Eldercare in Public Health Law
Many laws, policies, and initiatives in public health are developed to try to create more equity in access to healthcare or to decrease the disparities that some people experience. It is difficult to determine when one population has received sufficient attention and another population should replace them at the forefront of advocacy and/or attention. Did you know that today we have more parents to care for than children? Eldercare has replaced childcare as a leading healthcare issue.For this assignment, do the following:Choose and view ONE 30-minute video in the And Thou Shalt Honor series from the list below.And Thou Shalt Honor: Beloved StrangersAnd Thou Shalt Honor: The Green House ProjectAnd Thou Shalt Honor: Caring for the CaregiverAnd Thou Shalt Honor: Spiritual CaregivingAnd Thou Shalt Honor: Separated by Time and DistanceAnd Thou Shalt Honor: The Aging GameAnd Thou Shalt Honor: Voices from the TrenchesAnd Thou Shalt Honor: In Sickness and In HealthAnd Thou Shalt Honor: Getting Around – Alternatives for Seniors Who No Longer DriveDevelop a policy related to the public health of the elderly in the United States.Compare the strategies used in the United States to address our increasing elderly population with that of another Country of your choosing. Critique some of the public health policies that have been developed in that country and how are they are working.You assignment should be a 2-3 page assessment (not including the cover or reference page) that utilizes proper APA format and includes at least 3 scholarly resources.