Generally speaking, design is not a top priority for organizations providing social services. In fact, it’s probably not on the priority list at all. Why would it be? We’re in the business of helping people, not providing visual effects. Or at least that’s how I imagine the argument playing out.
I wanted to provide answers to common questions about the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), which can play an important role in the lives of many of our neighbors, cleints, friends and family who have a relationship with the military.
The more we all understand this vital agency, the better chance we have of using that information to benefit those we care about.
Roberto in our office came across this great resource:
Migrant and seasonal farm workers (MSFWs) who pick the apples, cherries, pears and other foodstuffs usually qualified for health services base on the move from county to county or school district to school district.
Correction: This post was originally published with a misleading title. I have corrected it and apologize for the confusion.
Yesterday was the 25th Annual American Diabetes Association Alert Day®:
Did you know 25 percent of Americans who have type 2 diabetes don’t even know they have it? Are you one of them? Today people from around the country will take a simple test that can change their lives. We’re calling on you to Take it. Share it.