Sunday, April 16, 2017

Calgary Herald Yesterday at 10:14pm · In the 2017-20 Health ministry business plan released with the provincial budget, the government says that in many families women have not only their own complex health needs to consider but are also responsible for the health and wellness of their partners, children and parents.------Julie Ali Maybe fund the continuing care system adequately so that women aren't run off their feet checking on family members in the system. Maybe have sufficient staff: resident ratios. Maybe have staff at the facilities who are trained. Heck may be have some oversight of the continuing care system so that we don't have to be the folks who find non-compliances and do the jobs that Alberta Health and AHS are supposed to be doing. Basically if the system worked, we would not be burnt out.--




#GOASPIN--it's astonishing the amount of spin generated by Alberta Health. They are now considering the complex health needs of women who are stuck doing the work of caring for other family members as a consequence of the system being broken. No mention is made of overworked men. Or of how-if the system worked neither the men or the women would be as overwhelmed by the challenges of the finding services and supports for family members.
The Hoffman is again at the front of the line to proclaim her good works and where is the subordinate health representative? The Brandy Payne woman is never at the good news sessions and is only pulled out to deliver the bad news that the Hoffman doesn't want to associate herself with being as she is the next contender to the NDP crown. What crown will there be though when we turf out this sorry crew in the next election?
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In the 2017-20 Health ministry business plan released with the provincial budget, the government says that in many families women have not only their own complex health needs to consider but are also responsible for the health and wellness of their partners, children and parents.

Alberta's NDP government is calling for a new "targeted approach" to women's health but details of what that will mean are sketchy.
CALGARYHERALD.COM

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Julie Ali Maybe fund the continuing care system adequately so that women aren't run off their feet checking on family members in the system. Maybe have sufficient staff: resident ratios. Maybe have staff at the facilities who are trained. Heck may be have some oversight of the continuing care system so that we don't have to be the folks who find non-compliances and do the jobs that Alberta Health and AHS are supposed to be doing. Basically if the system worked, we would not be burnt out.
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Eddie Kiffiak Ridiculous. Should be health care for everyone, not just women.
Neil Halland All lives matter right Eddie?? Dipshit. Get a clue.
Eddie Kiffiak Neil Halland you're dumber than i imagined. So your all for women health and not mens? What are you, some kind of idiot?
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Julie Ali Neil Halland I think that Eddie is correct. Why are you calling him names? The Hoffman should be concerned about the health of all citizens--men and women.
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Jeanne Lauck Women have a tendency to "mother" every one in their family..it's just how some of us are...
Julie Ali Some of us don't have much choice. It's a question of problems in the care in the system. It's troubling but the continuing care system is not adequately funded and staff: resident ratios are poor. Folks won't know until they actually enter the system.
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