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Jaking healthcare to those most A MOBILE HEALTH CLINICS PROGRAMME IN THE WESTERN CAPE PROVIDES A SMART SOLUTION TO ENSURING BASIC HEALTHCARE IS MADE ACCESSIBLE TO ALL SCHOOL CHILDREN ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO DON'T HAVE EASY ACCESS By Pippa Naudé ccording to the Western Cape Health Foundation's 2015 statistics, 30% of school learners living in rural areas in the Western Cape need spectacles and 75% need dental care. These, and countless other basic health concerns, can easily go undiagnosed and untreated. This is due to a lack of access to healthcare services in these areas You might not think this is a big problem, but consider a common scenario without normal screening tests, a learner with poor eyesight could be unaware they have a problem. If they do suspect something is wrong, their parents might not be able to afford the cost and time off from work to help them seek healthcare in a nearby town. Instead it's likely they will struggle through their entire school education undiagnosed. And yet, with an early intervention and something as simple and inexpensive as a pai of spectacles, their educational and future opportunities open up ELLNESS A recognition of the relationship between health and learning saw the Western Cape Government Departments of Education and Health form a partnership From this, the Wellness Mobiles initiative was conceived and then launched in the Western Cape in September 2014. Now in its fourth year, the programme is proving to be an effective response to the problem of a lack of access to healthcare especially in remote areas complicated cases where immediate treatment is not possible, a referral is given to the learner's local clinic The Wellness Mobiles work on a simple premise. Buses are retro-fitted to provide a nurse, an optometrist and a dentist with their own fully-equipped consulting and assessment rooms to work from. Not only is screening performed, but when a problem is identified, a treatment is provided immediately. In more serious or For example, a fully automated optometric machine can complete an eye exam in 20 seconds. It can transmit the readings of a child's visual status electronically to a lab that manufactures their spectacles. The spectacles can be made and delivered to that child in the next few weeks Effective technologies like this make sure the children are given a thorough, accurate check-up, quickly This means as many as 40-45 childrer can receive healthcare each day, from one unit. This also means as many as 40-45 children's lives are improving almost daily ELLNESS Health +Buddy The Dis-Chem Foundation was the first sponsor to support this project, and is proud to continue its support today. This is done in the form of vital 48 BENEFITS

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