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Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care - Shared screen with speaker view
Sonia Szczesniak
18:17
https://www.alaskaarc.org/new-summit-resources
Lydia Fawcett
20:11
Welcome Lindsay!
Lydia Fawcett
21:08
I’m excited for this one!!
Michelle Nelson
21:56
I'm excited as well
Kendra Wolf
23:50
Me too! We’re so happy to have Lindsay joining us today 🎉 To learn more about Alaska Behavioral Health, please checkout their vendor video on our linked page.
Kendra Wolf
24:26
We understand we have educators joining us today, but we know we have parents and professionals joining us as well. Please share your role in the chat
Sonia Szczesniak
24:45
https://www.alaskaarc.org/new-summit-resources
Mharris@cinhs.net
24:59
Special Needs Coordinator at CINHS
julie bunch
25:18
Julie Bunch RN and grandmother of child with autism
Luke Halter
25:56
Rock Climbing Coach and Educator
julie bunch
26:12
Definitely
Mharris@cinhs.net
26:12
That's a good one
Michelle Nelson
26:24
tramu is a physical or mental shock that stays with you even after the event is over
Rebecca Calfina
26:29
Yes but I think it also has a physical effect as well
Lydia Fawcett
26:41
I’m a paraprofessional who is currently working with a child with Autism. I have in the past worked as a para and with a non-verbal child on the spectrum.
Michelle Nelson
26:48
it's a good definition, but only be expanded
Theresa Stefanski
26:49
There are many from abuse , verbal , phsyical , mental
Mharris@cinhs.net
26:52
Life events can trigger trauma
Alyssa Rose-Miller
26:59
Hi! Intake specialist at Stone Soup Group & Parent of Awesome kids who experience special needs
Sirena Tennyson
27:13
Mental and physical event that affects a person for life.
Sarah Holland
27:37
I support people with IDD in a group setting either in house or in the community
Theresa Stefanski
28:23
It has more information
Michelle Nelson
28:24
I feel like it can be always present and it can be intermittent
Luke Halter
28:24
Exposure to fear producing stimulus
Lydia Fawcett
29:25
I feel strongly that trauma may also include emotional abuse among parents.
Rebecca Calfina
30:26
Yes and you could also consider collective trauma
Sarah Holland
31:21
sudden death
Mharris@cinhs.net
31:27
death of a loved one
Michelle Nelson
31:29
witness a pet die
Lydia Fawcett
31:35
Death of grandparent
Dorely Velarde
31:36
rape
Lydia Fawcett
31:43
Sexual abuse
Sarah Holland
31:48
removal from home
Michelle Nelson
31:48
witness a fight
Sarah Holland
31:50
fire
Dorely Velarde
31:59
fire
Lydia Fawcett
32:02
watching parents fight/argue
Sarah Holland
32:24
fight with friends/ family
Michelle Nelson
32:37
natural disasters
Lydia Fawcett
32:51
DV
Mharris@cinhs.net
32:54
abuse,
Lydia Fawcett
32:56
Neglect
Sarah Holland
33:01
foster care system
Rebecca Calfina
33:02
Bullying
Starrina Gianelloni
33:04
bullying
Meredith Mesquita
33:04
bullying
Dorely Velarde
33:08
psychological/emotional abuse
Sarah Holland
33:15
covid
Michelle Nelson
33:18
bullring
Alyssa Rose-Miller
33:19
a child being repeatedly bullied at school
Lydia Fawcett
33:21
emotional abuse
Lydia Fawcett
33:26
Mental abuse
Dale Ebcas
33:28
Bullying/ neglect/ verbal abuse
Luke Halter
33:43
elevated fear response due to phobia/anxiety/panicattack
Michelle Nelson
33:49
witness others being bullied and not being able to help
Mharris@cinhs.net
33:55
neglect
Jill Stone
34:01
Loss of job and repeated not getting hired.
Lydia Fawcett
34:13
yes, the pandemic!
Mharris@cinhs.net
35:04
911 witnessing it. watching it on news
Sarah Holland
35:28
cultural tramau
Starrina Gianelloni
35:45
Community unrest and discord - e.g. recent mask mandate madness in Anchorage
Mharris@cinhs.net
35:48
abuse of the elderly
Dale Ebcas
36:24
Yes
Lydia Fawcett
36:25
Non-support from the local pd
Lydia Fawcett
37:20
family alcoholism
Theresa Stefanski
38:23
The trauma our young children go though , how do we help them
Kendra Wolf
39:02
Thanks for participating, all!
Lydia Fawcett
39:43
I let the bear take the fish and leave
Theresa Stefanski
39:44
Frezze
Dorely Velarde
39:48
tenses
Meredith Mesquita
39:50
Heart race racing
Lydia Fawcett
39:51
flight
Sarah Holland
39:56
freeze, stiffen up,
Jill Stone
39:59
Breathing fast
Rebecca Calfina
40:00
Hyper aware
julie bunch
40:04
Flight or fight
Michelle Nelson
40:05
freeze
Mharris@cinhs.net
40:05
let him have it. and move away. heart racing, freeze,
Jill Stone
40:06
shaking
Dorely Velarde
40:15
increased heart rate, hot flash
Dale Ebcas
40:18
Difficult breathing
Michelle Nelson
40:27
shielding others around me
Luke Halter
40:54
prefrontal cortex activity decreases,
Luke Halter
41:10
amygdala activity increases
Mharris@cinhs.net
41:10
instantly
Meredith Mesquita
41:10
pretty immediate
Dorely Velarde
41:11
seconds
Lydia Fawcett
41:12
immediatly
Jill Stone
41:12
Immediately
Michelle Nelson
41:13
seconds
julie bunch
41:14
seconds
Sarah Holland
41:20
right away
Theresa Stefanski
41:27
Less than a second
Jill Stone
41:35
protection
Mharris@cinhs.net
41:36
to make you aware of danger
Alyssa Rose-Miller
41:37
Survival instinct
Meredith Mesquita
41:39
self-preservation
Lydia Fawcett
41:39
The bear is a threat
julie bunch
41:40
preservation
Dale Ebcas
41:55
Defence mechanism
Michelle Nelson
42:09
save energy for expected trauma
Starrina Gianelloni
43:25
hesitant
julie bunch
43:26
no
Theresa Stefanski
43:30
Your not going
Mharris@cinhs.net
43:34
remember the trauma of last summer
Lydia Fawcett
43:38
Take a moment to consider whether or not I will go
Alyssa Rose-Miller
43:41
Plan for self-protection
Michelle Nelson
43:41
yes somewhere closes to civilization
Jill Stone
43:42
Bear spray, gun
Mharris@cinhs.net
43:45
carry a gun
julie bunch
43:46
protection
Lydia Fawcett
43:46
I will bring bear spray
Theresa Stefanski
43:51
To be more aware , bring a gun ,
Luke Halter
43:51
same response without stimulus
Jill Stone
43:56
Be more observant to my surroundings
Michelle Nelson
43:58
bring protection
Michelle Nelson
44:03
more noise
julie bunch
44:11
survival
Theresa Stefanski
44:14
To be safe
Michelle Nelson
44:25
to make sure the trauma does not happen again
Starrina Gianelloni
01:08:06
poverty
Mharris@cinhs.net
01:15:13
Thank you for a informative session. very good information
Sirena Tennyson
01:15:30
Thank you
Starrina Gianelloni
01:15:42
Great talk! Thanks to all the presenters and organizers!
Theresa Stefanski
01:18:09
Thank you for your time , i am sure to go to the resources . Hope to see if our supervisor will contact you in the future to come talk to our school
Alyssa Rose-Miller
01:18:10
Thank you! I'll probably have questions after this all soaks in.
Sirena Tennyson
01:19:16
where is the survey link
Sonia Szczesniak
01:23:09
survey
Sonia Szczesniak
01:23:13
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TDPMB3J
Sonia Szczesniak
01:23:52
Here are today’s winners! Please email your book choice and mailing address to aarc@sesa.org
Dale Ebcas
01:23:59
Thank you!
Sonia Szczesniak
01:24:04
Luke Halter
Sonia Szczesniak
01:24:17
Meredith Mesquita
Sonia Szczesniak
01:24:24
Dale Ebcas
Sonia Szczesniak
01:24:30
Megan Johnson
Sonia Szczesniak
01:24:37
Julie Bunch
Dale Ebcas
01:24:37
Thank you !! At last !
Sonia Szczesniak
01:24:44
Congrats!
Kendra Wolf
01:24:49
https://www.nctsn.org/
julie bunch
01:25:02
Thank you! So awesome:)
Sirena Tennyson
01:25:12
please email it stennyson@bbna.com
Sonia Szczesniak
01:25:24
aarc@sesa.org
Kendra Wolf
01:25:24
aarc@sesa.org