Teens participate in socio-educational seminarThe seminar will be held on 11 from December.
Adolescents in compliance with socio-educational measures will participate in the First Integration Seminar organized by the Socio-Educational System Municipal Health (Sems) in partnership with state departments of Justice and Citizenship (Sejusc), of Education (Seduc) and Health (Sesame). The seminar will be held on 11 from December, University Paulista (Unip), from 8h to 14h.
The idea is to get adolescents the opportunity to plan your life plan. "The seminar will provide a favorable environment for the adolecente reflect on his life and is recognized as the author of your own story. And in the process, can glimpse the possibility of making different choices ", said the municipal secretary of Health, Homero Miranda Lion.
With the theme "The adolescent offender as the protagonist of his own story", the seminar will be directed to 50 teenagers, 10 of each of the five centers Socioeducativos, linked to Sejusc, as well as family and caregivers. "The idea is to encourage the involvement of young people, involving family and responsible in building a life project for each adolescent ", reinforces the responsibility of Health technical Adolescents of Semsa, Ana Cristina Dias Cruz.
currently, the five centers socio – Inpatient Unit Provisional; Centre Socio Marise Mendes; Socio-Educational Center Raimundo Parente; Centre Socio Dagmar Feitosa; Free range and Socio Center – house 97 teenagers.
In February this year, the city of Manaus was enabled by the Ministry of Health to meet the Integral Care for Adolescent Health in Conflict with the Law. The MS also ordered the establishment of the Intersectoral Working Group (GTI) to enable activities related to adolescent health developed in youth centers.
"The Semsa already running primary care actions for adolescents in conflict with the law from 2009, through the Family Health Teams, focusing on adolescent Integral Health. This includes medical and dental appointments, referral to specialists, Health education and the other services offered in the Basic Health Units ", Ana Cristina highlights.