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Learning session 1 kate roper presentation


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Resiliency in Action

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Learning session 1 kate roper presentation

  1. 1. Resiliency in Action Learning Session 1 Kate Roper, Mass Department of Public Health
  2. 2. Why Resiliency?
  3. 3. Recap of what came before • Grant: Mitigating Toxic Stress • Springfield Core Team • Action Summit 1: • Presentation on Toxic Stress, State and City perspectives • Group brainstormed risk factors, community resources, and policy levers, using the images of boulders, bridges, and cranes (Building Adult Capabilities to Improve Child Outcomes; Center on the Developing Child)
  4. 4. Boulders, Bridges and Cranes
  5. 5. Action Summit Part II • Why part II? The Core Team wasn’t clear on our direction for the Learning Collaborative or what teams should look like • Planning & Design Process with Frank Robinson • June 16, 2014 • Vision for community • Icebergs that prevent us from reaching our vision • Problem voting: 13 top problems • Solution generating
  6. 6. How we came to messaging
  7. 7. Another Factor: The Raising of America • The Raising of America is an ambitious documentary series and Public Engagement Campaign that seeks to expand the debate about what we as a society can—and should—do to ensure every infant has an equal opportunity childhood. • Hundreds of Engagement Partners will use The Raising of America as a tool to change the conversation • Video segments include: • The Raising of America: Early Childhood and the Future of our Nation (56 min) – Watch Preview • Stressing Out the Poor? Building Community Resilience • Wounded Places: Confronting Childhood PTSD in America's Shell- Shocked Cities •
  8. 8. How do we come together under one umbrella to promote resiliency?
  9. 9. Resiliency Pyramid Child Family/ Caregivers Community (agencies and organizations) City, State, National Policies
  10. 10. Videos clips: Safe Havens • Paper Monsters and Circle Time • “She’s a Person Here; She Counts” • “She Was So Angry!” What messages the staff and others are giving to children, families, and staff through their words, actions, and presence?
  11. 11. Flow of the Day • Breakout Groups: Child/Family; Community; Policy • Reflect on your candles in the heart • What are the most important messages for your audience? • Lunch • Communication • Breakouts Part II • Regroup