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Trauma Informed Practice with Communities - Shared screen with speaker view
Annie Cumming
05:26
hello everyone
Debra Smith
05:59
Good afternoon everyone. All well in Simpson
Julie Melia
06:08
Hi everyone. I’m listening while working :)
André C.
06:22
Hello everyone
anna
06:45
Hi all, Anna Loughrey here from Maidstone Community Centre
SARA GANDERTON-SPENCER
06:48
hi everyone from Sara at Cheltenham CC
jenny lister
06:58
Hi everyone no audio or vision on this computer
Isabel
07:33
Hi People from from Alamein Neighbourhood and Learning Centre
Manager Segue Stratford
07:44
hi all from segue -Stratford.
Charmaine Delaney
08:01
Hi everyone from Donald Learning Group Inc - Donald.
Helen Rodd
08:12
Hello Helen Rodd here - from Hot House Community Projects. Also connected to WFNH and Network West. One of the custodians of the Community Development Practitioners Community of Practice in the west :)
Lauren's iPhone
11:53
👋👋
Lauren's iPhone
12:09
you too Helen
Lauren's iPhone
12:33
we’re going well if not topsy turvy
Lauren's iPhone
12:48
v busy
Lauren's iPhone
12:56
and yourself?
Sarah W Family Life
44:54
Hi everyone please feel free to drop comments questions in here for discussion!
Kristine Rawlinson
48:39
I love the comment about creating/maintaining a place that is consistent (even if we feel it is boring). Change, even if positive is stressful and the last thing our communities need right now is more stress.
Charmaine Delaney
50:29
Please advise if we will be provided with copy of slides at the end, thank you.
NH Vic
50:38
Tom - I completely understand what you say about getting people to move out of this 'limbic' response, but it can be difficult to get people to do the kind of grounding exercise that you did with us earlier. What else can we try - getting them to talk about something safe/unrelated like their dog or the last movie that they saw - would something like that work?
NH Vic
51:16
Yes Charmaine - a copy of the slides will be made available
Sarah W Family Life
51:26
Hi all
Charmaine Delaney
51:28
Thank you.
Sarah W Family Life
51:46
Slides will be available after presentation and Nicole is managing the recording
NH Vic
52:39
Nicole is very successfully managing the recording!!!
Kevin Vivian
53:15
Sorry Tom, but your voice goes very fuzzy at times.
Debra Smith
53:19
Well done Nicole.
André C.
56:00
Can you show the e-mail again please?
Sarah W Family Life
56:19
ajansen@familylife.com.au
André C.
56:34
Thank you
Rowie @ Bennettswood NH
57:21
thanks
anna
57:34
Tom were you suggesting adult play can be a form of necessary grounding?
Chris Hill
01:01:01
The Lifeline Accidental counsellor training was really helpful for staff to manage these challenges
Annie Cumming
01:03:27
calming music playing in the background at start of a ZOOM get together relaxes folks👩🏻‍💻🌻Annie@Wavlink
Sarah W Family Life
01:03:44
Thanks Chris I have heard others say the Accidental Counsellor training is great!
Holly
01:04:37
Mental Health First Aid is a great evidence-based course too.
Rowie @ Bennettswood NH
01:04:55
Loneliness
Vicki Forde
01:05:06
Older people scared in particular to leave their homes
Charmaine Delaney
01:05:15
Ignoring social distancing
Vicki Forde
01:05:52
People are also in a hurry for this to all be over!
Charmaine Delaney
01:05:55
Some elderly saying it is rubbish - not taking it seriously
Kristine Rawlinson
01:06:13
Talking Mats is a great concrete tool to use to document conversations....where people can talk and problem solve about how they are travelling.
antona.ward
01:06:37
feelings of disconnection without face to face contact with clients, I've found the phone contact challenging with rural clients
Kevin Vivian
01:06:40
In think the mental health aspect at management and senior management /governance levels is manifesting in very interesting and complex ways.
Julie Melia
01:07:00
A big one is the stress for staff of enforcing social distancing and making adjustments to House activities and keeping staff and participants safe once we return to ‘normal’ services
Sarah W Family Life
01:07:10
Some great suggestions here!
Therese Newport Outlets
01:07:17
no one is presenting any major concerns mainly the worry of 2nd wave of CoVid but are all managing well and pleased with our diligence in the hygiene procedures we have in place ie: our ER dept which is face-to-face and our Childcare.
Kristine Rawlinson
01:07:27
I think this has been a really good opportunity to highlight people's skills and capacity to be a really useful volunteer.
Holly
01:07:34
some people are too busy to engage in learning with kids at home. But loving phone call check-ins from us and positive social media posts and "throwback" photos. They love hearing/seeing our own kids at home to normalize that chaos.
Julie Melia
01:08:51
‘Throw back’ photos are a great idea - although Facebook posts would still need photo consent
Arielle
01:09:03
Students sad about not having a 'true graduation /senior year' celebration
Joeline
01:09:20
what can be a good strategy for mothers with increased responsibility and demand in the home, i.e. some of our clients are overwhelmed with the conflict between social isolation and increased demand looking after multiple children and having to homeschool, maintain a safe home, respond to children trauma
Vicki Forde
01:09:25
We have had staff and other volunteers state their concern about others to not follow the necessary processes if we "allow" them back
Melissa Rigby
01:09:34
I love the 'CPR' approach Connect, Protect, Respect
anna
01:09:39
Any gentle antidotes to catastrophising?
Charmaine Delaney
01:09:55
The public believing they have a choice as to whether they will get the virus so should go out when they should not.
Rowie @ Bennettswood NH
01:10:32
worry about what you can control and writing it down.
Chris Hill
01:10:33
Thank you for the session really important - please reach out if you need any support. take care !
Kristine Rawlinson
01:10:34
I wonder if Houses can be a place where people can anonymously express their concerns, questions, fears that can be addressed in a more public form
Pamela Mills
01:11:51
Thank you for a great session
Petra Van Vliet
01:11:54
I also want to send NHVic a great big thank you for offering this session. both Tom and Sarah have provided an amazing trauma-informed care within community
Melissa Rigby
01:11:57
than you for a great session today. Much appreciated.
Julie Melia
01:12:04
Thank you for that - ‘good enough is good enough’ - agree as long as health & safety is protected
lnewman
01:12:18
Thank you very much
Arielle
01:12:19
Thank you all for this wonderful insight
Petra Van Vliet
01:13:01
again the importance of social determinants for mental health
Catherine Collopy
01:13:20
Wonderful session and so helpful. Thank you
Kevin Vivian
01:13:22
I apologise for arriving late, previous meeting went over-time and I now have to go again - many thanks great session
Charmaine Delaney
01:13:23
Thank you relevant right now.
SARA GANDERTON-SPENCER
01:13:29
thanks for a useful session today
Emily Mercer
01:13:45
Thank you NHVic and Family Life, this is really important content and so useful to us at this time. Especially in the planning for our response in supporting our communities now
Debra Smith
01:14:00
Thank you Sarah, Tom and NH Vic. Positive and informative session.
Joeline
01:14:05
Thankyou and take care
Di NCC
01:14:10
Thank-you :)
Tamara from Wavlink
01:14:15
Thank you, very useful session
Rowie @ Bennettswood NH
01:14:15
Thank you NHVic and Tom, Sarah
Budja Budja Neighbourhood house
01:14:20
Thanks
Lauren's iPhone
01:14:21
👍👏👏
anna
01:14:22
Thank you.
May
01:14:25
Thank you for the great presentation. LOVE TO RECICEVE A COPY OF RECORDED PRESENTATION.
Jasdip
01:14:30
Thank you.
Holly
01:14:31
thank you
Charmaine Delaney
01:14:32
Love it!
Mel Fry
01:14:34
Thank you great session
Theresa - ANLC
01:14:37
Thankyou
Maree Cullinan
01:14:37
Thank you Tom, Sarah and the team at NH Vic
Cameron.MacRae
01:14:40
The recording will be on the website.
Wendy inspired
01:15:02
Thank you, such a great session.