Read the article below at the end of the chapter on Social Capital in your textbook:
Shan, H., Muhajarine, N., Loptson, K., & Jeffery, B. (2012). Building social capital as a pathway to success: Community development practices of an early childhood intervention program in Canada. Health Promotion International, 29(2), 244–255. doi: 10.1093/heapro/das063.
Based on the information in the article answer the following questions:
1- In what ways did the KidsFirst program support development of bridging social capital for the families?
2- In what ways would bridging relationships contribute to the health of the children?