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À l'aide de la famille et les ressources communautaires

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    Zeeshan J.
    AU
    Zeeshan J.

    to maximise developement Using family and community resources to maximise development Resource use changes throughout the lifespan as a result of changes in circumstances, reassessment of value ranking, goals and most importantly, resource availability. For this reason, resource management [1] needs to occur. For example, studies have shown that children are at their most costly during adolescence and least costly as 2 to 4 year olds. The allocation of the family resource of money will therefore need to alter as children get older. Throughout the lifespan, resource availability changes can be viewed as remaining in a balance. That is, when one resource is gained, one is often lost. For example, if a person decides to change from full to part-time work, they gain time, but lose income

    Emmanuel F.
    SL
    Emmanuel F.

    It maximize development.

    Montinique H.
    US
    Montinique H.

    using family and community resources can change throughout the lifespan as a child grows older. resources have show that children are most costly at the adolescence age. throughout life resources can change.

    Onyekachi Sylvester E.
    NG
    Onyekachi Sylvester E.

    Using family and community resources, when one resource is gained, one is often lost. For example, if a person decides to change from full to part-time work, they gain time, but lose income.

    Kassech M.
    AU
    Kassech M.

    How community resources affect health and development of family?

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