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Harnessing lived experience to design innovative mental health services and supports - Shared screen with speaker view
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
12:28
Welcome! We’re going to get started shortly but in the meantime, please feel free to introduce yourself and how you fit into the world of youth mental health. If you’re joining us as a group, let us know how many people are tuning in with you! Please post your comment to ‘All panelists and attendees’.
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
14:42
Hey John!!
Darcy Edwards
14:48
Hi everyone! Darcy here from Langs in Cambridge. I am the Coordinator at our Youth Wellness Hub
Angela Olsen
15:05
HI, I am joining from the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations and work in mental health programs at BC Children's Hospital
Christine Klerian-Rodriguez
15:25
Hi, my name is Christine Klerian and I'm a research facilitator with the Healthy End of Life Project in Ottawa, out of the School of Social Work at Carleton University. We have found that lived experience is crucial when it comes to designing grief and loss support initiatives for people of all ages.
Jessica Turowski
15:31
Hi I am Jessica Turowski living in Edmonton, AB. I lead the Rural Mental Health Project within CMHA Alberta Division
Carla Flogan
15:52
Hi I'm Carla - I'm involved in a provincial (SK) initiative to improve mental wellbeing in children and youth.
Kaminda Musumbulwa
15:52
Hi everyone, my name is Kaminda and I’m the newcomer photovoice project coordinator with Moyo Health and Community Services in Brampton. Our newcomer program provides resource navigation for newcomers, including youth.
Yvonne Pelling
16:22
Hi, I'm Yvonne Pelling. I am coordinator of the ACESSS Open Minds Family and Carers Council in Montreal.
Shaleen Jones
16:38
Hi everyone! Shaleen Jones with Eating Disorders NS. We offer virtual support for anyone living with an eating disorder/disordered eating. Most of our supports, including Peer Support, are available across Canada. www.eatingdisordersns.ca (Hi Aidan!)
John Weekes
16:39
The crew from the Homewood Research Institute in Guelph is listening in... :-)
Jill Shakespeare
16:53
Hi everyone. I'm Jill Shakespeare from PSSP at CAMH in Toronto.
Tanice Donaldson
16:58
Tanice here from Windsor, ON. I am an Addiction and Mental health instructor as well as a Registered Early Childhood Educator
Devika Gupta
17:02
Hi I'm Devika Gupta a PhD scholar at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. I'm based in Goa India. I'm building an intervention for my PhD and interested in leveraging Lived Experience for the same.
SKB Keelan-Bishop
17:04
Hello! I’m SKB, and I’m an autistic psychotherapist. I have a private practice and also work full-time as a Supervisor at Crisis Text Line, and am responsible for activating emergency responses nationwide for Canadians in danger.
Rachal Pattison
17:16
I’m Rachal, I work with Kickstand, the Alberta integrated youth services initiative :)
Rita-anne Fuss
17:23
Hello! I'm Rita-anne and an animator for Millet, Alberta. I also have a page on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/changingsmiles365 for SMILE Nonprofit Society. I'm trying to rid the mental health stigma and SMILES is Support Mental Illness Lives Everyday Society.
Heather Bu'Lock
18:00
Hi, Heather Bu'Lock from ConnexOntario. We are an information and referral service for mental health and addiction services in the province. www.connexontario.ca
Rosemary Georges
18:24
Hi! I'm Rosemary Georges and I am a research coordinator at the Offord Centre for Child Studies at McMaster University - currently working on delivering a Psychological First Aid training program to mental health clinicians specifically on identifying COVID-19 stressors among children, youth and families.
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
18:34
We’re thrilled to see so many Frayme members with us today! To become an official member of Frayme (for yourself or on behalf of your organization), visit www.frayme.ca/join-network to fill out a short registration form. If you have any questions about the form, contact frayme.info@theroyal.ca.
Katherine Hay
18:49
Hi everyone! I am Katherine Hay from Edmonton with experience with the ACCESS Open Minds site with AHS and soon to be joining the Kickstand initiative in Alberta
Nicole Deeb
19:13
Hi, I'm Nicky, joining from Toronto also working and volunteering with Kids Help Phone but as a Teaching Assistant. (*waves at SKB)
Ashley Ste-Marie
19:26
Hello! Ashley Ste-Marie - Ops Manager at a Ambulance Com Centre in Ontario.
Alyna Walji
19:29
Hi there, I'm Alyna Walji, a research assistant, also from Homewood Research Institute, working on a few youth digital mental health research projects
Janessa Porter
19:41
Hi, I’m Janessa and I’m a research coordinator for an eating disorders patient-oriented research project at CHEO in Ottawa
Julia Eagles
19:50
Hi, I'm Julia. I'm a Youth Peer Mentor working with John Howard Society Belleville and The Belleville Youth Center.
Justin Lui
19:54
Justin Lui here from mindyourmind, a youth engagement program based out of London Ontario.
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
20:25
Don’t forget to register for this years Learning Institute! Our theme is Spotlighting Alternative Approaches to Youth Mental Health and Substance Use ServicesWith presentations from all over Canada and the world, this conference is the place to be to mix & mingle with the changemakers of the YMHSU space!Register here: bit.ly/3iztQJz
Paul Toner
20:39
Hi. Paul Toner from United Way of Greater Moncton and Southeastern NB region, and backbone partner of a Collective Impact initiative called YOU Turns that has 26 community and government partners working together for youth positive mental health.
Tamir @Frayme
20:57
As you introduce yourself please remember to select "All panelists AND attendees" in the To: box so that everyone can see your message :)
Paul Toner
21:18
Right, did it wrong first time:)
Isabelle Hébert
21:32
Hi, I'm Isabelle. I'm a peer support consultant for CMHANB.
Leticia Mizon
21:36
Hey folx! My name is Leticia Mizon and I am President of a peer based, harm reduction grassroots initiative in St..Thomas Ontario called The Nameless
Aswani Siwakoti
21:38
Hello everyone! I am Aswani, a network rep for Jack.org in the Ontario region. So happy to be here
Iman Kassam
21:54
Hi there, I’m Iman Kassam, a research analyst with the Digital Mental Health Research team at CAMH
Tamir @Frayme
21:54
Welcome Shannon, Leticia, Aswani and Debbie!
Liisa Kuuter
22:27
Hi, I'm Liisa Kuuter, Program Manager with Family Navigation Project at Sunnybrook. We provide navigation support to youth aged 13 - 26 and their families with mental health/addictions issues. We support the full GTA (Toronto, Peel, Halton, York, Durham).
Shawna Lagassie
23:24
Hello, I'm Shawna the Education & Support Coordinator from Lived Experience & Recovery Network (LERN). As an organization we provide education and support to peer led mental health and addictions initiatives across the NE of Ontario
Ana Lilia Soto
23:36
Buenos Dias everyone! Ana Lilia Soto, Youth Development Manager, Stanford Center for Youth Mental Health working with an amazing team to bring allcove (an integrated mental health center for youth 12-25) to the United States.
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
23:47
Hey Rosa!
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
24:40
Are you on Twitter? If so, let’s be friends! Follow us at @Frayme_Cadre to stay up-to-date on the latest news and announcements from Frayme.
kelli Ducharme
26:47
Hi, Kelli Ducharme, I work for Grand Council Treaty 3 as the Indigenous Support Supervisor
Tamir @Frayme
27:13
Welcome Kelli and Jackie!
Tamir @Frayme
27:50
Interested in our upcoming Learning Institute? Check us out at https://frayme.ca/frayme-learning-institute-2021
Kerry Zub
28:08
Hello Kerry Zub here from middle of no where - Fort Frances, Ont :P I work for Grand Council Treaty #3 with Kelli with victims
Tamir @Frayme
28:49
Welcome Kerry! Great to see so much representation from Grand Council Treat #3
Angie Hamilton
28:56
Hi, I'm Angie Hamilton, ED of Families for Addiction Recovery (FAR). We provide peer support for parents whose children are struggling with problematic substance use.
Tamir @Frayme
28:57
*Treaty
Tamir @Frayme
30:04
Welcome Angie! FAR does some amazing work :)
Paul Toner
31:59
Nice description of how to best use technology!
Katie Muirhead
32:24
Hi everyone! Katie here from the Ontario Caregiver Organization. We support all kinds of caregivers, including young caregivers. I'd love to connect with anyone to exchange ideas and learn about the great work you are all doing!
Tamir @Frayme
33:02
Welcome Katie! Excited to have Ontario Caregiver Organization present at our upcoming Learning Institute
Kari Richards
34:09
Hi everyone - I'm Kari, working with the Mental Health Commission of Canada, based in Ottawa. I work on the Access to Quality Mental Health Services team, specifically on our e-mental health file
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
34:23
You can subscribe to Frayme’s monthly newsletter (Frayme of Mind) by visiting www.frayme.ca/newsletter.
Louise Murray-Leung
34:41
Hello, Bonjour, Sekon! Louise Murray-Leung (she/they), family member with lived experience and Family Engagement Lead (system level role) at Lynwood Charlton Centre in Hamilton, ON (local Lead Agency for child and youth mental health). I am also connected to McMaster University's Co-Design VP Hub (co-designing services with Vulnerable Populations).
Katie Muirhead
35:11
Last years institute was awesome, I can't wait to see what this years has to offer and I'm so pleased to be able to present this year!
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
35:33
Don’t forget to register for this years Learning Institute! Our theme is Spotlighting Alternative Approaches to Youth Mental Health and Substance Use ServicesWith presentations from all over Canada and the world, this conference is the place to be to mix & mingle with the changemakers of the YMHSU space!Register here: bit.ly/3iztQJz
Paul Toner
39:46
Love this insight of check-ins in advance of session, not having it all depend on the session. And client-led.
Aswani Siwakoti
42:12
This is amazing, I feel like technology like this is what I needed when I was struggling to find proper mental health care. Thank you Aidan!!
Carmelle Wolfson
43:19
Sorry if I missed this, is it possible as a clinician to create notes that are not using the SOAP format?
Aswani Siwakoti
43:39
*clap clap*
Louise Murray-Leung
43:55
So true, Aidan! People are ready for doing things differently. Systems and structures are slow to let go of the status quo. Perfect timing to hear from Rachel!
Kaitlyn Russell
44:38
Amazing - thank you so much for your presentation Aiden !
Angela Olsen
45:31
Awesome presentation Aidan, love hearing how Speakbox works and how it was developed!
Kerry Zub
46:18
Downloaded Speakbox already - looks great, thank you for sharing your story Aidan :)
Kate Thomas-Peter
46:57
Excellent Aidan thank you. I missed the first 10 mins but see it is recorded. How can this be accessed?
Kate Thomas-Peter
47:32
Thank you.
Maddi Mathon
52:51
A copy of the report, research, and recommendations (including a summary) submitted to the City of Toronto from Reach Out Response Network can be downloaded on our website - https://reachouttoronto.ca/resources
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
53:09
Thanks for sharing Maddie
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
53:31
Maddi*
Aswani Siwakoti
56:30
i love the inclusivity of this project, it is so so important!
Tamir @Frayme
56:48
Please leave any questions in the chatbox and we will make sure to ask the speakers after the presentations
Rita-anne Fuss
57:30
Just joined Frayme as a member through SMILES and thank you for sharing your story Aidan. The journey helps to understand how you've reached out to so many different people! Thank you!
Tamir @Frayme
58:00
Welcome to the Frayme Network Rita-anne!
Yvonne Pelling
01:01:30
I am wondering who funded both of these projects presented today? Then specifically for Adian, I am wondering what the timeline was from conception to roll out for platform? How many organizations, clinicians, care providers are currently using the platform? And lastly, is there a space in the platform for families to contribute information or access any or some of the information about the person?
Maddi Mathon
01:01:37
To see the city’s report, you can see this agenda item - http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2021.EX20.1
Andriana Vinnitchok
01:03:00
are the pilots being evaluated to ensure that we generate and build an evidence base and continue to further improve after the pilot period?
Louise Murray-Leung
01:03:33
Amazing work!
Angela Olsen
01:03:35
Rachel, amazing work! So impressive, thank you for sharing & I look forward to reading the full report!
Angie Hamilton
01:05:56
Glad to here there is the capacity to include families.
Rachel Bromberg
01:09:00
There isn’t yet an existing number for the crisis team - the city will be partnering with community agencies to operate the service and once those partnerships have been confirmed, the numbers will be publicized.
Paul Toner
01:09:17
Fantastic, thorough responses to my question. Thanks!
Rachel Bromberg
01:09:32
There will be an RFP process for agencies to bid for contracts to operate the service.
Tracy Suter
01:10:29
Very interesting and thought provoking, thank you both for your presentations! I have a client now, will check back at the recorded session for the rest :-)
Rita-anne Fuss
01:12:36
Sorry to have to leave for another zoom meeting now. Will watch the rest on the recording. Have a wonderful week everyone!
Rachel Bromberg
01:12:39
Our GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/build-a-mental-health-emergency-service-in-toronto
Angie Hamilton
01:13:02
Great initiatives and presentations! Thanks for both.
Rachal Pattison
01:14:02
Thank you very much for your presentations and both of your passion and hard work!
Paul Toner
01:15:21
Amazing and exciting presentations. Thanks!
Kate Thomas-Peter
01:15:42
I have to leave but congratulate both presenters on their great work! thank you.
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
01:15:53
Are you on Twitter? If so, let’s be friends! Follow us at @Frayme_Cadre to stay up-to-date on the latest news and announcements from Frayme.
Andriana Vinnitchok
01:16:04
thanks Rachel! Glad it’s being evaluated
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
01:17:05
https://twitter.com/hi_speakbox
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
01:17:18
https://twitter.com/reachout_to
Rachel Bromberg
01:17:21
Here’s all our social media and contact info: Rachel Bromberg - rachel@reachouttoronto.caAsante Haughton - asante@reachouttoronto.cawww.ReachOutToronto.cawww.facebook.com/ReachOutTorontohttps://twitter.com/ReachOut_TO
Rachel Bromberg
01:17:38
https://instagram.com/reachout_to
Aidan Scott
01:18:13
Happy to connect by email as well, please reach out to Aidan@speakbox.ca
Leticia Mizon
01:18:26
https://linktr.ee/TheNamelessST
Tamir @Frayme
01:18:31
We'll share all these links and emails in the email that goes out tomorrow as well
Tamir @Frayme
01:18:46
If you've registered you will receive the email with the links and recording automatically
John Weekes
01:19:03
Super interesting discussion, Rachel and Aidan! -HRI friends :-)
Carmelle Wolfson
01:21:19
Thanks, Aidan! That’s helpful. I’m considering opening a private practice at sometime. So good to know that you can use the open format in the shared notes function.
Andriana Vinnitchok
01:21:40
Rachel, is any of your research and literature reviews/scan of existing programmes that are similar published and accessible? I’d be interested in reading more about it
Anita Corsini
01:22:22
Very happy/relieved to hear that!
Maddi Mathon
01:22:43
Andriana - You can see the report we submitted to the city here - https://reachouttoronto.ca/resources - and as we’re preparing more information, more resources will be added to that page!
Yalinee Barendra
01:22:56
thank you so much!
Louise Murray-Leung
01:23:17
family as defined :)
Devika Deonarine @ Frayme
01:24:35
We’re running out of time but we’d love to continue the conversation. If you have additional questions or if we didn’t get a chance to answer your question, please get in touch by emailing Frayme.info@theroyal.ca
Louise Murray-Leung
01:25:10
Definition of family co-developed with Centre of excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health: family: a circle of care and support that offers enduringcommitment to care for one another, and is made up ofindividuals related biologically, emotionally, culturally orlegally. This includes those who the person receiving careidentifies as significant to their well-being.
Anita Corsini
01:25:27
Thank you so much everyone!
Nicole Deeb
01:25:30
Thank you so much !! I love hearing the exciting updates from you Rachel !!
Katherine Hay
01:25:45
Thank you very much for your presentations. Excellent work
Louise Murray-Leung
01:25:50
Thank you everyone!
Nicole Deeb
01:25:51
Can't wait to let my politicians know how excited I am about these pilots !!
Isabelle Hébert
01:25:54
beautiful presentation :) ty for this!
Carmelle Wolfson
01:26:00
Thanks!