What’s on the Plate: How to Start Soup Kitchens

The issue of hunger goes beyond lack of food and nutrition. People who live below the poverty line may not have enough to cover their basic needs. It is an experience that affects one’s humanity, self-confidence, and trust in society. While it shatters adults, it is even more disheartening to see children going hungry in …

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Traveling for Volunteer Work: One of the Most Transformative Student Experiences

Traveling for volunteer work is one of the best educational experiences that a student can have. As a volunteer, a student can see and make a positive impact on the world. While it is true that it is more attractive to backpack across Asia to surf its beaches; or ride a train around Europe; and …

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