Assessing Strengths: A Culturally Responsive Tool to Promote Youth Wellness in Indigenous Contexts - Shared screen with speaker view
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Lindsey Wachter, Health and Wellness Promoter @ Lakehead U
My name is Jennifer, MSW Student at UBCO
good morning, Donna Banach - Northern Youth Action for Prevention Coordinator from La Ronge, SK
My name is Torri! I am the Social Development Coordinator for the Town of Strathmore (outside Calgary) and my focus is on youth and community mental health
Hi, I'm Kathy and I work with WW Creighton Youth Services in Thunder Bay
Good afternoon everyone! Tegan here, I'm Frayme's Stakeholder Engagement Specialist :)
Jennifer Daigneault - Looking Glass Foundation - PRS Program Coordinator - Eating Disorders
David Lewis, National eHealth Program, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch.
Angela Betts, Youth Network Navigator, Integrated Youth Hub with CMHA Wood Buffalo (Fort McMurray, Alberta)
Hi there, I'm Simran the Youth Liaison from mindyourmind.
Gerry, Youth Support Worker, Kids First Family centre Fort Macleod AB
Dale Apesis - Youth Action for Prevention Coordinator - Saskatchewan Prevention Institute (Saskatoon, SK). I am Dene and located on the beautiful treaty 6 territory.
Jess McDonald - Child and Youth Mental Health Counsellor at FIREFLY in Dryden, Ontario.
Hi everyone, my name is Jenna Passi -- I am with Wood's Homes as the Research Supervisor, and am so excited to be here!
Hello, I'm Hana , with the Centre of Excellence for Child & Youth Mental Health
Fayla Vedres- Pediatric Coordinator for FASD diagnostic and assessment clinic with Lethbridge Family Services.
Rachel, she/her - Dryden (Treaty 3) I work with Indigenous students at Dryden High School
Hi I'm Jen Kirby. Mental Health Lead for BGCDSB
My Name is Jodi From CMHA Wood Buffalo (Fort McMurray) I operate our Caregiver Connections Program.
Victoria Cadue - Community Development Worker with a focus on Youth engagement, supports and services in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington County
Duce Cross Child
Duce Cross Child, Blood Tribe Dept. of Health, First steps for healthy babies Male mentor.
Michelle Ryan Community Coordinator for Wheatland Youth Network. Located in Strathmore/Wheatland County on the Traditional Lands of Treaty 7 Nations
Amanda Joseph - MSW candidate from Toronto Treaty 13
Hi I’m Allison, Equity and Diversity Coordinator at the Grove Hubs with the CMHA
Charlotte Branton, Mental Health clinician at Woodview Mental Health and Autism services in the Youth Justice Program
Hi! I’m Carla, Project Lead at Jack.org, a youth mental health advocacy organization
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My name is Alana and I am the FNMI Student Support Navigator at the local high school in Fort Frances, ON
Hello- I am Armush and I am a Psychology Resident at Mary J. Wright Child and Youth Development Clinic in London Ontario
Maria Fe Aguinaldo
Maria Fe Aguinaldo, RP, Counsellor Addiction Services for York Region, Ontario
Hello! I'm Robert Jagodzinski (he/him) at PolicyWise for Children & Families on treaty 6 land in Amiskwaciy Waskahikan (Edmonton).
Hi everyone! Nancy Zhao - Community Engagement and Partnership Lead at Kickstand in Edmonton, AB
Robinson Superior Lands
Hi Chloe, project coordinator for Aire ouverte, Montreal West Island
Hi there, I'm Victoria Russell-Matthews and I am an Indigenous Graduation Coach with the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board
Child and youth worker - residential and community with at risk youth. It didn't really fit the advocate box
Natalie Markoff, Family Engagement Specialist at the Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health. Based in Ottawa.
Hi there. I am Anne from Strong Minds Strong Kids. Our head office is located on sacred land that has been a site of human activity for over 15,000 years. This land is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, the Mississaugas of New Credit, the Haudenosaunee, the Chippewa and the Wendat.
Nora McCarthy Joyce
Kwe! My name is Nora McCarthy Joyce and I am joining to you from traditional Mi'kmaq ancestral homeland in Prince Edward Island. I work in MH and A policy in our Health Department and alongside the Mi'kmaq communities (on and off-reserve) in our province. Happy to be here. Wela'lin!
Nicholas Many Fingers
Oki/Hello everyone, I'm Nicholas Many Fingers, Mentor, First Steps for Healthy Babies, Blood Tribe Dept. of Health. Standoff, Alberta
Please feel free to post any questions in the chat or Q&A box throughout the webinar and we will read them out to our speakers during the Q&A portion of the webinar 🙂
Nora McCarthy Joyce
Are you able to share your slideshow with us after the webinar? Thanks
Hi Nora, yes we can ask Lily to share the link to her slides and include it in the post-webinar email
I acknowledge with appreciation and respect that my work takes place on the traditional unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations.
Nora McCarthy Joyce
I would like a copy as well. Thank you.
I am located on the traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples, Treaty 13 territory
Thank you for the questions we've received so far - we have noted them down for the Q&A portion at 1 PM. Keep 'em coming!
This tool is amazing!
Thank you so much Lily!!
Thank you Lily! That was incredible
Thank you for walking us all through, Lily. You know I'm a big fan.
Thank you, Miigwetch, Merci to everyone who shared a little about themselves and shared their land acknowledgments !
Such a good idea
I am from the Cree Nation of Chisasibi in northern Quebec. My spirit name is the One who makes things Right. I'm not sure how to say it in Cree.
That's beautiful, thanks for sharing! We have been working with members from Cree communities to help translate some of our resources in Cree!
What a great idea to use visual tools to explore these themes with young people as opposed to scores
How can you breach these contentious issues with their families e.g. not feeling safe at home? How do you address resistance to suggestions and recommendations
the youth could be triggered by some of the questions?
The youth can be triggered, and that's why it's absolutely crucial that each child sees a local health workers afterwards.
In respects to Indigenous ways of knowing, I find this tablet/survey as an excellent tool and resource to collect data. Is this open to all Canadians? Or just designed for Indigenous child and youth?
Is there specific training for using the assessment? Or do you mean appropriate mental health training in general
Will the tool be adapted for Indigenous Nations who have different interpretations of the Medicine Wheel?
You can learn more and access the tool here: https://achwm.ca/measure-wellness
Unfortunately, I have another meeting I need to head to, but this was amazing. Thank you so much for sharing this measure and your experiences Lily and Brandon.
thank you for joining!
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I have another 11 am meeting as well, thank you for the presentation!! Amazing!! I will contact you via email to discuss opportunities to work together. merchi chogh
can you please re-post the link
Thanks for a very informative session. Apologies, I have to leave for another meeting.
the https://admin link
teniki, enjoyed learning about the wonderful tool!
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So happy to hear it has been useful! Thank you for listening
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thank you very much for this opportunity!
Thank you so much!
Thank you Lily and Brandon! What an amazing discussion.
Thank you so much! This was fantastic!