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Copyright remains with Indigenous Peoples and original authors, actors and reporters, and NOT with HCSRRD.  Used here as appropriate Indeginous Health as Best Best Practice and in support of Shared Partnership Education.  Denise Bingley RN BNSC, BNSc (Hons), MNSc (Advanced Practice)
Overcrowding in Remote area housing

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Overcrowding
Overcrowding is clearly identified as unhealthy living due to the close relationships and inter-relationships.  The sharing of disease between those in cramped living conditions can significantly affect ongoing chronicity.  Examples include respiratory disease spread by droplet, coughing, sneezing, and sharing of toys and equipment.  Scabies and other skin conditions, ear infections, and STDs are also potential infections with ongoing consequences.
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Mental Health conditions, violence and agression  result from close living conditions along with poor hygeine and sleep deprevation.
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Community Controlled Housing is accessible in accordance with availability, priority, emergency and need.  There is usually a waiting list for housing and accommodation, that is managed within a triage system based upon urgency. This is called a priority list.  You need to ask where your request for housing is with regard to your housing requirements

Housing within communities is determined upon community numbers and need with Department of Housing (Government) and Community specific funded houses, units, or accommodation availability
Your eligibility and housing requirements relate to the number of bedrooms you require to ppropriately and safely house your family members. Houses are usually 3 or 4 bedrooms, with units having 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms.
Overcrowding  Impact on Health and Well-being
Remote area community housing
Denise Bingley BNSc: BNSc(Hon.): MNSc(advanced practice)
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Copyright remains with Indigenous Peoples and original authors, actors and reporters, and NOT with HCSRRD.  Used here as appropriate Indeginous Health as Best Best Practice and in support of Shared Partnership Education.  Denise Bingley RN BNSC, BNSc (Hons), MNSc (Advanced Practice)