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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
Christin
19:00
Yes, I'm officially in but still working on video access
Robert Pollard
22:21
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.
IV Mirus
22:57
Can we mute everyone please?
Robert Pollard
23:34
I believe Ebony must do that.
Julie Lindsay
23:38
it looks like it is Peggy?
Julie Lindsay
23:55
a cohost can mute
Glen
24:07
How do I mute mine. I think mine ismuted?
Deborah Stamps
24:50
We are muting all except speaker give us a moment thx
Julie Reese
27:28
I’m not seeing the captions
Robert Pollard
28:29
It did for a moment, then stopped
Robert Pollard
29:01
It's impossible to know unless someone is talking.
Julia
31:48
Curious, are subtitles provided via ASR or CART?
Julia
32:01
Live captions are on
Julia
32:06
Awesome!
Julie Reese
32:08
TY!!! :)
Sadia
54:12
Where is captioning?
Nana Duffy
01:24:02
Thank you so much Adam!
Adam Long
01:24:25
You are very welcome! Have a wonderful night!
Karen Beiter
01:36:19
Did you or anyone have a choice of vaccines?
Robert Pollard
01:37:40
In my experience, you have to receive the vaccine that is used by the place you get the vaccination from.
Robert Pollard
01:42:02
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.
Glen
01:42:22
How do I make a hand because I have a question?
TJ Sanger II (he,him,his)
01:43:28
Christin is back.
Deborah Stamps
01:49:49
Thank you to all the presenters and partners
Hillary VanVleck
01:51:09
We do have a recording for this
Robert Pollard
01:51:14
But this is being recorded. Can the recording be shared?
Ebony Caldwell (she, her, hers)
01:52:49
Yes, we post and share
Marguerite Carrillo
01:53:12
Got a question: since pregnant women can get the vaccines so assuming it would be safe for women who breastfeed to get the vaccine?
Susan Demers-McLetchie
01:53:18
Vernon Bonse is the President of ESAD
Christin
01:53:54
Yes It is safe for breastfeeding mothers to get the vaccine
Marguerite Carrillo
01:55:15
Thank you!
Marguerite Carrillo
01:55:52
Thank you again!!
Robert Pollard
01:57:05
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
Robert Pollard
01:57:44
Please also address about children being eligible/inelligible for vaccination.
Nana Duffy
01:57:48
good question Robert, unfortunately I don’t think there is a good way to tell ahead of time
Nana Duffy
01:58:09
you could always try calling the facility the morning of your vaccination date and ask them
Nana Duffy
01:58:35
children under the age of 16 are not eligible at this time
Nana Duffy
01:58:52
studies are underway and it may be available in the future
Robert Pollard
01:58:55
I know. :) That should be specifically mentioned.
Nana Duffy
01:58:58
for kids
Julie Reese
01:59:37
Very informative. Thank you.
Karen Beiter
02:02:28
Keep your eyes open for dates March 27 and April 17. First shot on March 27 with follow up on April 17.
darcy
02:02:54
I got my first vaccine. They made my appt for 5 weeks out for second.
darcy
02:03:07
they said that was ok for Pfizer
darcy
02:03:10
agree?
Deborah Stamps
02:03:16
Thank you all excellent
Nana Duffy
02:03:35
Thank you so much to all the presenters and community members that shared their stories!
Tiffany Panko
02:04:15
Yes, Darcy, as long as second shot is within 6 weeks :)
Jason Rotoli
02:04:32
Agree with Dr. Panko!
darcy
02:04:38
Thank you. this was at St Francis Hospital in Hartford.
TJ Sanger II (he,him,his)
02:04:50
Agreed! Thank you all. Very informative. Hope more opportunities of this kind of webinar is in near future. :-)
Adrianna Smart
02:05:22
Thank you to our presenters and those on the panel - thank you for sharing your stories. Very helpful and informative!
Marguerite Carrillo
02:05:32
Thank you for providing this for us!
Jason Rotoli
02:05:49
Thank you to the community members for sharing and for asking great questions!
Pamela Conley
02:06:05
Thank you all for sharing your stories and questions
Robert Pollard
02:06:28
Thanks to the interpreters~