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Financial Capability Training - Shared screen
cierra.wheeler
51:35
My mic doesn't work, sorry. My name is Cierra Wheeler. I'm a housing case manager with OHCC. 1st memory about money is like someone said before, going into the coin jar at home for snack money to take to school, at that point we didn't know that money didn't grow on trees lol it seemed so easily accessible, but as we got older and gained money on our own, we learned pretty quickly. I expect to learn more info of financial resources which I can pass on to my clients to better their income situations.
Melissa Urch
56:41
Hello! I'm so sorry, the desktop I'm on at work doesn't have a camera or microphone! My name is Melissa and I'm the Supervising Counselor at WCRC in Baton Rouge, LA. First memory of money is when I was in elementary school; my Papaw would give me $20 for every A that I got on my report card. I remember always being very excited because I always got A's. I'm looking forward to learning how to have these important conversations with my clients! Thanks for providing this training.
MetroHealth
57:35
My computer doesn't have a mic or camera. My name is Venise Parker. I'm a Supportive Service Coordinator at Metro Health. We assist PLWHA get into housing. My first memory with money is the tooth fairy. I lost a tooth and I received a dollar. Also my grandmother having a old Kentwood water jug full of coins. I hope to gain knowledge on how to help those on a fix income to save.
cierra.wheeler
01:03:36
Trave
cierra.wheeler
01:03:41
Travel*
Nicole Poiencot
01:03:55
medicine/copays
Rosalyn Davis
01:04:31
Sporting Events
Nicole Poiencot
01:26:35
yes
MetroHealth
01:26:43
yes
carla ennis
01:26:44
yes
Nicole Poiencot
01:33:33
NO
Nicole Poiencot
01:41:59
yes
Meredith Beauregard
01:41:59
yes
cierra.wheeler
01:42:10
yes
MetroHealth
01:42:13
yes
Melissa Urch
01:42:16
Yes!
PVets
01:42:22
no
Nicole Poiencot
01:44:05
Thank you for the housing website. What a great resource!
MetroHealth
01:49:10
is the connection going in and out?
MetroHealth
01:49:31
I can not hear the speaker
Rosalyn Davis
01:49:34
@MetroHealth No
Doug
01:50:07
you might try going out and coming back in if you can't hear Nancy
MetroHealth
01:50:47
thanks, I can hear her now.
Doug
01:51:02
ah, good!
Angela Roberson-King
01:54:32
Thanks for the benefits.gov website. I wasn't familiar with it.
Nicole Poiencot
01:59:08
I always inform my consumers about Blind Work Expenses and IRWE
Doug
02:00:58
Red Book: https://yourtickettowork.ssa.gov/resources/red-book.html
PVets
02:01:12
We refer to LA-BPS https://www.hdc.lsuhsc.edu/labps/serviceareas.aspx
PVets
02:01:20
good
PVets
02:02:18
I've learned from them and have had good feedback from consumers too.
Nicole Poiencot
02:03:30
The feedback I received from consumers is the benefits planner is very informative. Explain how work will affect benefits.
Doug
02:03:59
Thanks, Patricia and Nicole!
Meredith Beauregard
02:04:18
lol
Nicole Poiencot
02:19:26
great information
Meredith Beauregard
02:20:06
thank you!
Nicole Poiencot
02:20:16
Thank you!
msebble
02:20:21
thank you
DeShawn Coleman
02:20:22
Thank You!