Community Care

Community Care refers to the provision of health, social, and emotional support services within a local setting. It emphasizes the importance of a collaborative approach to enhance the well-being of individuals and families, often focusing on the elderly, disabled, and those with chronic illnesses.

The impact of staying connected with a supportive community.

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In a world where individualism often takes center stage, the value of a supportive community can sometimes be overlooked. Yet, the impact of staying connected with such a community is profound, influencing not only our mental and emotional well-being but also our physical health. As humans, we are inherently social creatures, and the bonds we

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Social support

Introduction Humans are inherently social creatures. We thrive on interaction, connection, and mutual aid. This is where the concept of social support comes into play. Social support refers to the various types of assistance and comfort that individuals receive from others. It is a multifaceted construct, encompassing emotional, informational, and instrumental support. Why is social

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