1. Digital Story by Kathleen, created in AZ TTT Sept 2013

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  2. Liliana cuenta su encuentro fortuito con Juan, un antiguo trabajador de las tierras de Arizona y miembro de una familia campesina. Nos cuenta cómo las dificultades económicas de Juan le han privado de atención médica, aún padeciendo diabetes y perdiendo progresivamente la visión.

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  3. Alicia shares an experience that showed her the importance of the work done by Community Health Workers like herself in AZ. Created in a Creative Narrations digital storytelling workshop for REACH grantees, 2013.
    Spanish with English subtitles.

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  4. Alicia nos habla sobre los peligros de la falta de información y apoyo en los enfermos de diabetes a través de una anécdota. Como promotora de salud, Alicia conoció a el Sr. Ramos, un hombre que se lastimó con un clavo la planta del pie y no se dió cuenta por falta de sensibilidad, causada por la diabetes.

    Alicia's digital story was created in the REACH AZ TTT Sept 19-22, 2013

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  5. María nos cuenta cómo comenzó su proyecto para la prevención del tabaco con un grupo de jóvenes de Arizona. Su objetivo es realizar cambios en la comunidad en la lucha contra este mal hábito para evitar que cause daño a las familias, como le pasó a ella.

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REACH Su Comunidad is a Consortium of four partner organizations: Hidalgo Medical Services Center for Health Innovation; Northwest Regional Primary Care Association; Center of Excellence in Women’s Health, University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman…


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REACH Su Comunidad is a Consortium of four partner organizations: Hidalgo Medical Services Center for Health Innovation; Northwest Regional Primary Care Association; Center of Excellence in Women’s Health, University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health; and University of Texas, Health Science Center at Houston on behalf of the School of Public Health El Paso Regional Campus. The Consortium receives REACH funding from the Centers for Disease Control Prevention to support ten communities to address health equity in healthy food access and physical activity opportunities for Hispanic/Latino populations.
Made possible with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The views expressed in these digital stories do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the CDC or imply endorsement by the US Government.

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