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Assessing Strengths: A Culturally Responsive Tool to Promote Youth Wellness in Indigenous Contexts - Shared screen with speaker view
Lindsey Wachter
17:28
Lindsey Wachter, Health and Wellness Promoter @ Lakehead U
Jennifer Hoffmeister
17:39
My name is Jennifer, MSW Student at UBCO
Donna Banach
18:06
good morning, Donna Banach - Northern Youth Action for Prevention Coordinator from La Ronge, SK
Victoria Odell
18:06
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
k ripa
18:07
Hi, I'm Kathy and I work with WW Creighton Youth Services in Thunder Bay
Tegan Baker
18:11
Good afternoon everyone! Tegan here, I'm Frayme's Stakeholder Engagement Specialist :)
Jennifer Daigneault
18:14
Jennifer Daigneault - Looking Glass Foundation - PRS Program Coordinator - Eating Disorders
David Lewis
18:15
David Lewis, National eHealth Program, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch.
Angela Betts
18:20
Angela Betts, Youth Network Navigator, Integrated Youth Hub with CMHA Wood Buffalo (Fort McMurray, Alberta)
Simran Patel
18:21
Hi there, I'm Simran the Youth Liaison from mindyourmind.
Gerry Ditrich
18:26
Gerry, Youth Support Worker, Kids First Family centre Fort Macleod AB
Dale Apesis
18:27
Dale Apesis - Youth Action for Prevention Coordinator - Saskatchewan Prevention Institute (Saskatoon, SK). I am Dene and located on the beautiful treaty 6 territory.
Jessica McDonald
18:30
Jess McDonald - Child and Youth Mental Health Counsellor at FIREFLY in Dryden, Ontario.
Jenna Passi
18:34
Hi everyone, my name is Jenna Passi -- I am with Wood's Homes as the Research Supervisor, and am so excited to be here!
Hana Saab
18:34
Hello, I'm Hana , with the Centre of Excellence for Child & Youth Mental Health
Fayla Vedres
18:39
Fayla Vedres- Pediatric Coordinator for FASD diagnostic and assessment clinic with Lethbridge Family Services.
Rachel Gessie
18:45
Rachel, she/her - Dryden (Treaty 3) I work with Indigenous students at Dryden High School
Jen Kirby
18:45
Hi I'm Jen Kirby. Mental Health Lead for BGCDSB
jodi collins
18:50
My Name is Jodi From CMHA Wood Buffalo (Fort McMurray) I operate our Caregiver Connections Program.
Victoria Cadue
18:54
Victoria Cadue - Community Development Worker with a focus on Youth engagement, supports and services in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington County
Duce Cross Child
18:54
Duce Cross Child, Blood Tribe Dept. of Health, First steps for healthy babies Male mentor.
Michelle Ryan
18:57
Michelle Ryan Community Coordinator for Wheatland Youth Network. Located in Strathmore/Wheatland County on the Traditional Lands of Treaty 7 Nations
Amanda Joseph
19:10
Amanda Joseph - MSW candidate from Toronto Treaty 13
Allison Chevrier
19:26
Hi I’m Allison, Equity and Diversity Coordinator at the Grove Hubs with the CMHA
Charlotte Branton
19:31
Charlotte Branton, Mental Health clinician at Woodview Mental Health and Autism services in the Youth Justice Program
Carla Sutton
19:39
Hi! I’m Carla, Project Lead at Jack.org, a youth mental health advocacy organization
Szerena @Frayme
19:43
Welcome and thank you all for joining today's Frayme of Mind webinar! We'd love to have you extend this conversation by sharing your insights and learnings on Twitter with the #FraymeOfMind hashtag. Be sure to tag us @Frayme_Cadre and @ACHWM_official!
Alana Stewart
19:43
My name is Alana and I am the FNMI Student Support Navigator at the local high school in Fort Frances, ON
Armush Salahadin
19:43
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
19:47
Maria Fe Aguinaldo, RP, Counsellor Addiction Services for York Region, Ontario
Robert Jagodzinski
19:56
Hello! I'm Robert Jagodzinski (he/him) at PolicyWise for Children & Families on treaty 6 land in Amiskwaciy Waskahikan (Edmonton).
Nancy Zhao
21:04
Hi everyone! Nancy Zhao - Community Engagement and Partnership Lead at Kickstand in Edmonton, AB
k ripa
21:40
Robinson Superior Lands
Chloe Guinaudie
21:47
Hi Chloe, project coordinator for Aire ouverte, Montreal West Island
Victoria Russell-matthews
21:57
Hi there, I'm Victoria Russell-Matthews and I am an Indigenous Graduation Coach with the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board
k ripa
22:25
Child and youth worker - residential and community with at risk youth. It didn't really fit the advocate box
Natalie Markoff
22:37
Natalie Markoff, Family Engagement Specialist at the Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health. Based in Ottawa.
Anne Lovegrove
23:03
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.
Tamir @Frayme
23:03
https://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-recensement/2016/dp-pd/abpopprof/details/page.cfm?Lang=E&Geo1=PR&Code1=01&Data=Count&SearchText=Canada&SearchType=Begins&B1=All&C1=All&SEX_ID=1&AGE_ID=1&RESGEO_ID=1
Nora McCarthy Joyce
23:14
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
24:07
Oki/Hello everyone, I'm Nicholas Many Fingers, Mentor, First Steps for Healthy Babies, Blood Tribe Dept. of Health. Standoff, Alberta
Tamir @Frayme
26:51
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
28:20
Are you able to share your slideshow with us after the webinar? Thanks
Tamir @Frayme
28:52
Hi Nora, yes we can ask Lily to share the link to her slides and include it in the post-webinar email
Jennifer Daigneault
29:01
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
29:02
Thank you!
Brenda House
29:13
I would like a copy as well. Thank you.
Amanda Joseph
36:04
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
Tamir @Frayme
40:30
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!
Michelle Ryan
42:37
This tool is amazing!
Brooke Boersen
42:45
Thank you so much Lily!!
Brenda House
42:53
Great tool!
Tegan Baker
42:56
Thank you Lily! That was incredible
Alana Salsberg
43:08
Thank you for walking us all through, Lily. You know I'm a big fan.
Lily
46:32
Thank you, Miigwetch, Merci to everyone who shared a little about themselves and shared their land acknowledgments !
Michelle Ryan
49:28
Such a good idea
Brenda House
51:48
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.
Lily
52:48
That's beautiful, thanks for sharing! We have been working with members from Cree communities to help translate some of our resources in Cree!
Hana Saab
54:14
What a great idea to use visual tools to explore these themes with young people as opposed to scores
Hana Saab
57:18
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
k ripa
58:49
the youth could be triggered by some of the questions?
Lily
59:36
The youth can be triggered, and that's why it's absolutely crucial that each child sees a local health workers afterwards.
Dale Apesis
01:03:37
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?
Victoria Odell
01:04:55
Is there specific training for using the assessment? Or do you mean appropriate mental health training in general
Amanda Joseph
01:10:05
Will the tool be adapted for Indigenous Nations who have different interpretations of the Medicine Wheel?
Julia @Frayme
01:10:17
You can learn more and access the tool here: https://achwm.ca/measure-wellness
Jenna Passi
01:10:47
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.
Lily
01:10:56
thank you for joining!
Lily
01:11:29
feel free to email achwm.team@gmail.com if there's any additional comments or questions
Dale Apesis
01:12:26
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
Brenda House
01:12:59
can you please re-post the link
Lily
01:13:17
www.achwm.ca
Hana Saab
01:13:24
Thanks for a very informative session. Apologies, I have to leave for another meeting.
Brenda House
01:13:57
the https://admin link
Donna Banach
01:14:31
teniki, enjoyed learning about the wonderful tool!
Tamir @Frayme
01:15:01
https://achwm.ca/login @Brenda House
Tamir @Frayme
01:16:33
Don't forget to subscribe to us to learn about our next webinar: www.frayme.ca/newsletter
Lily
01:17:20
So happy to hear it has been useful! Thank you for listening
Alana Salsberg
01:18:08
Join the Frayme network and help create a more connected Canadian youth mental health and substance use system through knowledge sharing: https://frayme.ca/network
k ripa
01:20:25
thank you very much for this opportunity!
Jennifer Hoffmeister
01:20:28
Thank you so much!
Tegan Baker
01:20:34
Thank you Lily and Brandon! What an amazing discussion.
Brenda House
01:20:43
thank you!
Victoria Odell
01:20:45
Thank you so much! This was fantastic!