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Trauma: The Effects of the Pandemic on African American Families - Shared screen with speaker view
Sholanda Smith
51:46
Good morning!
myron hodge
51:55
Good morning
Nicholas C Blum
51:58
“To activate captions, click on the closed captioning button at the bottom of the meeting screen for caption options. Please note the “full transcript” view is now available as an option. If you are joining via facebook live, you may also need to activate captions by clicking the gear icon at the bottom of the video screen.”If there are issues with the captions in zoom or your prefer to view the captions through an external website, the link is: https://captionpros.1capapp.com/event/aacd
Regine Bazile-Julien
52:04
Good morning!
Kamrica Ary-Turner
52:05
Good Morning!
Shannon Rivas
52:07
Good morning everybody!
Alyson McCord
52:18
Good morning.
Nicholas C Blum
52:26
“One way to see the ASL interpretation is to find the ASL interpreter(s) in the participant list, and then right click and select the “pin video” option for that person. This will allow you to keep the interpretation video front and center during the meeting. The hosts will also “spotlight for everyone” the active ASL interpreter, so it should automatically come to the front, as well. The ASL interpreters will be switching off during the session.”“In this meeting, there are two ASL interpreters named “ASL - Jeremy” and “ASL – Audrey.” Both interpreters are co-hosts, so their names should be near the top of the participant list. To access the participants list, click the “participants” button at the bottom of the meeting screen.”
Kenya Sesay
52:30
Good Morning
Nicholas C Blum
52:40
“If a speaker begins or ends to share their screen, you may have to re-pin the ASL video each time. During a screen share, make sure that “side-by-side” mode is selected under “view options” prior to pinning the interpreter. To adjust the size of the interpreter’s video compared to the shared screen, mouse over to reveal the line dividing the two screens, and then click and drag that line to the left or right depending on your needs.”“During the screen share, all presenter cameras will be off, so that the ASL interpreters are visible on the Facebook live stream. Prior and post the screen share, we invite all presenters to activate cameras, as the multiple spotlight functionality will carry over to Facebook in this circumstance.”
david stewart
52:59
Hello from the IL-IA Center For Independent Living, Quad Cities.
Sasha Jacobs
53:06
Thank you!
Sunshine King
53:12
Good morning
Sasha Jacobs
53:13
& Good morning!
LaTaasha Byrd
53:21
Welcome everyone from Orlando, FL - Family Network on Disabilities
Nicholas C Blum
53:28
In the event we reach capacity, please find the Annual African American Conference on Disabilities Facebook page and watch the livestream. Search for the name above or use the username @AfricanAmericanConferenceOnDisabilities .Short version into a browser:@AfricanAmericanConferenceOnDisabilities
Daisy Rivenbark
53:38
Hello everyone :)
Anika Myers
53:49
Good morning!
Sandra Rush
53:51
Good Morning from Options For All in San Diego
Nicholas C Blum
53:52
“If you are having audio difficulties, check that the correct audio input and output are selected by clicking the up arrow/carrot just to the right of the “unmute” button on the bottom left of the meeting screen.”
Sara Ann Joehnk
53:54
Good morning from James at Az SILC
Ida Winters
54:01
Hello everyone from Milwaukee, WI. Wisconsin LEND and Next Step Clinic
Trina Maduro
54:04
GOOD MORNING ALL!
Grace Maxon
54:31
Hello from New York!
Celeste Floyd-Frazier
54:31
Good Afternoon from Delaware and The Columbus Organization.
Nicholas C Blum
54:50
“To activate captions, click on the closed captioning button at the bottom of the meeting screen for caption options. Please note the “full transcript” view is now available as an option. If you are joining via facebook live, you may also need to activate captions by clicking the gear icon at the bottom of the video screen.”If there are issues with the captions in zoom or your prefer to view the captions through an external website, the link is: https://captionpros.1capapp.com/event/aacd
Chey Davis
54:52
Hello. MSW student from Michigan State
Nicholas C Blum
54:57
“One way to see the ASL interpretation is to find the ASL interpreter(s) in the participant list, and then right click and select the “pin video” option for that person. This will allow you to keep the interpretation video front and center during the meeting. The hosts will also “spotlight for everyone” the active ASL interpreter, so it should automatically come to the front, as well. The ASL interpreters will be switching off during the session.”“In this meeting, there are two ASL interpreters named “ASL - Jeremy” and “ASL – Audrey.” Both interpreters are co-hosts, so their names should be near the top of the participant list. To access the participants list, click the “participants” button at the bottom of the meeting screen.”
Andrea Steele
54:58
Good Morning from Tucson!
Christina Vorreyer-Davis
54:59
Good Morning from Arizona..
Nicholas C Blum
55:03
“If a speaker begins or ends to share their screen, you may have to re-pin the ASL video each time. During a screen share, make sure that “side-by-side” mode is selected under “view options” prior to pinning the interpreter. To adjust the size of the interpreter’s video compared to the shared screen, mouse over to reveal the line dividing the two screens, and then click and drag that line to the left or right depending on your needs.”“During the screen share, all presenter cameras will be off, so that the ASL interpreters are visible on the Facebook live stream. Prior and post the screen share, we invite all presenters to activate cameras, as the multiple spotlight functionality will carry over to Facebook in this circumstance.”
LaWanda Cook
55:11
Hello from Cornell in Ithaca NY.
Glynis Hughes
55:14
Hello from Merrimack College via Virginia!
Nicholas C Blum
55:15
“If you are having audio difficulties, check that the correct audio input and output are selected by clicking the up arrow/carrot just to the right of the “unmute” button on the bottom left of the meeting screen.”
Angel Harris
55:26
Good morning from Corvallis, Oregon
Julie Baker
55:29
Hello from Springfield, IL!
Tasha C
55:38
12 in Philly
Dorothea Williams
55:39
Good Morning from Surprise, Az
Sasha Jacobs
55:47
Good morning from an Early Childhood Special Education Teacher from Multnomah Early Childhood Program, Portland OR
Katie Osabe
55:54
Good Morning from San Diego
jayme womack
55:55
hello from little rock, Arkansas
Jessica Nickrand
55:57
Good morning! Here from the Child Neurology Foundation calling in from St. Paul MN
Lori Clauson
55:58
Hello, from Freezing Mpls. MN.
Richard Mullen
56:08
Good morning from Seattle WA!!
Sabrina Jennings
56:11
Hello from Orange County, NY :)
LaToya Horton
56:13
Good morning from Las Vegas
Jasmine Willis-Wallace
56:21
Good Morning from Tulsa, Oklahoma
Teresa Holmes
56:21
Good morning from AZ!
Mallory Greene
56:22
Hello from Raleigh, NC!
Erin McKinley
56:23
Hi from Baton Rouge, LA!
Marissa Smith-Fletcher
56:24
Good morning everyone! Here from Nashville, TN
Aubry Threlkeld
56:27
Good morning from snowy Boston!
catherine rojas
56:33
Good morning from the College of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas Nevada .
lesley ford
56:35
Good morning from Laveen, Arizona!
Patricia Meda
56:36
Good morning from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena. Thank you for this presentation.
Beverly Staton
56:40
Good Morning - Mesa, Arizona here.
Kimberly Flack
56:44
Good morning from Goodyear, Arizona
Jocelyn Garcia
56:47
Good morning from the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ :)
Kenya Sesay
56:47
Hello from Baltimore, Md :) Sheppard Pratt
Kimberly Osmani
56:51
Good morning from Norman, OK.
Brittani Fults
56:54
Good morning from Kansas City, MO
Valerie Jones
56:56
Good afternoon from Richmond, VA
Shawanna Wansley
57:07
Good Morning Everyone from DeWitt, AR
Lydia Dennehy
57:14
Lydia Dennehy from Portland, Oregon
Valerie Perkins
57:15
Hello from Erie, PA!
Ivory Simmons
57:15
Good Afternoon from Greensboro, NC.
Danielle Iman
57:16
Good afternoon from Pittsburgh PA
Sholanda Smith
57:17
Thank you so much for captioning and providing the ASL experience.
Angela Williams
57:19
Greetings from frigid Chicago! Hello Aubrey T.
Tonya Bailey-Curry
57:22
Good afternoon from Lewiston, Maine!
Keir Mitchell
57:30
Good morning from Chicago, Illinois
Cassandra Cuenca
57:39
Good morning, I’m a OT student from West Coast University from Los Angeles, CA (:
Pamela Matzner
57:42
Good Afternoon from Stony Brook, NY
Corey Cook
57:50
Hello from Allentown PA (Office of Voc Rehab).
Angie Lopez
57:51
Good Morning Everyone from Tucson, Arizona
Frankie James
57:53
Hello all, Frankie James, Phoenix AZ
leinani walter
57:55
Good Morning from Sacramento, California.
Whitney Terrill
58:03
Hello from snowy Minnesota!
Rahel Kebede
58:10
Good morning from Kansas.
Carolyn Ford
58:14
Good Afternoon; Carolyn Ford: Disability Network Oakland/Macomb, Michigan.
Holly Brown
58:17
Good Afternoon, from Rochester, NY Golisano Institute for Developmental Disability Nursing at SJFC
Danyale Sturdivant
58:18
Good afternoon from North Carolina
Jonathan Smith
58:25
Good morning from cold Kansas City
Eunice Williams
58:28
Good afternoon from Syracuse, New York
Darian Burwell
58:28
Hello from Raleigh, NC
KAREN LARSON
58:32
South Carolina!
Ebony Atkinson
58:32
Good morning from Phoenix Az
Debbie Schutt
58:32
Buffalo, NY!!!
Monique Robinson
58:36
Good morning from Memphis, TN
Ahana Singh
58:37
Hello from Los Angeles, CA! :)
Shanata McMillian-Shepard
58:38
Good Afternoon from Winston Salem, NC
Kailah Easton
58:43
Good afternoon! Student from SUNY Plattsburgh, New York in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, MS.
Nicholas C Blum
58:45
We are at capacity, if you have friends out there trying to access the session, please find the Annual African American Conference on Disabilities Facebook page and watch the livestream. Search for the name above or use the username @AfricanAmericanConferenceOnDisabilities .Short version into a browser:@AfricanAmericanConferenceOnDisabilities
Regina Ellis
58:47
Good Morning from Tolleson Arizona
Regine Bazile-Julien
58:50
Hello from Massachusetts.
Rajah Gainey
58:53
Good morning from San Diego.
Nicholas C Blum
58:58
“If you are having audio difficulties, check that the correct audio input and output are selected by clicking the up arrow/carrot just to the right of the “unmute” button on the bottom left of the meeting screen.”
Kayla Stone
59:02
It's currently -11 in Minnesota.
Ellen Kilicarslan
59:04
Hello from Massachusetts
Nicholas C Blum
59:08
“To activate captions, click on the closed captioning button at the bottom of the meeting screen for caption options. Please note the “full transcript” view is now available as an option. If you are joining via facebook live, you may also need to activate captions by clicking the gear icon at the bottom of the video screen.”If there are issues with the captions in zoom or your prefer to view the captions through an external website, the link is: https://captionpros.1capapp.com/event/aacd
Bonnie Bomer
59:10
Good afternoon, from freezing Indianapolis!
Clint Ryan
59:10
Hello from SUNY Broome in snowy upstate NY.
Carol Tyson
59:16
Good Afternoon / Morning and so much gratitude from Washington, DC
Nicholas C Blum
59:17
“One way to see the ASL interpretation is to find the ASL interpreter(s) in the participant list, and then right click and select the “pin video” option for that person. This will allow you to keep the interpretation video front and center during the meeting. The hosts will also “spotlight for everyone” the active ASL interpreter, so it should automatically come to the front, as well. The ASL interpreters will be switching off during the session.”“In this meeting, there are two ASL interpreters named “ASL - Jeremy” and “ASL – Audrey.” Both interpreters are co-hosts, so their names should be near the top of the participant list. To access the participants list, click the “participants” button at the bottom of the meeting screen.”
Nicholas C Blum
59:25
“If a speaker begins or ends to share their screen, you may have to re-pin the ASL video each time. During a screen share, make sure that “side-by-side” mode is selected under “view options” prior to pinning the interpreter. To adjust the size of the interpreter’s video compared to the shared screen, mouse over to reveal the line dividing the two screens, and then click and drag that line to the left or right depending on your needs.”“During the screen share, all presenter cameras will be off, so that the ASL interpreters are visible on the Facebook live stream. Prior and post the screen share, we invite all presenters to activate cameras, as the multiple spotlight functionality will carry over to Facebook in this circumstance.”
Sholanda Smith
59:40
Dr. Dawson is amazing!!!
Natalie Luna Rose
59:51
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MJBVXH8
Kimberly Flack
59:59
<3 Dr. Dawson!!
Whitney Terrill
01:03:45
This is so refreshing. Only on slide 4. So excited!
Whitney Terrill
01:03:58
It’s so nice to see the history so clearly acknowledged.
Kamrica Ary-Turner
01:03:58
Agreed!
Bethany Charles-Veal
01:04:14
loving this already
Sholanda Smith
01:04:22
Dr. Dawson, you better speak on it!
myron hodge
01:04:25
I appreciate the back narrative!!!
Nicole Gibson
01:04:26
Will the slides be available to send through email?
myron hodge
01:04:30
So needed!
Tasha C
01:04:44
When will the conference recording be available?
John Robert McDermott
01:06:43
@Tasha, there will be a recording on the African American Conference on Disabilities page on Facebook for immediate viewing. We will follow up with a post-conference email as well.@AfricanAmericanConferenceOnDisabilities
Tasha C
01:07:01
I cant wait!! Thank you!!!
Patricia Meda
01:08:27
Teach Dr. Dawaon. This history is so important . I am grateful to hear it being presented in this manner and part of this event.. Thank you so much.
Natalie Luna Rose
01:08:56
The slides will be available via Dr. Dawson. Please email her at carlian.dawson@gmail.com
Ebony Atkinson
01:09:08
Thank you
Chey Davis
01:09:56
This is literal Diamond Tier information.
Mallory Greene
01:10:20
:(
Sholanda Smith
01:10:35
Yes, @Chey! I agree!!
Sholanda Smith
01:11:02
400 years of trauma! That is something. Should’ve been broken, but, yet, we rise.
Tonya Bailey-Curry
01:11:19
YES!!!!!!!
Shannon Rivas
01:13:09
Black children faced detention or suspension or expulsion for breaking the consequences as described by the teachers or the principals of that school that they attend.
Corey Cook
01:14:14
This is the first training on a "diversity issue" that starts with the truth out of the gate and dwells only in the TRUTH. We don't have time for anything else. I hope to be able to share this after today.
Ebony Atkinson
01:15:25
I love this. CANNOT wait for the recording, presentation, slides, whatever form it will be available in.
Marissa Smith-Fletcher
01:15:58
OH YES
Natalie Luna Rose
01:16:09
The slides will be available via Dr. Dawson. Please email her at carlian.dawson@gmail.com
Shannon Rivas
01:16:43
I've heard about castor oil but I've never tasted it my entire life,
Nicholas C Blum
01:16:45
Facebook recording will be available right after this session. Zoom recording will be shared at a later time.
Ebony Atkinson
01:18:30
Yes, I hear that often. Not that simple
Mariah Henderson
01:18:46
Yes, I hear that
Darian Burwell
01:19:08
Thanks for being real and validating our concerns...people don't often get the trauma exists in our community...
Marissa Smith-Fletcher
01:21:37
Say that
Patricia Meda
01:21:43
Unfortunately, many of us hear those words. I have chills. I cannot wait to share with our college community. The level of truth in this presentation is seldom found in events of this nature. So grateful to be a part of this today.
Antoinette Francher-Donald
01:21:54
Preach.
Mallory Greene
01:22:05
This needs to be shared nationally
Patricia Meda
01:22:18
Preach
Jasmine Willis-Wallace
01:22:48
Yes....this presentation is so informative. Pandemic was a great equalizer. I am loving how the presenter is breaking this down
Sholanda Smith
01:23:06
Had to hit differently to be seen differently.
Darian Burwell
01:23:33
OMG this is very good information that need to share with our Black Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. They need to hear about this.
Tonya Chambers
01:23:57
Dynamic Presentation!
Daisy Rivenbark
01:24:00
YEs, I agreed
Aubry Threlkeld
01:24:04
Brilliant and necessary all around.
Ebony Atkinson
01:24:16
What about employment. HUGE disparity
Celeste Floyd-Frazier
01:24:18
African Americans are natural survivors. The pandemic was a taste for Caucasians of what we are exposed to everyday.
Anika Myers
01:25:32
It’s crazy how our leader went from these are good people on both sides, to these are domestic terrorist during summer protest, but his message was you are special and we love you on Jan. 6th. Looking at who made up these groups makes it evident of why what words were chosen for what events.
Glynis Hughes
01:25:41
Represent!
hattie bethea
01:26:08
This presentation is POWERFUL!!
Trina Maduro
01:26:25
POWERFUL!!!
Dorothea Williams
01:27:10
Very POWERFUL!!!
Sholanda Smith
01:27:13
Say it, Dr. Dawson!
John Robert McDermott
01:27:33
Please feel free to share the recording on Facebook - @AfricanAmericanConferenceOnDisabilities
Nicholas C Blum
01:27:38
This session remains at zoom capacity, if you have friends out there trying to access the session, please guide them to the Annual African American Conference on Disabilities Facebook page and watch the livestream. Search for the name above or use the username @AfricanAmericanConferenceOnDisabilities .Short version into a browser:@AfricanAmericanConferenceOnDisabilities
Mary Alexander
01:29:19
Leaves a mark for generations - epigenetics!
Shannon Rivas
01:29:36
Since the pandemic stated last year, we all had to work from our homes and having to wear a mask when going out. I know there are older people who signed up to get vaccination shots but they were on the waiting list. It's going to take a while.
Daisy Rivenbark
01:29:37
Amen!!!!
Jasmine Willis-Wallace
01:30:09
Yaaaasssss!!!!! Wow!!!!!!
Frankie James
01:30:25
Awesome Sis Carlian Dawson!
Natalie Luna Rose
01:30:59
Please remember to mute your mics! Thank you
Regina Ellis
01:32:31
3
Mariah Henderson
01:32:35
5
Shannon Rivas
01:32:35
4.
Darian Burwell
01:32:36
6
Nicholas C Blum
01:32:37
4?
Danyale Sturdivant
01:32:37
5
Sandra Hayes
01:32:37
4
Debbie Esposito
01:32:38
7
Krystal Dinwiddie
01:32:38
5
Lucia Marquez
01:32:38
3
Monique Robinson
01:32:38
3
Regine Bazile-Julien
01:32:39
7
KAREN LARSON
01:32:40
4
Debbie Schutt
01:32:40
5
Kamrica Ary-Turner
01:32:41
6
Erin Hawley
01:32:42
7
Claudia Thomas
01:32:42
4
Sasha Jacobs
01:32:42
6
Clint Ryan
01:32:43
7
Christina Gutierrez
01:32:43
7
Rodrigo Gomez
01:32:44
7
Elsie Duarte Gravill
01:32:44
6
hattie bethea
01:32:45
7
Connor Wood
01:32:45
8
June Klein-Bacon
01:32:46
7
Melanie Bukovsky
01:32:47
6
Sholanda Smith
01:32:53
7
Ebony Atkinson
01:32:53
1 in the "following"
Olubunmi Onadeko
01:32:55
7
Eunice Williams
01:33:01
3
Benita Martin
01:33:07
3
Mariah Henderson
01:33:14
Wow!
Chey Davis
01:33:32
There are 9
Sandra Hayes
01:33:32
Wow I was way under the correct answer
Mallory Greene
01:33:37
me too!
Ivory Simmons
01:33:41
wow!!
Shanteria Carr
01:33:44
Omg I definitely didn’t count the F’s in of
Jasmine Willis-Wallace
01:33:45
wow
Ebony Atkinson
01:33:45
lol...I was Super incorect
Tasha C
01:33:49
me too Sandra LOL
Emily Saeteurn
01:34:21
Powerful and concrete example!
Marquita Facen
01:37:56
This presentation is so moving, I have cried, nodded, clapped and cheered. What she is saying is truth and on point. Very powerful and needed in this day and time.
Carol Gardner
01:40:38
Absolutely true!
Sholanda Smith
01:40:46
Oh this is so true!!
Patricia Meda
01:40:55
For those who may not understand the outpour of chat messages in strong support of what is being shared, it is because it is hitting home for some of us. It is reflecting our history, culture and experiences. Our voices are not always heard. We are not frequently represented in this light. It is refreshing to hear a voice represent us as we desire to be represented, Someone who can address such sensitive matters in a manner that address issues but does not demoralize African Americans.
Deborah Reeves-Duncan
01:41:09
So true everyday.
Sholanda Smith
01:41:19
**Applause** Patricia
Mallory Greene
01:41:25
Yessssss
Mariah Henderson
01:41:42
So true!
Celeste Floyd-Frazier
01:42:10
So true! African Americans are always on Alert in this country everyday regardless of the actions in our government, cities, etc. Kudos Dr. Dawson!!!
Sholanda Smith
01:42:32
Yes @Celeste!
Danielle Iman
01:42:43
can you clarify how the “IQ” is connected to the “mental state”? I’m not sure if I’m reading it right, are all people with Intellectual Disability presumed to be in a place of ‘fear’? Thank you
Kamrica Ary-Turner
01:42:58
Yasss@Patricia
Shannon Rivas
01:43:16
Overcome that fear.
Patricia Meda
01:44:15
We have to be on alert. And we have to teach our children to be on alert.
Shannon Rivas
01:44:56
I have lost grandparents 10 years apart due to my trauma experiences as a child. Too concerned about it.
Jasmine Willis-Wallace
01:45:41
POWERFUL
Teresa Holmes
01:45:51
This was great...thank you!
Anika Myers
01:45:52
Thank you so much!
Ebony Atkinson
01:45:53
Thank you so much.
Danyale Sturdivant
01:45:53
This was AMAZING
Sholanda Smith
01:45:54
Thank you, Dr. Dawson!!
Carol Gardner
01:45:54
Powerful presentation! Full of facts and truth!
Cherise Frost
01:45:54
this was awesome!!!
Ivory Simmons
01:45:55
Thank you for such a powerful presentation!!
Mariah Henderson
01:45:57
Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom and for speaking with such truth! This was was powerful!
Karla Cantu
01:45:58
amazing! so helpful
Grace Maxon
01:45:58
just wonderful. thank you so very much
Regine Bazile-Julien
01:46:04
That was so powerful!!
Leora Jackson
01:46:05
Terrific. I came in late but this is awesome !
Sharon Ohmberger
01:46:05
Wow!
Brad Hastings
01:46:06
Incredible presentation!
Dorothea Williams
01:46:06
can you clarify how the “IQ” is connected to the “mental state”? I’m not sure if I’m reading it right, are all people with Intellectual Disability presumed to be in a place of ‘fear’? Thank you
Tawanya Boards
01:46:06
Thank you so much for this wornderful and powerful presentation
Melissa Markins
01:46:07
Amazing Presentation!!!
Pamela Matzner
01:46:07
This was powerful and amazing!!
Brittany McCartney
01:46:08
Amazing presentation, thank you for sharing!
hattie bethea
01:46:08
i feel so inspired
Danyale Sturdivant
01:46:09
Thank you so much Dr. Dawson
Mallory Greene
01:46:10
AMAZING
Marissa Smith-Fletcher
01:46:12
Absolutely incredible. THANK YOU <3
Desiree Greene
01:46:12
Wow, this was so amazing.
kelli kaliszewski
01:46:13
Thank you for a great presentation!
Dena Orsborn
01:46:14
This was an amazing presentation. Thank you!
Kristi Glass
01:46:15
Will the powerpoint be available.
Justin Christopher
01:46:16
Thank you so very much!
Debbie Schutt
01:46:16
clap clap clap
Sasha Jacobs
01:46:17
Thank you so much Dr. Dawson
Shanata McMillian-Shepard
01:46:18
So powerful!!
Kimberly Flack
01:46:19
Love that so much - PCEs!!! We NEED those at this time in abundance!
Deborah Mabingani
01:46:19
thank you. Very powerful and so useful!
Holly Chapman
01:46:20
This was very powerful---thank you!
Shannon Rivas
01:46:24
Great presentation Dr. Dawson!
Jeffrey Seabury
01:46:27
Can you share this presentation n and slides with participants?
Mary sanders
01:46:28
Thank you SO much, Dr. Dawson for being REAL!
Regina Ellis
01:46:28
Very Powerful Thank You Dr. Dawson
Jennifer Turner-Taylor
01:46:29
wonderful1
Ellen Hudson
01:46:30
Excellent
Desiree Greene
01:46:30
What is Dr. Dawson's contact information? I was not quick enough to take a picture of it.
Derenda Whitaker
01:46:30
Awesome!!
Kent Earle
01:46:30
Correct email for Dr Dawson is carlian.dawson@azcaar.org
Beverly Staton
01:46:33
Very good presentation. Thank you.
Octavia Madden
01:46:34
Excellent Soror!!
Jenine Wright
01:46:36
THANK YOU!!! POWERFUL AND NEEDED!!!
Leah O'Brien
01:46:37
Thank you!
Gloria Shaw
01:46:38
Thank-you Dr. Dawson
Joyce Blair
01:46:39
Thank you!
Kathie Sullivan
01:46:39
Thank you Dr. Dawson. I would like to have your contact information.
Bonnie Bomer
01:46:41
Please share the email for Dr. Dawson I don't see well.
Valerie Jones
01:46:44
AMAZING, THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR PROVIDING THIS POWERFUL PRESENTATION!!!!!
Sunshine King
01:46:46
Thank you powerful
Nicole Gibson
01:46:49
you spoke the truth and most people don't like to hear the truth but it was needed
Ignacia Vaiza
01:46:51
AMAZING! POWERFUL! NECESSARY!
Jenine Wright
01:46:54
Can we receive a copy of this powrpoint?
Daisy Rivenbark
01:46:55
Thank you!!
lesley ford
01:46:58
ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL AND POWERFUL!
Leah Garretson
01:47:04
will the recording of this presentation be posted somewhere?
Antoinette Francher-Donald
01:47:09
Thanks for sharing.
Patricia Meda
01:47:09
where is the contact info.
Lysette Davi
01:47:10
Thank you for your time and words!
Bonnie Bomer
01:47:14
Very powerful!!
Valerie Jones
01:47:16
CAN HER WORK EMAIL BE PUT IN THIS CHAT?
Kamrica Ary-Turner
01:47:17
Canyon View will be contacting you soon!
Marquita Facen
01:47:20
Awesome , awesome awesome, just sitting here in tears....so grateful to be here today for this. thank you.
Cierra Patrick
01:47:20
There was a question about IQ and stress tolerance
Antoinette Francher-Donald
01:47:26
What is her phone number?
leinani walter
01:47:28
Thank you! Amazing and powerful!
Kim Stroman
01:47:39
Absolutely wonderful I am glad I attended!!!
hattie bethea
01:47:41
how do we help organization embrace information such as t this?
LaToya Horton
01:47:41
Thank you so much Dr. Dawson for taking the time to present on this topic. Much needed.
Sandra Hayes
01:47:45
How can we not pass this trauma on to our children but the knowledgw of our history
Dorothea Williams
01:47:46
can you clarify how the “IQ” is connected to the “mental state”? I’m not sure if I’m reading it right, are all people with Intellectual Disability presumed to be in a place of ‘fear’? Thank you
Ivory Simmons
01:47:46
There was a question about the IQ chart
sonnja brown
01:47:47
Absolutely excellent Thank you so much. Sonnja Brown Alexandria VA
Shannon Rivas
01:47:51
Have you had experiences with trauma during childhood?
Lydia Dennehy
01:47:51
carlian.dawson@azcaar.org
Ebony Atkinson
01:47:51
I would love a indepth conversation. I am located in Phoenix
Jasmine Willis-Wallace
01:47:57
the example you gave with the letter F's....you may have talked about this but I was still in aww and in the moment but can you share with us how to make yourself consciously aware when you are missing all the letter F's?
Natalie Luna Rose
01:47:57
carlian.dawson@azcaar.org
NORMA OLVERA
01:48:01
Amazing info thank you
Eddie Mae Dixon
01:48:05
Thank you so much !!
Monique Robinson
01:48:15
Any suggestions on how to encourage or assist my AA boys who are stuck at home during this pandemic who seem to be getting a little depressed.
Dorthea Williams
01:48:26
Awesome presentation
Krystal Dinwiddie
01:48:39
Can you speak to paid providers impact on trauma versus layperson encounters?
Teresa Toney
01:48:45
A person on Facebook is asking that the reference for Dr. Bruce______ be shared.
Jenine Wright
01:48:59
Phoenix area schools here. This is surely something that is effecting our children here! Especially with the growing numbers of Afr. Americans moving here.
Darian Burwell
01:49:05
What advice do you have going forward when families continue to be helipcopter parents when their child is over 18 and capable but because he./she is disabled parents think they have to do everything...what's best approach?
Mallory Greene
01:49:12
emotional regulation!
Jan Garrett
01:49:15
Do you know of organizations, large or small, of African Americans with disabilities?
Adair Milmoe
01:49:24
How can we make a difference with young adults - who might not have had PCEs?
Lydia Dennehy
01:49:44
I would agree that having a disability puts you on alert in many situations. I am the only one, or everyone else knows what is going on and I don't.
Patricia Meda
01:50:14
Can you please repost the contact information?
Teresa Toney
01:50:28
What supports have you found that work best for self-regulation in relation to trauma (Facebook question)
Sholanda Smith
01:50:38
Here you go, Patricia: carlian.dawson@azcaar.org
Mark Wigfall
01:50:45
Will links of presentations be accessible to those who do not use Facebook? Will the presentations be sent to our emails?
Heidi Haugen
01:50:50
"Quiet is not the same as peace...."
Bonnie Bomer
01:50:59
Thank you for connecting and presenting on trauma for people with disabilities.
Sholanda Smith
01:51:11
Heidi, quote it again! *clapping*
Kimberly Flack
01:51:16
so true!!
Patricia Meda
01:51:17
Thank you!
Jasmine Willis-Wallace
01:51:36
Thank you for that. Thank you Thank you
William Smith
01:52:14
Dr. Dawson awesome presentation. I would like a copy if possible.
Nicholas C Blum
01:52:41
“To quickly save the contents of the chat, prior to the end of the meeting, click the “dot dot dot” button next to the chat entry field, and then click “save chat” to download a copy of the chat to your computer.”
Jenine Wright
01:52:41
Excellent Job to the ASL Interpreter Audrey!
Marguerite Muhammad
01:52:43
Board games, card games, puzzles
Heidi Haugen
01:53:01
"We've learned that quiet isn't always peace and the norms and notions of what 'just is' isn't always 'just is' ... a nation that isn't broken, but simply unfinished." -Amanda Gorman
Monique Robinson
01:53:11
Yes !
Debbie Schutt
01:53:28
upcycling crafts
Daisy Rivenbark
01:53:35
awesome presentation! Have a great day!
Lucia Marquez
01:53:40
Thank you for this presentation. I have to head into another virtual meeting. Have a great day. :)
Monique Robinson
01:53:41
Thank you !
Michelle Kaplan-Vigil
01:54:14
Any advice for applying this specifically to children of color with disabilities?
Angel Harris
01:54:20
Thank you.
Darian Burwell
01:54:24
I do know that people with hearing loss do have double trauma than hearing black people due to limited communication access during Pandemic.
Jenine Wright
01:54:58
I thank you for this presentation and look forward to anymore! Have a wonderful day everyone!
Darian Burwell
01:55:19
I meant Black Deaf people with hearing loss than Black hearing people
Marguerite Muhammad
01:55:28
Do you think that the pandemic has provided opportunities to African American families?
Nicholas C Blum
01:55:56
Bio on dr. Bruce kelly: https://www.neurosequential.com/ourteam
Lydia Dennehy
01:55:56
Dr. Bruce Perry
John Robert McDermott
01:56:23
To register for upcoming AACD sessions - https://mailchi.mp/azdisabilitylaw.org/aacd-virtual-conf
Kamrica Ary-Turner
01:56:47
What Happened to You?: Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing Hardcover – April 27, 2021by Oprah Winfrey (Author), Bruce D. Perry (Author)
Nicholas C Blum
01:56:50
Perry* sorry for the typo.
Natalie Luna Rose
01:57:21
for the presentation, please email carlian.dawson@azcaar.org
Shannon Rivas
01:58:08
Any advice for parents who have children dealing with virtual schooling as a result of the pandemic crisis that still exists?
Natalie Luna Rose
01:59:06
Please fill out the survey for todays session: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MJBVXH8
Edmund Lowe
01:59:44
The book is "What Happended to You? Conversarions on Trauma Resillence and Healing
William Smith
02:00:04
I too have a child with adisability and we have found that we consentrated more onwhat she could do for herself rather than what we had to for her. It is difficult, but the results havebeen good.
Tonya Chambers
02:00:33
Puzzles of Color is the name of the company the sister and brother created.
John Robert McDermott
02:01:28
Thank you @Tonya - Puzzles of Color - https://www.puzzlesofcolor.com/
Deborah Reeves-Duncan
02:01:55
TRiO Student Support Services
Karla Cantu
02:02:00
Could you please put the organizations in the chat?
Nicholas C Blum
02:02:34
AZCAAR: https://azcaar.org/
Kent Earle
02:03:13
Check out our downloadable resource guide for organization including disability related https://azcaar.org/resources-1
Deborah Reeves-Duncan
02:03:30
TRiO Student Support Services for students with Disabilities, 1st Generation and Low-Income.
Mary sanders
02:04:53
My husband and I are an interracial couple married for 31 years. We are now Foster Parents. He is hands on and a great role model, but doesn't really engage the infants/toddlers. He leaves that for me to do. I'm concerned that the babies aren't getting our best! I'd like your thoughts.
Stacy Wilde
02:04:59
That is SOLID advice!
Adair Milmoe
02:05:42
Thank you Carlian! You are inspirational - thank you!
Lisa Cobb
02:06:37
PBS has several resources for parents of all children, that will assist with Virtual schooling
Debbie Schutt
02:08:04
its called the "rule of first and last"
Lisa Cobb
02:08:17
The y also have a Bright by Text messaging app that will assist families with resources available to them in their community and the libraries, health dept. and many othe agencies in the state that serve families.
Marissa Smith-Fletcher
02:08:53
Thank you so very much Dr. Lawson. This presentation was wonderful. It helped my heart, spirit, and mind!
Debbie Schutt
02:08:56
frequent breaks and movement also increases dopamine production which improves mood, focus, and attention
Marisa Osorio
02:08:58
Teachers are doing their absolute best. But the system is failing our children with disabilities. How can they properly access services? And there is disparity in internet access. How can we advocate for better serices
Natalie Luna Rose
02:09:49
Special education session on Thursday at 6pm: https://nau.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYudemrqD4sGdNvb0AngSudoYTtoOmUk2aO
Nicholas C Blum
02:10:30
so much gratitude to the ASL interpreters and the captioner working so hard during today’s session!!!
Michelle Kaplan-Vigil
02:11:04
Any advice for applying this specifically to children of color with disabilities?
Kim Hernandez
02:11:08
Will there be an audio version
Francine Waiters
02:11:27
No question, I just wanted to say this was an excellent presentation. Very much food for thought. She has planted the seed now we need to water it.
Michelle Kaplan-Vigil
02:11:56
Thank you
Patricia Meda
02:11:57
A special thank you to everyone. This was an amazing presentation.
Darian Burwell
02:12:13
Thanks to the interpreters and captioner...awesome!
Erin McKinley
02:12:32
Thank you! Great session!
Lisa Cobb
02:12:35
i LOVE THE INFORMATION! Great presentation!
Tasha C
02:12:43
This was an AMAZING Session!!! I cant wait to get all the presentation recordings later !!
Kimberly Flack
02:12:47
thank you so much - wonderful session!
Dorothea Williams
02:12:47
Dr. Dawson for your thoughtful and well planned presentation.
Deborah Reeves-Duncan
02:12:55
The best conference. Thank you.
Bethany Charles-Veal
02:12:57
Where is the evaluation form link
Tasha C
02:13:01
Great!!!!
Michael Carley
02:13:04
Thank you, Dr. Dawson :-)
Natalie Luna Rose
02:13:13
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MJBVXH8
Celeste Floyd-Frazier
02:13:27
Thank you Dr. Dawson!
Nikki Speer-Raleigh
02:13:41
Thank you!
Kim Hernandez
02:13:42
Thank you Awesome
Sey In
02:13:43
Fantastic presentation. Thank you Dr. Dawson!
Debbie Schutt
02:13:43
thank you
Lydia Dennehy
02:13:44
Thank you so much
Kent Earle
02:13:48
Thank you everyone. again to contact Dr Dawson carlian.dawson@azcaar.org or go to azcaar.org
kimberly Colville
02:13:53
thankyou this was woderful
Leija Meadows
02:13:53
This was amazing! thank you!
Ebony Atkinson
02:13:54
Thank you Dr. Dawson
Tonya Chambers
02:13:56
Thank you Dr. Dawson!
Natalie Luna Rose
02:13:57
nlunarose@azdisabilitylaw.org
Michelle Kaplan-Vigil
02:14:08
Thank you Dr. Dawson! I can't wait to share this info with my colleagues!
Patricia Meda
02:14:10
Thank you. You will hear from me.
Sara Ann Joehnk
02:14:13
Thanks from AZ SILC! DR Dawson is Great
Rebecca Salon
02:14:14
Wonderful session!!!! Thanks so much!
NORMA OLVERA
02:14:17
Thank you Dr Dawson
Tasha C
02:14:17
wait
Whitney Terrill
02:14:17
Thank you!
Sholanda Smith
02:14:18
Have a great day, everyone!
Ivory Simmons
02:14:22
Thank you!
Mariah Henderson
02:14:26
Thank you!
Desiree Greene
02:14:27
Thanks!
Ashley McKittrick
02:14:29
Thank you
Minnie Williams
02:14:32
Thank You!
Steve Repanich
02:14:34
when did this session start? I thought it started at 10 am PST