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Transition Booster - Tackling Disparities in Transition To Adulthood - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephen jessy
34:18
Hello
Anne Tapia (she/her)
34:28
Hi all! Thanks for having this important conversation. I look forward to learning much from this!
Wendy Spitz
40:52
https://www.facebook.com/groups/ourtribecincy
Wendy Spitz
41:10
Facebook page Our Tribe
Amy Clawson
43:01
Hi everyone! Thank you for joining us!
Wendy Spitz
45:16
https://www.facebook.com/reach4service REACH Facebook Page
Tiffany
45:59
Hello Everyone!
Ioana Santau
57:25
This panel is AMAZING!! Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom. Are we going to get the recording?
Amy Clawson
58:14
Hi Ioana! YES, this recording will be available on our website at: www.ohiof2f.org
Anne Tapia (she/her)
59:45
Good for you in such strong and honest advocacy! I think a lot of families get intimidated in these kinds of meetings and conversations and expect the "experts" to be doing what is right. You are so spot on with this, Ms. Parker!
Amy Clawson
01:01:54
Community is so important!
Michelle Roley-Roberts
01:01:59
Yesss! Agree about independent assessments. @Anne, knowing who the stakeholders are to the experts can help you know how helpful they may be. Coming back to independent assessments being important.
Laurie Kowalski
01:03:06
That would be great Gwen!
Amy Clawson
01:03:37
Ohio Family to Family can help families understand their paperwork and systems language and how to navigate it all.
Amy Clawson
01:04:02
Good suggestions here! What would have helped.
Amy Clawson
01:05:37
You're so on point Tina! We need to hear this!
Kara Michelle Pierson (she/her)
01:05:49
FACTTTSSS!!!
Josselyn Okorodudu
01:08:22
We have to be bold about our experiences as members of the Black Autism Community and that it is the only way we will see changes. Thank you so much for sharing your stories
Taunya
01:10:48
I see families regardless to race of disparities for families. Its more prevalent when it is a single parent. My situation has been both.
Anne Tapia (she/her)
01:14:04
The idea of building community came up as critical, but when you notice you are viewed as an outsider when reaching into a community, how do you navigate that barrier, accessing right sized services AND building community?
Josselyn Okorodudu
01:17:37
Absolutely!
Tiffany
01:23:04
What is considered the transition age. I have 12 year olds.
Amy Clawson
01:23:50
Good job Gwen!
Ioana Santau
01:25:21
So true Patricia!
Josselyn Okorodudu
01:27:26
I really love this last point Nikki
Kara Michelle Pierson (she/her)
01:28:46
This was powerful! Thank you all for sharing!
Maria Britto
01:28:48
Thanks you all so much for your wisdom, your strength and your advocacy!
Wendy Spitz
01:29:25
If you wish to continue this conversation on another date, please drop your name in the chat
Jenetta Thomas
01:29:54
This is great! My daughter is 5. I have learned so much learning from parents of older children & adults
Ioana Santau
01:30:02
Ioana Santau. Thank you so much.
Michelle Roley-Roberts
01:30:30
14 is legally when transition plans are required. As the panel echoed, earlier is better.
Wendy Spitz
01:30:36
If you wish to continue this conversation on another date, please drop your name in the chat
Josselyn Okorodudu
01:30:51
I am interested
Kim Mathews
01:30:54
Kim Mathews for round #2 Thank you
Gwen Pierson
01:30:58
Yes
Monique Watkins
01:31:01
Monique Watkins
Tiffany
01:31:04
Round 2 please Tiffany Colvin
Kara Michelle Pierson (she/her)
01:31:12
Kara Pierson
Josselyn Okorodudu
01:31:20
Hi Max!!!
Michelle Roley-Roberts
01:31:23
Michelle Roley-Roberts round 2 please.
Jenetta Thomas
01:31:30
Sign me up for round 2 please. Jenetta Thomas
Maria Britto
01:31:34
Hi Maxwell
Wendy Spitz
01:31:42
PLEASE don't l leave us with out completing an evalutaion
Anne Tapia (she/her)
01:32:00
Anne Tapia
Brett Castle
01:32:21
Brett Castle
Gwen Pierson
01:32:36
Gwen Pierson
Ioana Santau
01:33:24
Can you share the evaluation link?
Josselyn Okorodudu
01:33:27
is it ok for me to come out to share some more activities about Our Tribe
Jeanette Bury
01:34:38
Jeanette Bury - Round 2 please!
Amy Clawson
01:35:17
Please complete our survey!https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/sv/uS9HAdk
Wendy Spitz
01:45:35
also another resource- A Book written by 2 of the ladies tonight-- We Dare Be Brave: African American moms and the emotional journey of raising children with disabilities paperback its on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/We-Dare-Brave-emotional-disabilities/dp/1733382763/ref=sr_1_4?crid=IUX9UF2J8DZG&keywords=we+dare+be+brave&qid=1658447707&sprefix=we+dare%2Caps%2C90&sr=8-4
Amy Clawson
01:46:18
Another Facebook group and non-profit in the Northeast Ohio area is called Mother 2 Mother -- find support and reach out to them as well
Wendy Spitz
01:48:10
PLEASE-------- complete our survey / evaluationhttps://lp.constantcontactpages.com/sv/uS9HAdk
Amy Clawson
01:56:45
Livespecial.com
Nikki Montgomery, Family Voices
01:56:47
LiveSpecial.com
Tiffany
01:57:42
Thank you so very much!
Anne Tapia (she/her)
01:57:44
This was excellent, thank you all for sharing!!
Laurie Kowalski
01:57:52
Thank you all for sharing your stories!
Michelle Roley-Roberts
01:57:53
Thank you!!
Brett Castle
01:57:55
Thank you!
Aubrey Neuenschwander
01:58:06
Thank you! This was great information!