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Advancing Goal Concordant Care through Help Me Grow Implementation Meet the Project Partners: Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences (HOPE) - Shared screen with speaker view
Randee Gabriel
13:26
Can we get a copy of the presentation?
April Ravert
13:51
Good afternoon all--and yes please! I would like to share out to my team.
Cassandra Therriault
15:03
All materials, slides, and recording will be available on the Help Me Grow National Center website. https://helpmegrownational.org/resources/advancing-goal-concordant-care-through-help-me-grow-implementation-information-materials/
April Ravert
15:24
Thank you Cassie!
Aedra Jones
16:10
Good Afternoon. Welcome to the Advancing Goal Concordant Care through Help Me Grow Implementation Meet the Project Partners: Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences (HOPE) featuring Robert Sege.
Aedra Jones
19:33
There will be a question and answer period following Dr. Sege's presentation. Please feel free to submit your questions using the Q&A feature.
Sarah Zucker (she/her)
22:12
Learn more about HOPE here: https://positiveexperience.org
Sandra Leal
22:38
Thank you!
Sarah Zucker (she/her)
23:44
Learn more about the HMG National Center'sGoal Concordant Care project and how your system can get involved here:https://helpmegrownational.org/resources/advancing-goal-concordant-care-through-help-me-grow-implementation-information-materials/
Brooke Martin
26:00
Partnering with nurse family parnerships
Haley McCracken
26:19
Educating families about Adverse Childhood Expereinces and cultivating resilience in children and adolescents
Sarah McConnon
26:37
Using CHWs to connect with families
Chrissy Reiss
26:38
We have partnered with other community agencies to provide interactive activities for parents and children to learn about and practice developmental activities. Our home visiting programs also do many activities to nurture the parent-child relationship
Allison Goldschlag-Reinking
26:40
Home Visiting Programs, Parent/Child Activities,
Jennifer Sass-Walton
26:45
A local HMG priority in our community is to create healthy social connections. This is as important as connecting people to concrete supports.
Courtney Gupta
26:49
Helping connect families to home visiting programs and parent/child programs
Faith Rivera
26:50
using social media to share healthy relationship information
Brooke Martin
26:56
connecting families to basic needs they so they can focus on connection with their child
Sandra Leal
26:57
Connecting parents to parenting classes in their community
Kelly Isrow
27:01
We partner with agencies and offer ACEs trainings for the county to bring awareness
Jennifer Travis
27:21
Offer free developmental playgroups to support and nurture parent child relationship
Rebecca Hernandez
27:24
Refer parents Peer to Peer support groups sometimes reallted to a diagnosis or not.
Kathy Houston
27:29
How are past experiences with organizations that we now work with professionally and partner with could effect the relationship in the work
Ericka Dickerson
27:53
Sharing strategies with families to support milestone development.
Todd Elliott
27:56
Utilizing trauma informed care as a backdrop to parenting and social interactions with children.
Mary Florian
28:02
Find activities that parents and children can do together.
Brenda Roberson
28:03
Educating parents about Ages and Stages Questionaire.Cold developmental screening .Children Home Society of NJ.
Ashley Gaddy
28:08
We use Love and Logic in our Head Start Program
April Ravert
28:14
partnering with child health partners in more formal ways; growing our existing Navigation system of care models who are also Community Health Workers. We are also applying for NIH and SAMSHA grants this month to support and expand this work; our mission is of course to reduce ACES. WE are a statewide backbone affiliate.
Paulina Gyan
28:16
develop QT:30 with examples of activities parents can use with their children within 30 minutes
Brenda Roberson
28:27
Child development
Chrissy Reiss
29:55
Education on developmental milestones
Deanne Slafsky
30:14
work with basic needs meeting parents where they are so we can find resources in the community and referrals from the screenings
Chrissy Reiss
30:17
Resource connection for families
Sandra Leal
30:24
We use Social Determinants of Health to guide how we can connect families to resources in their community such as food, transportation, housing, finances
Jennifer Travis
30:24
We offer the SEEK (Safe Environment for Every Kid) tool to check if the family has their basic needs more or less met
Abby Bush
30:28
Ensuring families are enrolled in WIC
Mary Florian
30:29
Connect families to the resources needed
Allison Goldschlag-Reinking
30:33
Connecting families to the resources they need
April Ravert
30:44
We are beginning to offer the ESQ with all of our (0-6) children while offering them their ASQ screenings.
Jeannine Cartmell
30:48
Teaching parents about just being "present" in their children's lives!
Martha Marquez
30:57
praising the family for what they have achieved or the effort in looking for assistance/support/resources
Analy Martinez
31:05
Support the whole family. We make referrals to local Family Resource Centers
Paulina Gyan
31:06
partnerships with foodbanks and diaper banks
Jennifer Sass-Walton
31:11
providing basic needs items through a local family resource center, just started a child care strategies workgroup to address access to child care with provider retention to provide consistent caregiving
Sarah McConnon
31:19
Provided information to equip parents on how to care for their little ones and themselves.
Rebecca Hernandez
31:38
Always include a question about food/basic needs as part of the initial conversation with HMG.
April Ravert
32:09
Our WarmLine (statewide call line) staff is beginning to gain training and access to MEDES and FEDES so that we can offer level 3-4 tiers of support in addition to offering linkages to referrals for all services.
Sarah Zucker (she/her)
36:04
Dr. Ellis herself presented on this diagram, her work, and its relation to HMG at our last Forum. Watch her presentation here:https://helpmegrownational.org/resources/connecting-aces-equity-resilience/
April Ravert
36:39
That's awesome!
Kathy Houston
37:46
I love that you can pull out ACE's by looking at Positive Experiences. I've had situations where people wouldn't describe them as adverse or decline the ACE's screening, however when they describe their past (they even think it's positive or 'not as bad as someone else's) it actually very concerning and actually very disruptive, neglectful, unsafe etc.
Kathryn DeFilippo
39:30
Do you have any examples of a hope informed intake?
Courtney Gupta
41:24
I really appreciate having something to "answer" the ACEs with. I remember feeling so defeated the first time I learned about all the impacts of ACEs. And it makes me think about how we need to center these positive experiences in our advoacy for program development for families. It reminds me of where I worked before HMG - it was an after school youth program in Detroit that provided all four these positive experiences for about 20 families. I loved working there because it was small scale, but it was very impactful.
Jeannine Cartmell
44:37
Great information thus far!
LaVonia Abavana
45:31
Great information and presentation. Thanks so very much.
Nancy Ward
45:38
Definitely food for thought! Great to finally have this research!
Chrissy Reiss
45:39
Very interesting info, thank you!
Ericka Dickerson
47:25
I love the strength based approach to screening and supporting the family needs.
April Ravert
47:36
Is there training that we need to conduct these screenings? Is there a fee?
Ericka Dickerson
47:40
Are the materials free to access and/or at a fee?
Kimberly Martini-Carvell
48:52
We are looking to 1). have some universal resources for HMG affiliates and 2). develop some targeted resources via our next goal concordant care project.
Claritza Pena
49:14
Thank you for this information.
Sarah Zucker (she/her)
49:32
HOPE will be working with a small number of HMG affiliates later in 2022 through an RFP process to do more targeted capacity building work! This is related to #2 as mentioned by Kimberly above.
Doug Woodworth
51:03
Is this HOPE program in anyway connected to the programs being presented around the country by Chan M. Hellman, PhD and Angela Pharris, PhD from the University of Oklahoma?
Patty Moore
53:03
Love it! How did you choose your baby's name! Taking the strength based approach we have been using in early intervention (Part C IDEA) and broadening across all interactions is so long overdue. Thank you! This will help inform our work in planning for HMG in our community.
Noshin Ahmed
53:21
Learn more about the HMG National Center'sGoal Concordant Care project and how your system can get involved here:https://helpmegrownational.org/resources/advancing-goal-concordant-care-through-help-me-grow-implementation-information-materials/
Courtney Gupta
55:47
Thank you so much! This was awesome
Jennifer Sass-Walton
55:55
Thank you!!!
Natasha Jahani
55:57
Thank you!
Luz Rivera
55:57
Gracias!
Kelly Isrow
55:58
Thank you!
Martha Marquez
55:58
Thank you! Wonderful presentation