A household comprised of young family and a new baby born is exposed to certain difficulties. Besides the family being a young one, there could be a problem of the level of income. Some of these difficulties include environmental problems that may lead to health problems. These risks factors occur in a series. The family may not be able to cater for the child’s health requirements. Owing to the fact that the environment they live in is not as safe as required, the family is exposed to environmental hazards. To cater for these difficulties, there is need for an installed health unit in the community that supports low income earners (Ramachandran. Besides that, there should also be installments of policies within the community to enhance safe environment to cater for better heath care to such families.
Marginalization is the process by which an individual or group of persons is taken to the edge of the society or is made marginal. Marginalization could be as a result of race difference, difference in level of income or even economic performance. These situations require urgent addressing. The most effective way of minimizing marginalization is creating public services that do not differentiate people with reference to their classes. This will enable the community to reduce marginalization.
There is usually an effect, to a large extent where beliefs of an individual affects the learning experience. A member of staff can have a different perspective driven by his or she believes that can hinder effective leaning. The information they pass may be personal and hence reflecting tailored information rather than the genuine one.
Ramachandran, G. (2011). Assessing nanoparticle risks to human health. Waltham, MA: William Andrew.