USC8.3

Catholic Faith Permeation for this outcome:
  • As a Catholic community what is our responsibility as a support to those suffering from HIV/AIDS?
  • Celebrating the sacrament of Anointing the Sick (compassion, counseling and forgiveness) Catechism of Catholic Church #1529
  • Examine the role of chastity as taught by the Catholic church as a positive way to prevention of HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.
  • To support this:
    • AIDS: A Catholic Educational Approach to HIV: Ontario Catholic Schools, 2nd Edition Teacher's Manual, pages 105-118.
http://www.occb.on.ca/ice/default.cfm?category=57
This program connects with the religious program Stand By Me and The Fully Alive Program.

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USC8.3 a. Locate and evaluate, according to student-generated criteria, both sources of and information about the supports needed/wanted by individuals, families, and communities infected with/affected by non-curable infections/diseases (including HIV and Hepatitis C).

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USC8.3 b. Describe the effects of non-curable infections/diseases, including HIV and Hepatitis on families and communities.

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USC8.3 c. Explore the consequences of having/not having supports (both formal and informal) for self, family, and community.

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USC8.3 d. Recognize that some non-curable infections, including HIV, are linked to risky behaviours and not to particular groups of people, and use this knowledge to determine when people should be tested for HIV.

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USC8.3 e. Explore the recommended follow-up procedures and supports for those who test positive for the HIV virus.

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USC8.3 f. Describe how misinformation and/or lack of understanding may influence the kinds of supports available to people infected with/affected by non-curable infections.

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USC8.3 g. Investigate and critique the kinds of supports needed to mitigate some of the behaviours associated with acquiring non-curable infections/diseases (e.g., needle exchanges, safer sex practices).

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USC8.3 h. Examine the types of informal and formal community supports available for people infected and/or affected by non-curable infections/diseases, including HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.

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USC8.3 i. Investigate sources of and information about testing for HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.

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USC8.3 j. Consider the impact that education has on the kinds of supports available in communities for people infected with/affected by non-curable infections.

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USC8.3 k. Discuss HIV testing as a support service.

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