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Talking with Kids about COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
melainavonbehren
31:57
St. Joseph, MI
Alyson
32:05
Minneapolis, MN
Barbara Robinson
32:05
Brockville Ontario clergy
Jennifer Lutes
32:05
Chicago, IL Child Life Specialist
129765
32:05
Toronto, school social worker
ssmiley
32:06
Windsor, ON
SBARBER
32:06
Windsor, ON
Karen Tinning
32:08
Probation Officer working with young people in Ontario
Cathy McDonaldReis
32:08
Hi Andrea, long time no chat :) Waterloo School Social Worker
Urania
32:10
Hi from Puerto Rico. I am a Child Life Specialist
Jenna
32:10
Windsor, Ontario
Nat Contreras
32:13
Chicago, IL
Marisa Cicero
32:15
Toronto ON, SW, child welfare
Alyson
32:17
Minneapolis, MN Child Life Specialist
Kristen Medica
32:17
Child Life Specialist in Chicago, IL
Laurie Solmon
32:18
Toronto, Child and family therapist in private practice
Pastor Jack
32:20
Pastor in Brockville Ontario
Becky Ahrens
32:21
St Thomas, ON Supportive Care
Sue Repa
32:21
Dr Bob Kemp Hospice and Camp Keaton Hamilton
Lynne Carrière
32:24
Timmins, Ontario, Grief consultant at our funeral home
Linda Bream
32:24
Guelph, Ontario
Marissa W
32:26
Hi I'm a child life specialist from Dallas Tx
Veronique
32:27
Waterloo Region - School Social Worker
Quarantine Queen
32:27
Child life specialist from NC
Emily Smith
32:29
Hello Everyone, my name is Emily Smith and I am in Cambridge, Ontario. I am a Clinical Social Worker in private practice
Alicd
32:30
Sodus/ Eau Claire, MI
Kristen Dingle
32:37
Hospital Social Worker
Sarah Hughes
32:41
Calgary, AB I’m a Child Life Specialist
Urania
32:45
Is video disabled or is my camera shot?
Catherine Corcoran
32:47
Listowel, ON Grief Specialist, Director of Hospice Services
Alicd
32:57
Behavior Interventionist
tammy
32:58
Good morning everyone, Tammy from Sudbury Ontario
Williams Fam
33:03
Bowmanville Ontario. work in Graphic/creative design and stay home Mom.
kkelly
33:14
Resource Consultant with Children First from Windsor, Ontario.
cjohnson
33:14
Carole Johnson, Resource Consultant, Children First , Windsor, Ontario
Shadd
33:41
Child Life Specialist Toronto
Becka Soyka
33:44
Hi Urania. Video should be disabled for all participants except the presenters. Thanks!
mbezaire
33:56
Good morning, Melanie from Windsor, ON. Resource Consultant, Children First.
Urania
34:08
Thanks was worried
Becka Soyka
34:13
:)
Rita Ross
34:51
hi from ottawa ontario I am an rece who works with teen moms and infants and toddlers
P0122402
35:04
hi I am Despina a School Social Worker from Caledon Ontario
iPad (4)
35:14
Cheryl, from London, Bereaved Families of Ontario - Southwest Region
Ivy
35:28
Good morning, Ivy here. From Jacksons Point Ont. :)
Melissa
41:34
Maryland, Hospice Grief Counselor
Becka Soyka
01:31:18
Dan Seigal Website: https://www.drdansiegel.com/Name it to Tame it video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcDLzppD4Jc
Ivy
01:32:41
Love the hand model. Can be easily adapted for those with non verbal, deaf, special needs, etc.
Alexis Emi
01:44:53
Any extra ideas to help support kids who's parents are frontline health workers and parent is self-isolating (to prevent potentially spreading the virus) and kids are missing their caregiver(s)
Ivy
01:45:02
From one grief warrier to other grief warriors....thank you for providing this opportunity. Great webinar and great reminders of tools etc.
Becky Ahrens
01:45:34
Thanks for this wonderful presentation!
Marisa Cicero
01:46:26
Wondering if you have any tips/resources to support children interacting with adults wearing PPE. this is new for some settings (like child welfare) and both the adults and children and families are keen to make these interactions as successful as possible. thanks!
Ivy
01:48:58
Recently I have done some advocacy work for ppl with disabiliites and people with hearing loss that use sign language or lip reading. Use the eyes/eyebrows to help with communication. Use basic symbols like thumbs up, thumbs down. Establish what helps and what hinders and ask. Some people know but they are not asked in covid environments.
eshuang
01:49:08
I love this video from CHEO regarding PPE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMkm63GQdSI
eshuang
01:51:57
I"ve also seen some creative ways to reduce fear of PPE for kids such as adults putting their picture on top of their gowns so they know who is behind the PPE... or decorating the outside of their shield with stickers (while it is clean)
Alyson
01:53:29
I'm getting pushback from our nurses about having a button with their pictures on it with how oten they're in and out of rooms
Alyson
01:53:40
Anyone else with creative ideas?
Shadd
01:54:29
Our nurses have been wearing the button on their scrub cap so always visible and can be wiped down.
Ryan
01:55:25
Good morning. I wonder about messaging to older youth resulting in having an adverse effect. My own experience in sharing some of these messages with youth has been youth feeling they are not in the high risk demographic, will only be subject to mild symptoms after a discussion/conversation. It's almost like youth feel this messaging validates their engagement in risky behavior.
eshuang
01:55:41
I love laminating everything (like pictures and artwork) so they can be wiped down!
Courtney
01:59:22
Thank you so much! This has been a fantastic webinar.
Vanessa M.
01:59:50
Thanks so much :) This was a great webinar!
Emily Smith
02:02:22
Thank you very very much; the webinar was so helpful!:)
Urania
02:02:37
Thank all of you. !
Cathy McDonaldReis
02:02:40
Thank you to all of you!
Marisa Cicero
02:02:46
thanks so much!
iPad (4)
02:02:47
Thank you ALL SO much!
iPad (4)
02:03:09
Extremely helpful!
Alexis Emi
02:03:28
Much gratitude for sharing your experiences and wisdom!
Kristin Brown
02:03:52
Thank you ladies for taking the time to put this together and share with all of us!
Kelly Aitchison
02:03:55
Thank you so much! This has been super helpful. As a parent and a teacher, you’re work is something I’d love to share with my partner and staff as we move forward. Thanks for all of your hard work.
Ivy
02:04:35
If anyone is working with deaf kids and needs some basic sign please do not hesitate to reach out.