DS Task Force Workgroup Recommendations Review Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
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This is really good from my perspective! Well done!
I agree with Yvette, this is an excellent representation of priorities and opinions.
I agree with Katie and Yvette . .
I agree Marty.
Agreed. This is great information but interested in the next steps
Elizabeth Barrios Gomez
Agree with Marty. Thank you.
thanks Mark my thoughts exactly
Great comments and questions in the Q&A, thank you
It relates to question 6
I agree with Mark as well . . there is a direct relationship in the continuity of care to individuals with who may not have many choices . .
Thanks for saying that Pablo - often the SCs and the workload get left out of the discussion
Appreciate the comments. BTW, people should look at the questions or points being raised in the Q&A (including those by Jacquie Dillard Foss, Pam Scarano and others. Good points raised in the Q&A
As Neil Armstrong said....one small step.... (point being the step needed to be taken)
The SC are part of the TEAM supporting the families and are drawing. Not being able to the great part they have done always in the most critical time. We need to mainstream process and paper work so they can focus on the families and their incredible needs currently.
Can she please put her comment in the chat? c
Thank you for putting forth this very important list of priorities. I would like to hear more about next steps in moving forward with implementation of these priorities. The 5th task force member comment really jumps out at me: Until a “culture of YES” is truly fostered at the IPP level - with a shift to, “How will we work together to make this happen?” and away from, “We can’t do that.” - wheels will just be spinning with little progress. Thanks again.
SC are definitely part of the team and the only way they can do their job to adequately provide services to the families they serve is to be supported. Having high caseloads doesn’t allow them to provide the best services especially in a pandemic when service needs are changing
Thank you Karin . .great the summary!
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especially for our high risk populations
More good questions and comments made in QandA including from Jacquie, Pam, Kevin, Doug Carl and Eric (also my good friend Joyce!!!)
Renter eviction protections bills just passed Assembly - heads to Senate.
Be safe everyone