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eCALD Newsletter 17: April 2017

Wednesday, April 12, 2017   Posted in: Resources and Information By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, migrants, resources, research

Kia ora and welcome to our 17th edition.

eCALD® Research Commentary (4th Edition)

This 4th edition focuses on refugee youth and mental health issues. Refugee children and young people are at increased risk of psychological and emotional stress and distress due to pre-migration experiences of trauma, violence and multiple loss and post migration re-settlement stressors.

The research reviewed highlights the risk for refugee youth of developing mental health disorders. Co-morbid disorders, such as depression and anxiety are common in this population.

Read the April 2017 eCALD® Research Commentary.

eCALD® Research Commentary (5th Edition)

This 5th edition focuses on the Health of Older Asian people. Census 2013 shows significant growth in the Asian population for over 75 years age group compared to Census 2006. There are many cultural reasons that may prevent families from seeking support for older family members.

In collective cultures, it is important for elders to be looked after by their own family. Cultural factors may delay families from seeking support, leading to increased stress for both the carers and the older person. Language barriers are significant for non-English speaking older people.

Read the April 2017 eCALD® Research Commentary.

Autism Translated Resources

Check out the range of Autism related fact sheets or resources useful for parents translated in Arabic, Bosnian, Burmese, Chinese, Farsi, French, Japanese, Korean, Nepali, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Thai, Vietnamese and other languages.

Translated Resources about Medications

Check out the range of translated resources that are freely available for use by pharmacists or general practitioners to give to their patients.

Asian Health Review Issue 18

This edition focuses on Diabetes in the Asian sub-groups.

Diabetes rates have been increasing in all ethnic groups in New Zealand since 2005 with the Indian ethnic group having highest rate of diabetes (11%) followed by Pacific peoples (9.6%), Maori (6.15) and other European/Other (5.1%). Ministry of Health (2014).

Chinese Families Autism Support Group Meeting in Auckland

Disability Connect is pleased to announce the Chinese Families Autism Support group meeting on Tuesday 18th April 2017.

The topic of this meeting will be on living options. All Chinese and Asian families raising a child with autism or other disability are welcome to this meeting. Please inform as many parents as possible about this meeting.

Find out more about this Chinese Families Autism Support group meeting.

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CALD refers to culturally and linguistically diverse groups who are migrants and refugees from Asian, Middle Eastern, Latin American and African (MELAA) backgrounds.

This eCALD Newsletter is produced by the eCALD Service at the Waitemata DHB.

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