It's going to help a lot.
As Charlene said, she gets blamed because she's Métis. I mentioned my 16-year-old daughter, who has status as well. There's a pediatrician in town she will not speak to because when she mentioned that she works out, the physician said, “Why do you work out? You're tall and slim. What do you have to do to work out?” She also has ADHD, and she said, “Well, I do it to stay healthy. I have ADHD, and this helps. I'm at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.” He looked her up and down and asked why she would say a thing like that. Well, it's on both sides of her family. She has that genetic disposition, and it's likely going to affect her. The 360° plan would help my daughter in the future.
Prevention of limb.... As I said, it's huge in northwestern Ontario, especially in Thunder Bay, and I am very afraid of it.
Yes, the plan is still high level, but I think it's going to help us slowly get down to those root issues.