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Child Abuse Prevention Webinar: Protective Factors - Shared screen with speaker view
Theriault, Christine
25:36
Welcome everyone and thank you for joining today's webinar!! A copy of the PowerPoint and a link to the recording will be sent to all those who registered.
Melissa Winchester
01:02:56
access to others in the community that offer support in parenting activities.
Cheryl Hathaway
01:03:19
reduction of stigma
Natasha Smith
01:03:24
more resources within local communities that have access is easy as transportation can be an issue
John Talbot
01:03:29
Sufficient resources and connections to the resources
Rinde Hamlin
01:03:30
affordable daycare
Jen M
01:03:31
Access to engaging community activities to help parents develop social connections with other parents
Lori Morang (She, Her, Hers)
01:03:35
Support from the school to help develop skills with special needs kids
Patricia Vyr
01:03:41
Community resources and activities
Cheryl Hathaway
01:03:50
Food security
Elizabeth Montes-Nadeau (She, Her, Hers)
01:03:54
more respite workers and therapists
Jennifer Mandigo
01:03:54
more people to work in the field...no providers around
Esther
01:03:56
Parenting support group
Violet Hurlburt-LaBree
01:03:59
support groups for the parents and access to more resources
Jennifer Johnston
01:04:06
RESOURCES as a whole.
Lori Morang (She, Her, Hers)
01:04:06
housing supports
Stephanie Thompson, LCSW
01:04:10
childcare, transportation, financial support or free activities, support people
Chelsea Burge
01:04:14
support groups and resources
Bette Hoxie
01:04:38
collaboration between support sytems. EMPATHY!
Maria
01:04:43
affordable child care, resources, transportation
Sydney Massa - NFI North
01:04:51
Increased staffing; resource availability; resource shares; support / educational groups
Cheryl Hathaway
01:04:52
Research on best practices to have effective interventions to strengthen protective factors and self
John Talbot
01:05:02
More frequent and earlier intervention services
Stephanie Thompson, LCSW
01:05:02
Yes Bette! Empathy!
Elizabeth Montes-Nadeau (She, Her, Hers)
01:05:20
training and pay from government to support workers
Jill Callela, TCM
01:05:22
Crisis providers
Bette Hoxie
01:20:37
For resource care providers including relative caregivers/kin, please share affm.net or call 207-827-2331. We provide training and support including state wide support groups both in person and many on zoom. Thank you
Heidi Aakjer (she/her) Maine Children's Trust
01:21:18
Thank you, Bette, for sharing!
Elizabeth Montes-Nadeau (She, Her, Hers)
01:22:15
Bette do you all do respite I have a family looking.
Elizabeth Montes-Nadeau (She, Her, Hers)
01:22:26
or daycare
Bette Hoxie
01:23:50
We do not offer respite however we do have some connections to aid caregivers in accessing available respite providers. Hope this makes sense.
Melissa Winchester
01:24:13
those look like great resources for providers and families
Melissa Winchester
01:26:23
Thank you