Janatabad Center of HAMI has continued its activities in November due to COVID situation. in this regard HAMI centers tried to support vulnerable students during school days .
for improving health education HAMI center of Janatabad held a training course so our students and teacher can play their important role in the coumunity.
Health education course
Health education refers to the process of empowering students with knowledge about their health and the proactive steps they can take to alter their lifestyle in order to stay healthy and prevent disease. We’re going to focus on what roles health education teachers and students play in their communities
The obvious roles health education teachers play in the community are those that are entrenched within a school setting. They may be teaching a classroom about topics related to proper nutrition, safe sex, or exercise; or they may be available as a counselor one on one for students to ask private or specific questions.
In the school setting, the teachers are responsible for empowering students with knowledge based on objective evidence. Students need to know that the information they are being presented isn’t some wishy-washy thing they can disregard but rather represents the reality of, say, the long-term consequences of an inactive lifestyle, which can include heart disease. Health education teachers must also test their students’ knowledge with quizzes, tests, and assignments to ensure that critical points are retained.
Additionally, health education teachers, be they within a school or a community center, can lead discussions among their students (be they children or adults) on the latest and most pressing issues within their community and the nation as a whole. For example, such teachers can hold a meeting within the community about childhood obesity and what can be done within schools, at home, or even on public land, such as the creation of an increased number of playgrounds where children can exercise.
Child counseling is a type of therapy that focuses on young children, teens, and adolescents with one or more mental illnesses. It also provides aid to youths, who have experienced trauma, and/or who are experiencing a dysfunctional or stressful home environment.
during of our counselling sessions for our student HAMI can find Many of the issues these children face mimic the issues adults face in their day-to-day lives. Some of these common issues include anxiety, depression, and grief. The goal of child counseling, however, is to break down problems into manageable parts, so children can better understand and cope with them.