Community Conversations- National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), Partners in Deaf Health (PDH), and Rochester School for the Deaf (RSD) - Shared screen with speaker view
Yes, I'm officially in but still working on video access
Someone's microphone is on and producing a lot of noise - something about "mental health" is what I'm hearing. Sounds like a news broadcast.
Can we mute everyone please?
I believe Ebony must do that.
it looks like it is Peggy?
a cohost can mute
How do I mute mine. I think mine ismuted?
We are muting all except speaker give us a moment thx
I’m not seeing the captions
It did for a moment, then stopped
It's impossible to know unless someone is talking.
Curious, are subtitles provided via ASR or CART?
Live captions are on
Where is captioning?
Thank you so much Adam!
You are very welcome! Have a wonderful night!
Did you or anyone have a choice of vaccines?
In my experience, you have to receive the vaccine that is used by the place you get the vaccination from.
Presenters, please address: when someone has a strong opinion regarding which vaccine they want, how would they go about determining which vaccination site (location) etc., will offer them the vaccine they prefer.
How do I make a hand because I have a question?
TJ Sanger II (he,him,his)
Christin is back.
Thank you to all the presenters and partners
We do have a recording for this
But this is being recorded. Can the recording be shared?
Ebony Caldwell (she, her, hers)
Yes, we post and share
Got a question: since pregnant women can get the vaccines so assuming it would be safe for women who breastfeed to get the vaccine?
Vernon Bonse is the President of ESAD
Yes It is safe for breastfeeding mothers to get the vaccine
Thank you again!!
Presenters, please address: when someone has a strong opinion regarding which vaccine they want, how would they go about determining which vaccination site (location) etc., will offer them the vaccine they prefer
Please also address about children being eligible/inelligible for vaccination.
good question Robert, unfortunately I don’t think there is a good way to tell ahead of time
you could always try calling the facility the morning of your vaccination date and ask them
children under the age of 16 are not eligible at this time
studies are underway and it may be available in the future
I know. :) That should be specifically mentioned.
Very informative. Thank you.
Keep your eyes open for dates March 27 and April 17. First shot on March 27 with follow up on April 17.
I got my first vaccine. They made my appt for 5 weeks out for second.
they said that was ok for Pfizer
Thank you all excellent
Thank you so much to all the presenters and community members that shared their stories!
Yes, Darcy, as long as second shot is within 6 weeks :)
Agree with Dr. Panko!
Thank you. this was at St Francis Hospital in Hartford.
TJ Sanger II (he,him,his)
Agreed! Thank you all. Very informative. Hope more opportunities of this kind of webinar is in near future. :-)
Thank you to our presenters and those on the panel - thank you for sharing your stories. Very helpful and informative!
Thank you for providing this for us!
Thank you to the community members for sharing and for asking great questions!
Thank you all for sharing your stories and questions
Thanks to the interpreters~