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Health Literacy for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities - Shared screen with speaker view
Helina Mändmets
35:47
Helina Mändmets (Estonia)
Onnalita Sutton
35:51
Onnalita Sutton, USA
Monica Patton
35:52
Monica Patton
Kaye Blankenship
35:56
Kaye Blankenship USA
Amy Sam
36:01
Amy from the United States
Cristina Martinez
36:05
Cristina Martínez, Swiss Cancer League, Bern
Monica Patton
36:13
Monica Patton, USA, Patient Education Coordinator
Jennifer Bal
36:15
Jennifer Bal, Covering Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA
Lisa Wesel
36:23
Lisa Wesel, representing Community Connect Maine, a non-profit that supports the needs of people with disabilities and their families in Maine.
Alicia Mueller
36:35
Alicia Mueller - Nurse in Nebraska, USA
Sayuri Sanabria
36:59
Hello!
Toni Des forges
37:05
Toni des Forges , Paramedic in the UK
Monique heijmans
37:08
Monique Heijmans _ Netherlands Institute of health services research
Serah Nthenge
37:10
Serah, from Massachussets USA
Sayuri Sanabria
37:14
My name is Sayuri. I am watching the webinar from the US
Loriane Zelfl
37:15
Hello, I'm Loriane Zelfl from Fulda, Germany.
Verna McKenna
37:15
Hi there, Verna McKenna joining from Ireland
Daiki Fujii
37:18
Daiki Fujii, from Japan. nice to see you!
Jose Solorzano
37:18
Jose Solorzano, Community Health Rep. IEHP United States CA
Karima Boumendil
37:18
Dear all,
Deborah Chinn
37:30
Hi all, Deborah Chinn here from King’s College London, UK
Kimberly Kreber
37:31
Kim Kreber, CHW Coordinator, U.S., WA State
Lisa Wesel
37:38
That’s Maine, USA (I apologize for omitting the country in my previous message.)
Virginia Visconde Brasil
37:42
Virginia Visconde - Greetings from Brazil!
Reshmi Singh
37:46
Reshmi Singh, Social Pharmacy Faculty, U of Wyoming, USA
Amy Wulff
37:52
Hello! Amy Wulff here from Mayo Clinic in the USA
Kashif Mirza
38:16
Kashif Mirza - Inland Empire Health Plan, USA
Tracy Torchetti
38:22
Tracy Torchetti, Canadian Cancer Society, based in Toronto. Hello!
Millicent Boateng
38:25
Millicent Boateng, greetings from Ghana
Brittany Walter
38:26
Brittany Walter, Children’s Hospital Colorado, USA
Carol Musso
38:32
Carol Musso, UHC, USA
Karen Narvaez
38:33
Karen Narvaez, Care Coordination Program Manager, Neighborhood Health. VA, USA
Angela Makris
38:38
Angela Makris College of Public Health , University of South Florida USA!
Amy Sam
39:04
Greetings! Amy from Massachusetts General Hospital, United States!
Martha Nelson
39:05
Martha Nelson, Nursing Professional Development Practitioner, UT, USA
Handan Terzi
39:06
Hi there! Greetings from Turkey. Handan Terzi-Assistant Prof. @ Ufuk University School of Nursing Public Health Nursing Department.
Elisa DeJesus
39:11
Elisa DeJesus, Ibero-American Action League, Inc. Rochester NY
Elena Carbone
39:16
Elena Carbone Univ of MA, greetings from USA
Karima Boumendil
39:17
Dear all, Karima Boumendil from Morocco,National School of Public Health
Hillary Holes
39:46
Hillary Holes, Director of Health Equity at Healthcare Council of Western Pennsylvania, USA
Monique McCollum
41:16
Monique McCollum, Health Literacy Manager, Univ of Colorado Hospital USA
Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi
42:42
Welcome all everyone. We've got participants from all over the world!
Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi
43:11
Please share your thoughts in the chat box.
Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi
43:33
Please share questions to specific speakers via the Q&A box
Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi
51:27
Q&A for this talk from 10:20 - 10:25 so we are good with time.
Carol Musso
51:52
Carol Musso, RN,BSN-United Healthcare, USA
Anthonia Nnubia
54:04
Anthonia Nnubia, from Nigeria
Aracely Rosales
56:00
To all: please send your questions via chat
Gustave Soh
56:25
SOH Gustave, Cameroon
Monique heijmans
01:00:00
do you think that now everything becomes more digital this is an extra challenge or rather an opportunity to support this group
Marios Kantaris
01:00:24
Marios Kantaris, Cyprus. www.healthresearch.cy Thanks for this very useful session.
Cristina Martinez
01:00:34
For Dirk Broland:Why should the target-oriented approach be specific for people with disabilities?
Michelle Hutchinson
01:08:47
How does Exceptional Lives get its funding?
Deborah Chinn
01:11:18
Lot of Easy Read information for people with intellectual disabilities is available in the UK, some created by govt and some by NGOs: https://www.easyhealth.org.uk/index.php/health-leaflets-and-videos/covid-19/
Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi
01:11:38
Thank you for sharing
Deborah Chinn
01:11:54
Sorry - meant Easy Read information on COVID and vaccinations etc
Anthonia Nnubia
01:12:05
Thank you for sharing
Julie McKinney
01:12:17
Michelle, Exceptional Lives gets funding through grants and donations. exceptional lives.org
Michelle Hutchinson
01:12:30
Thank you, Julie.
Jennifer Bueno
01:17:30
Therapists (speech, language, occupational, etc) are a key actor in the health literacy for families and persons with intellectual disabilities. They are health professionals who can, and actually help to build the skills needed to manage health information. Lot of the strategies shared by Dr Bandini are common in speech and occupational therapy. We should include these professionals in the work of health literacy promotion.Thanks for this amazing session.
Deborah Chinn
01:19:41
Brittany Walter - there is a UK photo-library for people with intellectual disabilities https://www.photosymbols.com/
Sayuri Sanabria
01:20:31
I have to go to work. Thank you for this wonderful webinar. I will subscribe for more.
Sayuri Sanabria
01:20:39
Have a great day all of you
Brittany Walter
01:21:31
Thank you!
Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi
01:22:09
I was wondering how Linda and the other
Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi
01:22:26
I was wondering how Linda and the others would adapt her acdtivitres related to COVID
Gustave Soh
01:23:32
congratulations for all presenter
Verna McKenna
01:24:15
Thank you for a really interesting and informative session. Apologies I have to leave to attend a meeting. Verna
Julie McKinney
01:24:27
Here’s a good resource: https://selfadvocacyinfo.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Plain-Language-Information-on-Coronavirus-accessible-.pdf
Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi
01:25:34
Do you know of any research about developing health literaydc working with therapists?
Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi
01:27:18
We can end when ever you are ready.
Terri Covarrubias
01:28:55
Good session and Good work. Keep it up. This population is often overlooked. <3
Carol Musso
01:28:57
United Healthcare has a Health Literacy Glossary: Justplainclear.com
Tracy Torchetti
01:29:04
Thank you!
Dirk Bruland
01:29:07
I am sorry, your question is overread, it is with intellectual disability, we cannot answer the question we make Research on it, if it useful or not
Kaye Blankenship
01:29:19
Thank you
Handan Terzi
01:29:28
Thanks for this great webinar
Carol Musso
01:29:45
It is in English and Spanish, with visuals to kelp explain some concepts.
Dirk Bruland
01:29:55
but we have a lot of indications like other Kind of learning, more Support, reading & writing competencies etc. that it might be useful,
Virginia Visconde Brasil
01:30:03
Thanks for these great presentations!
Rhonda Moore English
01:30:13
will there also be a focus on digital literacy too
Rhonda Moore English
01:30:17
?
Kimberly Kreber
01:30:21
Thank you everyone for doing this important work and sharing your expertise.
Helen Osborne
01:30:41
Thanks so much for these excellent presentations on a topic that needs so much attention.
Dirk Bruland
01:31:05
so our Research questions are to get to this answer, this question is not answered but we are in process and welcome every note to it. Thanks for your interest
Julie McKinney
01:31:33
Thank you everyone for attending! :)
Dirk Bruland
01:32:06
Thank you for you interest
Reshmi Singh
01:32:20
Thank you, very helpful!
Deborah Chinn
01:32:21
Thanks all!
Louise Sopher
01:32:23
Thank you!
Brittany Walter
01:32:23
Thank you!
Onnalita Sutton
01:32:28
Thanks!
Loriane Zelfl
01:32:28
Thank you!
Edgar Meyer
01:32:30
Thank you!
Kashif Mirza
01:32:31
Thank you.