– Empowerment for Rose so that she can actively participate in managing her lifestyle (for example, avoiding unhealthy eating habits). This also includes building an environment that is supportive of the adoption of a healthy lifestyle (e.g. supporting the establishment of intergenerational living labs; anti-obesity policies; healthy living advocacy in schools and institutions; support for Rose for when she is feeling anxious or frustrated, etc.).
– Access to extracurricular activities (cooking, media and education, technology and science labs, etc.) to address the risk of Rose becoming increasingly alienated in school.
– Social support for Rose’s parents so that they can build a stronger relationship with Rose and together with Rose, be actively involved in the management of her health and wellbeing.