Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Alberta Education Alberta Beef The Seal Of The Great Province Of Alberta The Wildrose The Snowy Owl

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin.
#203, 8912-156 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5R 5Z2

January XIIth, MMX

Hon. David G. Hancock, QC, MLA
Minister of Education,
Progressive Conservative, Edmonton-Whitemud

Dear David:

Excellent performance under pressure last night at the health symposium. Great job under pressure, despite not being the Minister of Health, as an ex Health Minister & the area MLA, you handled yourself with dignity & grace, especially with your jetlag in returning from England. Thank you so much for chatting with me about my health related inquiry as I went last night to strictly see where neurological orders can be addressed. Furthermore, I went to see if there were educational opportunities to learn & understand about Autism Spectrum disorders & if that information can be taught to schoolchildren in assembly's.

I do not know how the information regarding homecare & senior's assisted living facilities could be adapted. But, I feel that outside, neutral personages who have no say in the outcome for Alberta's health future be brought in & trained about the new health standards for our seniors and disabled. I then feel that they should go out & adapt those ideas for teaching in assembly's and even classrooms.

If the students of all ages of today are not taught the proper care for the disabled, sick, intransigent, elderly & dying; how will they as human beings learn to respect & love their elders in their immediate family? We need the students to be educated that Home & Hospice Care have to be at the best of the best in terms of standards, not what Stephen Duckett is doing to seniors services. Frankly, this borders on criminality, if not that, its at least very unethical & underhanded!

Conversely, seniors should be trained to know that they can count on young folks & middle age folks; as well as other seniors for help. Seniors are fantastic people, perhaps joint Community Health courses such as those offered in High School could be offfered at a discount rate to them & their families.

Lets make Alberta great again. Lets educate our entire population that we need 24/7/365 free & clear public healthcare for all. Its the only way that seniors & more importantly the seniors of the future will be happy, healthy, productive & intelligent members of our society in the future!

Where's The Beef,


Source: Alberta Beef Magazine.

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