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Women be Healthy

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Contact Information
Pam Dickens
pam_dickens@unc.edu
Phone: 919-966-0871
 
Ordering Information
The facilitator's guide is free to North Carolina residents, one free copy can be provided to those from out of state, but after this each additional copy requested costs $3.
 
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Women be Healthy

Hard Copy: Trainer's Guide or Manual
Electronic:

North Carolina partners at Div. of Public Health & FPG Child Development Center, UNC
The North Carolina Office on Disability & Health
Publication Date: 2001

Direct Support Professionals, Professionals, Health Care Professionals

22-64, 65+

Goal-setting, Self-regulation, Self-management, Problem Solving, Coping, Self-sufficiency, Personal Responsibility, Decision-making, Self-advocacy

Educates Others About SD , Promotes Choice-making

Education and Lifelong Learning, Health and Safety

Women be Healthy can be used to enable women with developmental and intellectual disabilities to be more active participants in health care. The curriculum emphasis is on health education, relaxation techniques for health exams, and assertiveness and empowerment training.

How product was implemented

Professional staff, health care professionals

Facilitators/Trainers

The extent to which the product has been used

Webpage dissemination.

Please address the extent to which the product or approach has been evaluated

No