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Pieces of the Same Puzzle: The Role of Culture in Person-Centered Thinking, Planning, and Practice - Shared screen with speaker view
Rebecca Waldman
33:34
Hello. Rebecca Waldman, RN, Assessor at Aetna BH of OH
Missy Wrigley
34:12
Hi, Missy Wrigley from CT here.
Chacku Mathai
34:19
Hi everyone!
Melissa Burnett
34:26
This webinar is being recorded. We will post the pdf slides, a Plain Language summary, and a recording of the webinar on ncapps.acl.gov within two weeks.If you’d like to download a pdf version of the slides today, you can access them at https://www.hsri.org/files/uploads/publications/NCAPPSwebinar_RoleOfCultureInPersonCenteredSystems_190709.pdfThis webinar will be captioned in English and Spanish. To view the Spanish captioning, please use this link: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=HSRI-SPANISHAll webinar attendees have been muted. Please use the chat to communicate with the webinar organizers and presenters.There will be a brief real-time evaluation at the end of the webinar. If you have suggestions on how we might improve NCAPPS webinars, or if you have ideas or requests for future webinar topics, please send us a note at NCAPPS@acl.hhs.gov
regina Russell
34:39
Hi Everyone.
Joshua Englehart
35:48
Hi everyone. Abigail and Josh here...Elder Abuse Victim Specialists from Michigan
Kristine Williamson
36:02
nothing on screen?
Carol Blessing
36:42
hello everyone! Carol Blessing from YTI at Cornell Univ!
Mary Simpson
36:59
I am able to see the slides, Kris.
Brenda Cossé
45:58
Important.
Bevin Croft
48:22
Hi all, English captioning will be up momentarily. Apologies for the delay.
Julia Kelly
48:24
can u point me to the live captioning please
Melissa Burnett
49:26
Closed Captioning in English has started
Brenda Cossé
49:47
How does culture permeats, reflects, impacts political views?
Julia Kelly
49:59
link please as i can't access it without the link
Mari Moen
50:44
Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device: https://zoom.us/w/665414347?tk=3MG_byXC7ZJA7w-z67lqElDcR8s3JaLynH8YlP0044I.DQEAAAAAJ6lqyxZRX0FWV0N1bVRZLTBMTjZsZjdJTlpRAA&uuid=WN_DBnWGy6YRcS5HVMVZNo32g
Tina Pinedo
50:54
Link to CART: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=HSRI
Missy Wrigley
54:30
not able to respond
regina Russell
54:52
I am not seeing my responses to the poll questions.
Melissa Musotto
55:11
It won't let me click on anything
Brenda Cossé
55:21
Sorry, not able to respond.
Carol Kramme
55:34
I couldn't respond either
Deborah VanderVoort
55:39
Not seeing my responses
RoAnne Chaney
58:10
No access to survey
Sheila Rhodes
58:13
It would not accept my response either.
Melissa Burnett
01:00:39
Slides will be available on ncapps.acl.gov within 2 weeks
Melissa Burnett
01:02:26
f you’d like to download a pdf version of the slides today, you can access them at https://www.hsri.org/files/uploads/publications/NCAPPSwebinar_RoleOfCultureInPersonCenteredSystems_190709.pdf
Brenda Cossé
01:03:16
,pdf Thx
Melissa Burnett
01:04:02
Spanish Closed Captioning can be viewed in a separate window using this link: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=HSRI-SPANISH
Jeremy Haddle
01:04:34
it does not work
Lynn Wilson
01:05:09
Excellent presentation, I appreciate the historical perspective.
Rebecca Waldman
01:06:32
Hello
Carol Blessing
01:09:07
Lynn, make sure you check out the reference provided earlier in the presentation on the origins of person-centered planning by Connie Lyle O’Brien and John O’Brien for a complete picture! it’s a great and critical resource!
Rebecca Waldman
01:09:35
It has helped me having a friend who has been quadriplegic since age 18 and I have respected her strength and adaptibility
Rebecca Waldman
01:11:07
Education doesn't always come with a degree
Lynn Wilson
01:11:17
Thank you Carol ... I will! This information seems to get lost in so many conversations today!
Eileen Burk
01:11:25
This material is great! Can we share this material with others within the agency? Are there any limitations to our usage?
Rebecca Waldman
01:12:58
Perspective
regina Russell
01:13:37
True that education does not always come with a degree, however, if one desires to be a part of a higher socioeconomic group, the degree is absolutely necessary in a culture that is pre-dominantly European, Caucasian.
Rebecca Waldman
01:15:18
We can still learn from those who don't have a degree, their culture and life experience and many learn differently and feel standardized education tests does not work for everyone but appreciate your comment
regina Russell
01:15:41
My time resources may be used 40 hours weekly in a hospital observing for 12 years post highschool, but the education i gain from the time expenditure will never get me a nursing or medical license or practice.
Carol Blessing
01:16:01
no worries, Lynn! Happy to share resources, so if you want to reconnect to the roots of person-centered work, hit me up! cjb39@cornell.edu
Bevin Croft
01:16:51
You are welcome to share the material with others. The pdf slides are available for download here: https://www.hsri.org/files/uploads/publications/NCAPPSwebinar_RoleOfCultureInPersonCenteredSystems_190709.pdf, and they will be available on ncapps.acl.gov along with a recording in two weeks or so.Please be sure to attribute the content to the developers, Georgetown University National Center for Cultural Competence
Brenda Cossé
01:18:24
majority-minority?
Carol Blessing
01:18:36
Chacku always drops wisdom nuggets. A new question I am walking away with “what is this person’s narrative? Is their very presence seen or experienced as counter-culture?”
Chacku Mathai
01:19:13
Thanks Carol!
Bevin Croft
01:19:31
"Wisdom nuggets" - I like that!
Carol Blessing
01:20:30
:)
Chacku Mathai
01:21:57
To E. Beal’s comment/question: I do feel that greater attention and valuing of our similarities is a path to our ability to unify, however, our capacity to understand our differences and their value as well, is how we can reach our capacity for pluralism, which for me, is a greater value and capacity.
Rebecca Waldman
01:22:28
Work at times in a very appalachian area and need approach they can relate to. These are English caucasian people but have a different culture
Chacku Mathai
01:22:33
It’s just not an either/or situation.
Brenda Cossé
01:22:51
Concur w/Chacku.
Brenda Cossé
01:25:36
Yes, Self-Identify, not assume. Some identify w/disability not as prioritize. But, say socity/cultur/norms/bias try to force them to always focus on the "disabikity" aspect.
Rebecca Waldman
01:25:37
So true, different cultures do revere their elders and have great respect and care for them
Jackie Hinckley
01:26:10
Don’t forget about those individuals who have limited English/language ability due to a disability. Intersectionality! According to the American Speech Language Hearing Association, as many as 14% of Americans experience some kind of speech, language, and/or hearing disability.
Bevin Croft
01:27:47
Hey all, if you want to chat with all participants, be sure to select "All panelists and attendees." If you select only "All panelists," your comment will go just to the presenters.
e beal
01:29:41
Hum..."common values" and "independent living" in the same sentence. Very interesting in this context.
Rebecca Waldman
01:29:50
Interesting
shaistha karipi
01:29:57
can i please get the recording of this webinar?i missed few minutes in the beginning.
Julia Kelly
01:30:46
great material here! cultural relativism and using the holistic approach :)
Bevin Croft
01:31:30
Hi Shaistha, the recording will be up on ncapps.acl.gov within two weeks. We'll email all of you when it is up.
Imani PardueBishop
01:31:31
I have a question: as PCT is really individualistic (and Western) how do we adjust PCT services to support those in collectivist culture? Also how do we accommodate the family unit, without neglecting the individual's needs/wants?
shaistha karipi
01:32:05
Thank you!
Brenda Cossé
01:34:00
Imani PardueBishop... good ?
Rebecca Waldman
01:34:00
Thank you
Roxy Ortiz
01:34:45
Good question Imani! I would be also interested in practicing PCP in multigenerational immigrant families. Where differences are clearly distinguished between each generation.
Rebecca Waldman
01:34:53
Agree
Imani PardueBishop
01:34:58
Yes!
e beal
01:37:19
Rightsandresponsibility are playing out here, too. (and I ran the words togeter on purpose)
Rebecca Waldman
01:37:32
thank you
e beal
01:38:29
Any one on the panel think that time (and all that it will bring with it) will "cure" this issue?
Brenda Cossé
01:39:55
Yes, Roxy Ortiz... PCP "multigenerational" "immigrant" "families"
Brenda Cossé
01:40:41
No, not time. Thinking, Planning, Practice will.
e beal
01:42:52
Time will give us TPP...yes?
Rebecca Waldman
01:43:40
me too
Carol Blessing
01:44:04
integrity to the intentional values and principles of person-centered planning ....time will not.
Susanna Ho
01:44:56
Thanks!
Brenda Cossé
01:45:17
No, not time. Rather "intentional", sincere TPP.
karla goodman
01:45:33
great presentation and discussion
Lynn Wilson
01:46:00
Agree - change requires deep and wide intention.
e beal
01:46:09
Sorry to seem like I'm diggig in my heels, but TPP, intentionality, success...all come with time.
Carol Blessing
01:47:04
not even PCT...intentional, respectful relationship... which can’t happen without respecting the person’s culture.
Lupita Gorordo
01:47:06
good webinar organization!
Elisa DeJesus
01:47:18
Geat webinar, it expanded my understanding of person centerdness
Mary Beth Lepkowsky
01:47:22
time will not heal.... intentional efforts to build relationships will. We must bring our whole selves to our work and change the way we view our relationship with people who use long term services and supports
Jessica Keys
01:47:40
Waiting on time is passive. We have to be assertive and intentional.
Carol Blessing
01:49:09
Andy’s point is spot on. It is about people and authenticity in relationship. Tools and processes are only as good as the intention behind them....
Lisa Jardin
01:49:32
What about deaf culture and ASL as the primary languages? Is data not collected at all on this culture?
Brenda Cossé
01:49:56
Lisa Jardin, good ?
Lisa Jardin
01:50:27
Self determination is greatly influenced by the writers of the medicaid grant seeing through his/her own cultural lens.
Lynn Wilson
01:50:34
Agree, Carol.
Hope Roberts
01:50:56
any thoughts about how to measure the cultural competency of an organization or processes?
Siena Sanches
01:51:41
good webinar it is especially important to be mindful and aware of our client cultural background to understand them as a person
Brenda Cossé
01:52:34
Right, "equality" and "equity" are different.
Lori Brannan
01:52:40
Very interesting webinar. Loved the real perspectives from Andy and Chacku...and it makes sense that it takes time, progress but also education not influence to be fully, culturally person centered.
Lisa Jardin
01:52:54
There is a difference between what is equal and whaat is equatble.
jilldramsey
01:53:21
Really excellent topic and information. THANK YOU.
Laurie Mantz
01:58:14
Excellent presentation!! Opening the conversation!
Pamela Cummings
01:59:12
Thank you! This has been very informative.
e beal
01:59:45
Very good and thought-ful program.
Carol Blessing
02:00:07
keep bringing in Chacku!
Brenda Cossé
02:00:59
Relevant and relatable webinar. Thx
Bevin Croft
02:01:05
HUGE thanks to Tawara, Andy, and Chacku. And to all of you for this energizing discussion! Let's keep it going!
Rebecca Waldman
02:01:22
Thanks.
Lynda Anderson
02:01:39
I can't submit questions for some reason, but thanks for the interesting webinar
e beal
02:01:44
Add NA to the questions/survey.
Deborah VanderVoort
02:01:52
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Teka Moten
02:02:00
You'll have to click a suggestion for #6 in order to submit!!
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02:02:15
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02:03:07
Another category for identifying - Non profit advocacy organization
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02:03:38
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02:03:43
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Deborah VanderVoort
02:03:45
Thank you
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02:04:21
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02:04:33
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