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Youth Project (Those Kids are Our Kids) Zoom Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Mark Conroy
36:02
Silly question has this meeting started? Because I'm not hearing any audio.
Brent Ellis
36:21
HI Mark
Brent Ellis
36:37
Yes maybe check you sound on your end please
Brent Ellis
45:25
Hello - just a reminder you can submit any question to Brent Ellis we will answer these during the Q&A
rache
48:33
Sound in and out
Brent Ellis
49:24
That is Marg's internet connection causing this issue. She lives in a rural area sorry
Mark Conroy
49:47
Thanks
Mark Conroy
51:29
the power point be sent to our emails.
Brent Ellis
52:17
PowerPoint will be available on the Health Unit site under Partnerships - TKOK
Mark Conroy
53:02
Awesome thanks
Brent Ellis
53:28
You are welcome hope you are enjoying the presentation
Mark Conroy
53:43
So far so good.
Mark Conroy
56:06
What were the age range of the youth at drop-in?
Brent Ellis
56:34
Target Group is 12-18 ages
Mark Conroy
59:07
What kind of conversation came out of this from the youth?
Brent Ellis
59:35
I would suggest you lookat the reports at the Health Unit site
Mark Conroy
59:47
ok
Rob Adams
01:02:17
Hi Mark, what the teens and youth shared was that they define what is "safe" differently than what we may define. Also the arts, culture, opportunities was very high on the interest scale. It was less about being "programmed" and about creating the space or opportunity to choose. Also Peer, to peer lead.
Brent Ellis
01:02:47
Thanks Rob
Mark Conroy
01:03:39
Thanks Rob
Tammy Hurlbert
01:07:49
Thanks Rob, that's a great summary of what was heard that day.
rache
01:12:56
Must leave. Great work and thank you for sharing.
Tammy Hurlbert
01:13:33
I have to go, thanks to all for providing this update.
Sue Poldervaart - RNJ Youth Services
01:13:50
I have to go as well. Thank you for the update!
KYC
01:16:34
Thanks for the presentation.
KYC
01:16:39
Barb T.
Rob Adams
01:17:43
Jenni, as it relates to our programs and services before COVID we ensured the environment was inclusive and support workers and or caregivers could attend to offer support. At the time too, we were look at hiring "inclusion" staff or one on one supprt
Chris Radford-UWLG
01:18:29
Very informative. Thanks to everyone for your ongoing efforts to support youth in our community.
Jenny Smith
01:19:29
Thank you Rob! that information is helpful as well.