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DESIRED OUTCOMES
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Pathway to...
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  1. 1. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com RESILIENCY IN ACTION Designing Pathways to Action Reducing Adversity in the Lives of Very Young Children Facilitated by Frank Robinson, PhD Executive Director Partners for a Healthier Community
  2. 2. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com AGENDA AGENDA Purpose of the learning collaborative Future State for Resiliency-based Work with Springfield Families Review and Upgrade Barriers and Challenges Organize Issues <<Lunch>> Prioritize and/or Rank Issues Develop Solutions Next Steps 2
  3. 3. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com DESIRED OUTCOMES • Success means that by the end of the day we will have to…. – Affirm the vision for the learning collaborative – Agree on priorities for the learning collaborative – Develop a shared understanding of the barriers and challenges to a resiliency framework – Develop an appreciation and understanding of why a “system approach” is needed for this work – Identify missing people and organizations, and figure out how to engage them in this work – Identify and align strategies across organizations and sectors to sustain the work we begin 3
  4. 4. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com VISION TO PROBLEM TO SOLUTION Pathway to Action Pathway Design Vision Problem Solution Implementation ©Interaction Institute for Social Change, reprinted with permission by Partners for a Healthier Community. Inc. 4
  5. 5. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com STAGES OF PRIORITY SETTING New and upgraded ideas, opinions, and information. Organize, prioritize or rank issues Develop Proposals for Action Open, Narrow, Close – As a Priority Setting Framework ©Interaction Institute for Social Change, reprinted with permission by Partners for a Healthier Community. Inc. 5
  6. 6. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com “ANALYZING BOULDERS AND BUILDING BRIDGES” • System Approach (Iceberg metaphor) – Tip of the Iceberg • Event – See and name the situation, event, or activity – Below the Water Level • Patterns – Identify trends or continuous patterns • Underlying Structure – Relationships the parts and causes of the patterns • Mental Models – Deeply held assumptions about the world that drives the behavior of people, and institutions • Cultural and Institutional Values – Core beliefs and values embedded in our culture and institutions 6
  7. 7. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com ISOLATEDEVENTS DeeperUnderstandingwith IncreasingLeverage BARRIERS AN CHALLENGES TO RESILIENCY-BASED APPROACHES FOR VERY YOUNG CHILDREN (INFANTS - 8 YEARS OLD) Event Patterns Underlying Structures Mental Models Cultural and Institutional Values ©Interaction Institute for Social Change, reprinted with permission by Partners for a Healthier Community. Inc. 7
  8. 8. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com Intentional Violence THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG DOWNSTREAM AND/OR MICRO LEVEL ISSUES This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com PERSONAL & SITUATIONAL ISSUES SOCIAL SUPPORT & SOCIAL NETWORKS SURFACE MEANING DEEPER MEANING INDIVIDUAL EXPERIENCE, INDIVIDUAL RESPONSES AND BEHAVIORS, THINKING, REASONING, DECISION-MAKING, LOGIC, ATTENTION, PERCEPTION FACTORS AFFECTING HEALTH & WELL BEING: ENVIRONMENT, WORKING CONDITIONS, ECONOMY, EDUCATION, CULTURE, AND HEALTH SYSTEMS. Misinformation about Risk Factors Relationships between Parents & Children Education for parents and children Education about Available Support Resources Nurturing & Coping Skills Function of Institutions - Educational, Social, and Civic Internalized Oppression and Internalized Racism Community Organization Poverty Poverty and Work Ethics 8
  9. 9. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com DOWNSTREAM ISSUES ROOT CAUSE / EQUITY ISSUES ABOVE THE LINE BELOW THE LINE = PROGRAM, POLICES, AND PRACTICES THAT MAKE IT EASIER FOR THE INDIVIDUAL’S DEFAULT DECISIONS TO BE HEALTHIER = MISSING OPPORTUNITY STRUCTURE: HOME, COMMUNITY, SCHOOL, WORK; SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH Access Coordinated and Accessible Services Constant Communication to Al Parties Health Disparities Efficient Resource Utilization Relationships between Providers Structural Issues (Time, place, cost of services) Default Assumptions (Stereotyping - ‘Deserving & Undeserving Poor”) Cultural and Institutional Values (racism, homophobic Attitudes) THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG UPSTREAM AND/OR MACRO LEVEL ISSUES Poverty Relationships Between Providers and Parents (authentic power sharing) One Stop Services Service Gaps & Unmet Needs 9
  10. 10. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com PRIORITY SETTING • Proposals for Action – Review and confirm the results of the iceberg exercise – new and upgraded ideas, opinions, and information. – Organize the information for better understanding – Evaluate and prioritize or rank results – Select possible proposals – Secure agreement on how to proceed 10
  11. 11. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com DIMENSIONS OF SUCCESS ©Interaction Institute for Social Change, reprinted with permission by Partners for a Healthier Community. Inc. 11
  12. 12. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com DIMENSIONS OF SUCCESS • Process – Affirm proposals with all stakeholders – Agree on how the work will get done – designed, managed, monitored, and evaluated • Results – Agree on the tasks for completing the work – Agreement on the results • Relationships – Network Organizing and Team Building Shared Responsibility 12
  13. 13. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution© Copyright Showeet.com VISION TO PROBLEM TO SOLUTION PATHWAY • Next Steps (July & August) – Agreement on an image of the ideal future state • Solicit a variety of views • Develop a vision of how new approaches will benefit children and families – Create a visual image • Identify the problems that need to be addressed and the assets that can be used in order to reach the vision – Build and agreement on the ideal future state • Implementation (September) – Agree on solutions Taking It Home 13

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