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BRIDGING The Gap Between Mental Health and The Education System
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HCM 320: Final Presentation PROFESSOR: Amber Foster December 17, 2017 Angela Worthington “Improving Access to Children’s Mental Health Care.”
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Topics of Discussion The issue at hand The economic struggle Policies Benefits and consequences impacts
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The Issue at Hand Access to adequate mental health services Bridging the Gap between Mental Health and Education System
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Economic Struggles Workforce deficiencies in a few groups and travel times in rural areas and outskirts zones confine access to exceptionally prepared psychological well-being experts. Underfunding has restricted limit of children’s psychological well-being administrations across the country, The many-sided quality of kids emotional well-being conveyance frameworks and financing streams hampers development and expansion of services. Macroeconomics
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The Economic Struggle Microeconomics Locally-controlled school policies and priorities may complicate implementation of state funded school- located child mental and behavioral health programs. Lack of teacher accreditation and mental health training, depending on the state, the authority of state officials to mandate policies for individual school districts vary by both law and tradition.
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