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Yukon Chronic Disease and Disability Benefits Program

jessievenegas Jessie Venegas — 26/02/2009

Yukon Health and Social Services

The Chronic Disease and Disability Benefits Program provides benefits for Yukon residents who have a chronic disease or a serious functional disability. A chronic disease is defined as a health condition or disease marked by a long duration or frequent recurrence. A disability is defined as a serious functional impairment and includes partial and complete paralysis, amputation, brain damage and intellectual disabilities. It does not include sensory impairment such as poor vision or hearing deficits, except significant hearing loss in children under 16 years of age.

Diabetes, Heart failure, Oncological diseases, Dementia, COPD, Asthma, Cerebro-vascular disease, AIDS, Rheumatic disease and osteoarticular, Advanced chronic kidney disease, Fragility, pluripathology/polipathology and/or complex chronic diseases, All, Rare Diseases, Mental illness, Other, Vasculitis and Systemic autoimmune diseases, Hip Fracture, Hepatitis C, Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Goals Prevention:
Creates healthy environments , Promotes adecuate understanding levels on the community about the importance of prevention
Goals Detection:
Provides registries and patients contact systems
Goals Treatment:
Promotes the appropriate use of medicines , It facilitates the management by processes , Emphasizes the care of pluri-pathological and fragile patients , Promotes electronic health information systems to improve the quality of care
Goals self-management:
Promotes patient involvement in planning services , Improving support services with an emphasis on peer support, the disabled and carers







204 Lambert St
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Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Organization



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Maria Eugenia Velez · 18/02/2014 17:38

 En Colombia,donde puedo adquirir mas información , tengo un problema de anzahimer en mi familia , paciente de edad  78 hace