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Georgia CHW Professional Development Opportunities - Shared screen with speaker view
Alejandra Calva
40:03
Not overextending ourselves
Alejandra Calva
40:39
Empowering participants
Mitzi Fears
41:07
Maintaining professionalism
Alejandra Calva
52:50
Part of my culture is the belief that I should be a hard worker, and dependable
Mitzi Fears
53:09
In my experience it’s more difficult for females to set boundaries
Alejandra Calva
53:28
As a woman, I'm expected to caretake
JaKena Huggins
53:43
As a woman & mother whose primary clients are mothers its hard sometimes with setting boundaries because I know some of the situations that my clients have to deal with.
Tiarra Evans
54:04
Woman are nurturers so it's a little harder for us to set boundaries.
Patsy Sarnor
54:12
shows what we find valuable in the things we engage in. our beliefs
Danina Battle
54:34
Our Upbringing/The Way We Are Raised Plays A Major Part In The Way We Set Boundaries Or If We Set Boundaries At All. Ususally The Woman Is Considered More Nurturing So In That Sense They Tend To Be More Lenient A Makes It Harder To Set Boundaries.
JaKena Huggins
54:49
Having a similar cultural background as your clients can sometimes make setting boundaries harder.
Patsy Sarnor
55:23
women have certain expectations they must fulfill
Tiarra Evans
59:19
ok
Alejandra Calva
59:27
ok
Sekenna Davenport
59:31
ok
Saketha Hayes
59:33
Okay
Danina Battle
01:02:55
No Way Lol
Danina Battle
01:03:20
ok
Tiarra Evans
01:04:41
ok
Saketha Hayes
01:04:49
Done
Sekenna Davenport
01:04:54
ok
Patsy Sarnor
01:04:57
done
Rethonia
01:04:57
ok
Alejandra Calva
01:04:59
ok
Danina Battle
01:05:01
ok
Saketha Hayes
01:07:26
Listen to their members
Tiarra Evans
01:07:29
Advocate
Sekenna Davenport
01:07:33
find resources
Danina Battle
01:07:44
Provide Resources For Mental Support
JaKena Huggins
01:07:45
empower families
Veatrice Futch
01:07:55
educate
JaKena Huggins
01:08:26
help facilitate information from other sources
Danina Battle
01:08:57
Provide The Needed Support So That The Individual/Family Can Become Self Sufficient.
Sekenna Davenport
01:10:12
becoming friends with clients/members
Tiarra Evans
01:10:16
Supplying housing inside personal residence
Alejandra Calva
01:10:29
Letting participants use your address to sign up for programs, receive mail, etc.
Patsy Sarnor
01:10:42
Force people to carry out an action or behavior
Danina Battle
01:10:56
Right
Alejandra Calva
01:11:12
friending them on Facebook, following on Insta
Patsy Sarnor
01:11:24
not having boundaries
Saketha Hayes
01:18:39
No
Patsy Sarnor
01:18:41
no
Sekenna Davenport
01:18:45
no
Alejandra Calva
01:18:59
No
Saketha Hayes
01:20:33
No
Tiarra Evans
01:20:35
no
Sekenna Davenport
01:20:38
no
Alejandra Calva
01:20:41
Not in my program
Patsy Sarnor
01:21:16
no...refer them to an expert in that field
Sacha Gayle
01:28:17
SMART goals: https://www.cdc.gov/dhdsp/evaluation_resources/guides/writing-smart-objectives.htm
Sakila Nasrin
01:47:03
May I have recording of today's session?
Tiarra Evans
01:52:00
Thank you
Alejandra Calva
01:52:07
Thank you for your wisdom! What advice do you have for those of us who hold multiple professional roles w/in our community, and each role has different expectations?
Sakila Nasrin
01:53:04
Can we get the recoding of today's session?
Sakila Nasrin
01:53:15
Thank you so much
Sacha Gayle
01:53:40
Feel free to raise your hand and we can unmute your mic to allow you to ask your question directly.
Patsy Sarnor
01:53:51
thank you
Sacha Gayle
01:53:56
Or you can continue to use the chat feature.
JaKena Huggins
01:54:32
One of my clients has now become my co-worker. How to relax my boundaries and grow our co-worker relationship?
Sakila Nasrin
01:56:33
Thank you.
Rethonia
01:56:55
Thank You!
Alejandra Calva
01:57:00
Thank you, Luis!
Sekenna Davenport
01:57:57
Thank you