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Frayme Knowledge Series: IYS from Coast-to-Coast - Shared screen with speaker view
Ashraful Hasan
01:00:43
HI everyone
Tamir Virani
01:01:09
Welcome! We’ll be getting started shortly. In the meantime, please feel free to introduce yourself and how you fit into the youth mental health and substance use sector. If you’re joining us as a group, let us know how many people are tuning in with you and where you’re tuning in from! Please post your comment to ‘Everyone’ so that everyone can see your messages.
Heather (she/her) Tech Support
01:01:15
Welcome all! Glad to see everyone today.
Micaela Harley
01:01:55
Hi everyone! Micaela here from Frayme. So excited to be with you all today!
Scott Ng
01:01:56
Afternoon all - Scott from Capitalize for Kids
Liz Bosma-Donovan
01:02:30
Hi! My name is Liz from Belleville, ON John Howard Society, Youth Services.
Quentin Broad
01:02:47
good afternoon/morning everyone, Quentin Broad from Capitalize for Kids
Joshua Hatherley
01:02:56
Hello, my name is Josh Hatherley and I am the Research and Evaluation Lead at mindyourmind, in London Ontario; found on the traditional territories of the Attawandaron, Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee, and Lunaapeewak peoples. Mindyourmind is an organization that seeks to engage youth in developing and accessing mental health resources in their communities across Canada.
Toni Carlton
01:03:00
Bunda hoonzoo everyone. Joining from the stolen and occupied lands of the Lheidli T’enneh peoples in central BC. I am with Foundry.
Dana Sharp-McLean
01:03:33
Dana Sharp-McLean from AHS A&MH Central Zone. Joining from Treaty 6 Territory and Metis Region 4. Very excited for today's session.
Amy Stein
01:03:34
Hi...Amy Stein from Henry's Foundation. Looking forward to this afternoon.
Tamir Virani
01:04:29
To visualize the traditional territory you currently reside on, we invite you to visit https://native-land.ca/.
Jessica Doucette
01:04:51
Jessica Doucette from Alberta Health Services Health promotion - Joining from Treaty 6 Territory and Metis Region 4.
Katie Loutitt
01:05:37
Hello everyone I'm joining you from Treaty 6, Metis region 4
Pamela Liversidge
01:06:14
Hello Everyone, Pam Liversidge from BC Children's Hospital. Living and working on the unceded territory of the Tsleil-Waututh, Musqueam, and Squamish peoples.
Tamir Virani
01:07:19
Live transcripts are available during the event. You can access this feature by selecting Live transcript in Zoom.FYI - simultaneous interpretation from English to French is available during the event. You can access this feature by selecting Interpretation below.
Heather (Options)
01:08:30
Heather Lynch joining you from Options Community Services in Surrey BC and have the privilege to work on the uncededterritories of the Coast Salish peoplesincluding Kwantlen, Katzie, Matsqui,Musqueam, Semiahmoo, Tsawwassen,Qayqayt, Kwikwetlem, and the Sto:lo Nations. I support our Youth Services and Counselling Services Teams. Have a great day and thank you from welcoming me.
Katherine Hay
01:15:41
Hello everyone! Katherine Hay from Kickstand. Joining you from Amiskwacîwâskahikan, also known by the colonial name of Edmonton, Alberta. I respectfully acknowledge my place of live, work and play is on Treaty 6 territory, the traditional gathering place, trading route and home for the Cree, Blackfoot, Metis, Nakota, Sioux, Iroquois, Dene, Ojibway/ Saulteaux/Anishinaabe, Inuit, and many other Indigenous peoples.
Interprefy Floor
01:16:55
Dear speakers please slow down, interpreters are not capable to interpret with that speed. Thanks for understanding.
Micaela Harley
01:17:00
Impressive panel- thanks for sharing a bit about yourselves, folks! 👏🎊
Tegan Baker, Frayme (She/Her)
01:17:11
Such an incredible and diverse panel today! Thank you everyone :)
Seren Friskie Foundry BC (She/They)
01:20:50
Love to see a Foundry Youth Ambassador!
Ervis Musa (he/him) @ Frayme (Groundbreaker)
01:23:33
Yes! My apologies for this!
Micaela Harley
01:32:04
AMAZING lightning talk, both!!!
Heather (she/her) Tech Support
01:32:04
👏👏👏
Micaela Harley
01:32:09
👏
Tegan Baker, Frayme (She/Her)
01:32:17
Well said, Ervis and Braeden! Thank you for the incredible insights!
Dana Sharp-McLean
01:32:24
Wonderful work! Brilliant!
Sydney Graham
01:32:24
Well done. Thank you
Toni Carlton
01:32:31
Musi cho to you both for your passion and sharing!
Julia Solimine
01:32:42
Thank you for your insights, both!
Seren Friskie Foundry BC (She/They)
01:32:47
👏Amazing! Love your passion and sharing your experience in so many diverse areas!
Dana Sharp-McLean
01:32:54
👏🏻
Tegan Baker, Frayme (She/Her)
01:32:59
Organic Chem, no less! Kudos to you!
Ervis Musa (he/him) @ Frayme (Groundbreaker)
01:34:05
Thank you all for the kinds words!
Sydney Graham
01:49:11
Thank you Elana, great points. I will continue to recommend always including caregivers when speaking of client and patient participation. We often have very different experiences and perspectives. Both are equally important in advancing care.
Marie-Lou Meawasige
01:50:25
**Yes Dennis! I love that
Elana Ludman (she/her/elle) - Graham Boeckh Foundation
01:50:35
Definitely @Sydney!
Julia Solimine
01:53:40
If you have any questions for our presenters, please feel free to type them in the chat box. We may not be able to get to questions during the sessions, but we will be following up with full Q&A documents post-event.
Dana Sharp-McLean
01:55:40
We have a knowledge mobilization unit within AHS - for Addiction & Mental Health and we get info quickly to use in our practice as it is available. Very helpful. The info is circulated via email as well as regular sessions to review new developments.
Dana Sharp-McLean
01:58:04
We need to build capacity so that our communities and leaders are ready to change alongside what we are doing! Stages of Change?
Sydney Graham
01:59:41
Thank you Anita!
Michele Sparling
02:00:48
Thank you Anita! Agree with your points 100%.
Dana Sharp-McLean
02:01:19
Just had to provide feedback on intake "screen" for Adults and Youth. I asked about input from youth, families, adult consumers - nope - no time for that! I plan to pursue this as far as I am able to!
Sydney Graham
02:01:34
Qualitative measures not always Quantitative
Ervis Musa (he/him) @ Frayme (Groundbreaker)
02:05:01
Very well said Anita… You are a fantastic speaker and bring up some really great points that resonated with me strongly
Braeden Levac (he/him) @ Frayme
02:07:09
^^ Couldn’t have said it better myself Anita! Great job 👏🏼👏🏼
Toni Carlton
02:07:19
💜
Katelyn Greer
02:10:28
Seren, I am so touched by what you are saying. Totally feeling the same way!!!!
Dana Sharp-McLean
02:11:11
Very moving, Seren. And so well said!
Jessica Doucette
02:11:14
👏🏻
Toni Carlton
02:11:26
Clapping at my kitchen table! Snachailya Seren 💜
Michele Sparling
02:11:28
Incredibly powerful. Thanks you. 👏🏻
Dana Sharp-McLean
02:11:29
Thank you for sharing your experiences.
Sydney Graham
02:11:40
Thank you so much for that perspective, authentic and impactful!
Kate Gatto
02:11:40
Thank you, Seren.
Ervis Musa (he/him) @ Frayme (Groundbreaker)
02:12:14
Incredible Seren. No other way to describe it besides incredible! Thank you for sharing 🙂
Sydney Graham
02:12:49
How do we reach those not in the system. That large percentage who don't reach out for help?
Sydney Graham
02:14:13
I totally agree Anita. I have lived that too. One horrible experience and my son totally shut down.
Andrea Papalia
02:14:39
What is the best way to track our data to ensure program improvement?
Michele Sparling
02:15:53
Excellent question on having the right care provider; we have run into that as a family and it can be so harmful and problematic for the youth and the family if there is not a connection or beneficial help. Challenge is there is not always choice. And sometimes we have to recognize there is the need to educate the family on the youth needing to have someone that they connect with for their care, as that relationship is not about the parents/caregivers.
Heather (she/her) Tech Support
02:17:09
Thank you for your participation in the first half of the day. We will now be taking a short 5 minute break.Before you head out on break, please click here to access the breakout room, so we can hit the ground running at 2:20PM: https://bit.ly/3C71f7n
Seren Friskie Foundry BC (She/They)
02:17:29
Hi Sydney! I think a lot about this, and oftentimes I come back to reaching people where they are at. For example- youth 12-15 are so hard to reach! But we know by data that they are most likely to speak to their parents, school counsellors or friends. How do we reach those people and can our strategy work to reach caregivers in their journey for youth. Same goes for diverse populations- do we have multiple lan gauges of services and a diversity of cultural services- are we preset in spaces that are meaningful to those youth/caregivers? If not, let’s get there!
Anita Simon
02:17:55
Reaching those who don't reach out....yes. so important. Need to promote AND market IYS better
Julia Solimine
03:00:04
Before the day ends, don’t forget to share any relevant resources that you or your organization have developed to this IYS repository! You can access the repository and submit your own resource here: https://fraymeiys.pory.app
Toni Carlton
03:03:18
Thanks Braeden for sharing for our group :)
Dana Sharp-McLean
03:05:24
Great perspective re data.
Ashraful Hasan
03:05:57
Group 1 is ready
Jimmy Tan
03:07:08
Thank you Group 3 :)
Dana Sharp-McLean
03:09:35
Well done, Ash!
Jimmy Tan
03:09:45
Thank you Group 1 :)
Katie Loutitt
03:09:47
Thanks Ash for capturing the conversation
Anita Simon
03:09:56
Yes thank you Ash!
Dana Sharp-McLean
03:12:14
Makes me think of "care maps" in psychiatry. No accounting for individuality, just diagnosis and treatment.
Katie Loutitt
03:14:38
great point! how are we truly integrating services? How are we working together differently at all levels - frontline to system levels. How are these ways of working differently together being captured?
Sydney Graham
03:15:34
Wrap around services as a standard, reducing silos
Seren Friskie
03:18:39
Thanks for taking one for the team Quentin haha!
Joshua Hatherley
03:18:44
Thanks Quentin
Michele Sparling
03:21:07
Well said Quentin
Anita Simon
03:21:33
Yes, very well stated Quentin. Thank you.
Sydney Graham
03:24:19
Great Point Ervis! Entry points are so critical.
Jessica Doucette
03:25:35
Thanks Ervis :) I feel you represented us perfectly!
Braeden Levac (he/him) @ Frayme
03:25:38
👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Seren Friskie
03:25:57
Love those points Ervis! Don’t tokenize youth and their knowledge, how do we build reciprocity? Let’s train youth, with their input, and their own journey in mind
Ervis Musa (he/him) @ Frayme (Groundbreaker)
03:27:03
Echoing your points Seren. Really appreciate the support
Julia Solimine
03:27:55
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Anita Simon
03:28:45
Yes huge thanks to Frayme for these awesome last 3 days!
Dana Sharp-McLean
03:28:45
Wonderful event. Trying to figure out how to digest and utilize the info!
Michele Sparling
03:28:48
An incredible few days to show there is much to say, much to do, but there is hope to move this forward. Thanks everyone. Be safe. Be well.
Tegan Baker
03:28:48
Thank you all SO much for being here!! :)
Toni Carlton
03:28:54
Thank you!