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LT-1750.0500 AIDS/HIV Clinics Programs that provide comprehensive medical services on an inpatient or outpatient basis for people who have symptomatic or asymptomatic HIV infections or a clinical AIDS diagnosis. An HIV diagnosis follows a reactive test for the HIV virus; however, a diagnosis of AIDS is given by a physician only if an individual's CD4 cell count is below 200 or if the individual develops certain opportunistic infections. Given that effective treatment is available for individuals who have been diagnosed with HIV, it is likely that someone who is adherent to treatment will never receive an AIDS diagnosis. CHANGE 01/18/22
NL-1000.2000 First Nations Social Assistance Programs Financial assistance programs administered by Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) that help First Nations individuals and families living on reserves meet their basic need for food, clothing and shelter. ISC also funds special needs allowances for goods and services (such as basic furniture or costs associated with following a physician-recommended diet) which are essential to the physical or social well-being of an eligible recipient but are not included in the list of items covered by the basic need grant. ISC provides funding to First Nations who deliver the programs and services to their people. CHANGE 01/18/22
BD-2400.6000 Northern Food Access Programs Programs that improve access to perishable nutritious food such as vegetables, fruit, bread, meat and milk by Canadians living in remote Northern regions, particularly those in indigenous communities. The federal government's Nutrition North Canada program provides subsidies to retailers serving eligible communities, with retailers expected to pass on savings to consumers by reducing prices. Retailers must apply, meet the program's requirements and enter into agreements with Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC). Foods of little nutritional value, such as pop and chips, are not subsidized. The program is available in Newfoundland and Labrador, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon. CHANGE 01/18/22
YF-6000.8000-600 Neurosurgery Patients U.S. DEFINITION: Individuals who are in the process of deciding whether to have neurosurgery, who are scheduled for neurosurgery, or who have gone through neurosurgery and are currently in the process of recovery. Patients may require neurosurgery to diagnose or treat nervous system injuries, diseases or disorders which affect the brain, spinal cord and spinal column and peripheral nerves in all parts of the body. Conditions that may require surgery include epilepsy, tremor and movement disorders, stroke-related conditions, trauma to the brain and spine, aneurysms, low back pain, chronic pain, blocked arteries, birth defects, tumors in the brain and spinal cord, and peripheral nerve issues. The specialty of neurosurgical care includes both adult and pediatric patients. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Individuals who are in the process of deciding whether to have neurosurgery, who are scheduled for neurosurgery, or who have gone through neurosurgery and are currently in the process of recovery. Patients may require neurosurgery to diagnose or treat nervous system injuries, diseases or disorders which affect the brain, spinal cord and spinal column and peripheral nerves in all parts of the body. Conditions that may require surgery include epilepsy, tremor and movement disorders, stroke-related conditions, trauma to the brain and spine, aneurysms, low back pain, chronic pain, blocked arteries, birth defects, tumours in the brain and spinal cord, and peripheral nerve issues. The specialty of neurosurgical care includes both adult and pediatric patients. = Brain Surgery Patients NEW 01/13/22
JP-6500.2000 Environmental Hazards Reporting Programs that provide a hotline, website or other mechanisms that people who are involved in or witness to an environmental emergency can use to file a report with the proper authorities. An environmental emergency is a situation that poses an immediate threat to public health or the environment resulting from the release or potential release of oil, hazardous chemicals or radioactive materials into the air, land or water. Environmental emergencies may include: oil or chemical spills onto soil or into surface water, groundwater, or storm drains and sanitary sewers; leaking or reacting drums of known or unknown chemical or hazardous waste; leaking underground storage tanks; fires involving tires, PCBs, pesticides or other chemicals; accidents involving the transportation of chemicals, oil or other petroleum products; improper disposal or handling of asbestos, and biomedical, radioactive or hazardous waste; and mercury spills. NOTE: Adds "website" to the list of mechanisms in the first sentence. CHANGE 01/11/22
TE-1000.0700-180 Building Code Violations Reporting Programs that provide a hotline, website or other mechanisms that the public can use to report information about buildings, swimming pools, fences, walls or other structures that are believed to be in violation of building or housing codes or related local ordinances. Building codes set requirements for sanitary facilities, electrical, lighting, ventilation, building construction, building materials, fire safety, plumbing and energy conservation as well as standards for swimming pools, swimming pool enclosures, fences, walls, retaining walls and other structures. NOTE: Adds "website" to the list of mechanisms in the first sentence. CHANGE 01/11/22
YF-3000.7210 Rett Syndrome A neurodevelopmental disorder that affects girls almost exclusively. It is typically seen in youngsters age six to 18 months and is characterized by normal early growth and development followed by a slowing of development, deceleration of head growth, deterioration of higher brain functions leading to profound intellectual disability or severe developmental delay and loss of purposeful use of the hands which is replaced by a constant hand washing movement in front of the face or chest. The inability to perform motor functions is perhaps the most severely disabling feature of Rett syndrome, interfering with every body movement, including eye gaze and speech. The course of Rett syndrome, including the age of onset and the severity of symptoms, varies from child to child. Nearly all cases are caused by a mutation in the MECP2 gene; and although Rett syndrome is a genetic disorder, most cases are spontaneous meaning that the mutation occurs randomly. Less than 1 percent of recorded cases are inherited or passed from one generation to the next. However, in some families of individuals affected by Rett syndrome, there are other female family members ("asymptomatic carriers") who have a mutation of their MECP2 gene but do not show clinical symptoms. CHANGE 01/11/22
LH-3000.0500 Ambulance Services Insurance Protection Insurance companies and other providers that issue policies which cover the cost of ground ambulance transportation when the individual needs to be transported to a hospital, critical access hospital, or skilled nursing facility for medically necessary services, and transportation in any other vehicle could endanger their health. Some policies may cover air ambulance transportation utilizing helicopters or fixed wing aircraft to airlift acutely ill or injured individuals from areas that are inaccessible to health care facilities for treatment, or from one health care facility to another for specialized care. See also Air Ambulance Services (LD-1500.0500) and Ambulance Services (LD1500.0600). NEW 01/07/22
PH-1400.4450 Lifelike Robotic Pet Distribution Programs U.S. DEFINITION: Programs that provide robotic pets (usually cats and dogs) that look very much like the live animals for older adults and others who have a low level of contact and interaction with family, friends, neighbors, the broader community and other sources of social support and may be experiencing loneliness. Social isolation may be due to a number of factors including age, loss of a spouse, living alone, death of family members or friends, retirement, disabilities, poor health, transportation issues, place of residence, low self-esteem or poverty. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Programs that provide robotic pets (usually cats and dogs) that look very much like the live animals for older adults and others who have a low level of contact and interaction with family, friends, neighbours, the broader community and other sources of social support and may be experiencing loneliness. Social isolation may be due to a number of factors including age, loss of a spouse, living alone, death of family members or friends, retirement, disabilities, poor health, transportation issues, place of residence, low self-esteem or poverty. = Lifelike Robotic Pet Provision Programs = Lifelike Robotic Pets NEW 01/06/22
PH-2950.6500-180 Passover Food Baskets Programs, generally supported by donations from the community, that facilitate enjoyment of the Passover holiday by low-income community residents by distributing food baskets which contain charoses, matzoh and other kosher holiday foods and/or the fixings for kosher meals to help Jewish residents celebrate and enjoy Passover. NEW 12/30/21

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