Cultural safety moves towards creating space for the beliefs, behaviours, practices, and experiences that impact Indigenous people. This approach promotes an understanding of the ways that historical and social contexts combine with power imbalances and the way that this shapes the well-being and healthcare experiences of Indigenous people. The goals of a cultural safety approach are to eradicate racism and discrimination to create healthcare environments where people feel safe.
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Assisting with mealtime can have a profound impact on an individual’s quality of life. When someone receives quality assistance with their meals it can help them improve and maintain their nutrient intake, overall health, and, most importantly, their emotional well-being.
Students explore the impact of farming on mental health. Students learn about resources, supports, and organizations that support mental wellness. The symptoms and signs of mental wellness are also examined. Students assess their mental wellness and create an action plan for self-care.
In recent years, discussions on accessibility, equity, diversity, inclusion, and Indigenization (EDII) have taken shape in every industry, in private households, and among social communities. But what do these terms mean, why are they important in healthcare, and what can we do about it.