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Safety Net Workgroup Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy Wall
20:35
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Caroline Castaneda
21:13
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Amy Wall
21:55
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Caroline Castaneda
22:50
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Amy Wall
22:59
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Charlotte Kelly
25:09
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Caroline Castaneda
27:39
Rubi Saldana 02:07 PMThank you all for being here, the IDD community is at a point where we realize the crisis team needs an immediate change, since failure to do so will have serious consequences.
Caroline Castaneda
28:16
Rubi Saldana 02:10 PMAt this point we are forced to be proactive, what is the Department's plan to protect the IDD community from the court system?
Amy Wall
29:46
Family of autistic man says deputies were warned of his disabilities before shootingApril 7, 2021By: Alene Tchekmedyianhttps://www.latimes.com/california/story/2021-04-07/l-a-sheriff-deputy-shooting-mental-disability
Caroline Castaneda
31:19
Rubi Saldana 02:13 PMThank you for mentioning that. The IDD community, we are ready to do anything at this point to protect the rights of the IDD community, there have been several incidents and it is time to stand up and create a justice system that is involved to defend the IDD community, if these incidents keep happening.
Charlotte Kelly
54:46
Discussion Question 1: What strategies do you recommend to support first responders, regional centers, families and others in response to crisis events?
Caroline Castaneda, DDS
57:51
Pregunta 1: ¿Qué estrategias recomienda para apoyar a los equipos de primera respuesta, los centros regionales, las familias y otros que responden a eventos de crisis?
Jennifer Alfaro, DRC OCRA
01:05:41
I can't find the raised hand
Sheraden Nicholau
01:06:55
To Dr. Beasley's point, many families and individuals in crisis are unaware of crisis services available through the regional center
Fanny Cano
01:09:21
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Jay Keller
01:10:19
we need to be proactive, not reactive in all of our approaches...
Alona Yorkshire
01:13:32
Exactly Teresa!
Dr. Joan Beasley
01:18:09
Behavior plans are not enough, people have medical and mental health needs that need to be addressed.
Alona Yorkshire
01:19:38
I also want to mention that not all crisis management systems are created equal - there HAS to be data about what works and doesn’t. I have been a trainer for Pro-Act, CPI and PCMA and 2 of 3 don’t work in the most challenging situations.
Sheraden Nicholau
01:20:12
Agreed, Fran
Dr. Joan Beasley
01:22:56
People with lived experience should also help to provide training to police
Sheraden Nicholau
01:25:02
Many counties only have IDD related content in 1-2 hours of their 40 hour Crisis Intervention Trainings. More is needed, clearly.
Teresa Anderson
01:27:45
I appreciate what Kenneth is saying and that is a discussion that is going on at the national level
Nina Spiegelman
01:28:06
Agreed- a non law enforcement approach must be considered
Sheraden Nicholau
01:28:43
One example of a county program that partners behavioral health teams with law enforcement:https://www.smchealth.org/sites/main/files/file-attachments/pertbrochure.pdf?1556207937
Sheraden Nicholau
01:29:21
Another county's program: https://www.unconditionaleducation.org/uploads/5/5/5/8/55581961/catt_brochure-v6-update_6-1-2020__002_.pdf
Alona Yorkshire
01:29:33
Seems like every RC (or area) should have a 24/7 crisis team available (whatever model is working already locally) in lieu of 911 being the only 24/7 option
Sheraden Nicholau
01:32:35
Recent article from Disability Visibility Project on the new National Mental Health Crisis Line:https://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/2021/04/19/the-new-national-mental-health-crisis-line-wants-to-track-your-location/
Jay Keller
01:33:08
I agree, Alona...
Dr. Joan Beasley
01:38:30
That has not been our experience in 34 years of START we have not had to do holds.
Alona Yorkshire
01:42:51
Agreed!
Dr. Joan Beasley
01:47:44
Our experience is that only those families that need START come to START I think its a risk worth the trouble to see if opening up access can work.
Amy Wall
01:47:55
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Charlotte Kelly
01:49:04
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Caroline Castaneda, DDS
01:50:26
De Amy Wall para todos: 03:31 p.m.Recordatorio: "Chat" es para commentarios de los panelistas, "Preguntas y respuestas- Q&A" es para que todos los demás participantes de la reunión compartan sus comentarios.
Caroline Castaneda, DDS
01:51:19
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Dr. Joan Beasley
01:54:21
Training on the promotion of emotional well being.
Alona Yorkshire
01:55:48
My focus is somewhat narrow but I have the kids and adults that no-one has been able to successfully support because all models have failed and the police are being regularly called. the 24-hour therapist crisis team call the police because nothing is working - they are the ones that have fallen through he safety net and are getting hurt or going to jail.
Sheraden Nicholau
01:59:44
Some of these recs are worded in ways that are quite similar-- like the first and third bullet
Alona Yorkshire
02:01:03
Its hard they are all so good
Garrett Broadbent
02:02:16
“Training on the promotion of emotional well being.” Well said. If we move toward wellness skills acquisitions outcomes, we could see gains in areas in addition to negative outcome reductions (e.g, reduced hospitalizations).
John Decker
02:06:46
Two of my top three are up there - Thanks John
Alona Yorkshire
02:08:13
PCT to make meaningful lives - expand and make this more accessible for families and CSCs
Nina Spiegelman
02:09:14
Such a great point Dr Beasley. That is why Self- Determination is so important
Dr. Joan Beasley
02:09:25
Thank you
Dr. Joan Beasley
02:17:36
Thank you for including me I look forward to our continued collaboration.