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Arthritis Council / Peer Sharing Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
24:57
Action on Arthritis - https://actiononarthritis.chronicdisease.org/monthly-webinars/
Nancy Mears
26:09
Hi everyone – My name is Nancy Mears. I am an Extension Agent with the University of Delaware. I focus on volunteer leadership and development and nutrition and wellness, specifically in the areas of community health and worksite wellness.
Lindsay Miller, NYAIL
26:34
Lindsay Miller is Executive Director of the New York Association on Independent Living (NYAIL), the statewide membership organization for Independent Living Centers (ILCs). Ms. Miller joined NYAIL as Advocacy Coordinator in May 2008, after receiving a Master’s in Public Health from the University at Albany, and has served as Executive Director since 2013. As Executive Director, Ms. Miller has helped grow the organization and the IL network’s presence through the implementation and management of several statewide programs focused on helping people with disabilities and older adults transition out of nursing facilities and back into the community.ILCs are community based, not-for-profit organizations run by and for people with disabilities. ILCs provide a range of services, advocacy and supports, all of which are focused on helping people with disabilities of all ages, of all disabilities, live independently in the community.
Tom Cummiskey, Plymouth Public Library
26:50
I am an outreach librarian at Plymouth Public Library and I have a background in medical and hospital libraries.
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
28:55
Here is a link to more information about Delaware Fit Biz https://www.udel.edu/academics/colleges/canr/cooperative-extension/nutrition-wellness/nutrition/fitbiz/
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
29:40
Here is a link to information about SNAP Ed https://www.fns.usda.gov/snap/snap-ed
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
30:04
Here is a link to the SNAP Ed Toolkit that links approved interventions including Walk With Ease https://snapedtoolkit.org/interventions/find/
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
30:30
Here is a link to the state SNAP Ed programs including state agency information and implementing agency information https://snaped.fns.usda.gov/state-snap-ed-programs
Nick Turkas - Arthritis Fdn
31:29
Kudos Nancy! Thank you for your leadership!
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
31:39
Here is a link to an NPR article that speaks to the role of libraries in improving community health and well-being. https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2022/01/03/1063985757/why-your-local-library-might-be-hiring-a-social-worker
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
32:59
Here is a link to the Massachusetts Libraries Board of Library Commissioners website https://mblc.state.ma.us/
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
34:25
Here is a link to the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners Service Update on Walk With Ease: https://mblc.state.ma.us/mblc_blog/2020/12/10/walk-with-ease-program-opportunity-with-positive-rewards/
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
35:08
Here is a link to the New York Association on Independent Living website https://ilny.us/
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
35:28
Here is a link to the National Council on Independent Living which provides tools and resources to advance independent living and the rights of people with disabilities. https://ncil.org/
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
35:42
Here is a link to a statewide directory of Independent Living Councils https://www.ilru.org/projects/silc-net/silc-directory
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
36:01
Here is a link to a directory of centers for independent living and associations https://www.ilru.org/projects/cil-net/cil-center-and-association-directory
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
38:05
Another great resource - ACL Administration for Community Living Independent Living Services Program https://acl.gov/ils-programs
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
41:19
More information on Cooperative Extensions - https://nifa.usda.gov/about-nifa/how-we-work/extension/cooperative-extension-system
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
43:42
Here is a link to a Massachusetts Library blog article that spoke about Walk With Ease: https://masslibsystem.org/blog/2020/12/16/walk-with-ease-program-opportunity-with-positive-rewards/
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
44:03
Here are background materials and other materials that were created to inform library patrons about Walk With Ease and the Springfield College Dept of Physical Therapy program.
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
45:17
Here are examples of social media posts that were made about Walk With Ease: https://www.plymouthpubliclibrary.org/blog/2020/08/22/walk-with-ease/?fbclid=IwAR0K5hPu140q8c1PJ27Xk2voN1k0cwj9rB7POqlMAAo7S--VftqdE1TZFjA)
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
47:07
Another SM post example: Walk With Ease is back!! The Physical Therapy students at Springfield College are eager to meet their new group of Walkers! Last year we had 25 older adults take part in this self-directed walking program, and they could not stop raving about the program, the materials and the attention they received via Zoom and phone by these helpful students. Registration is limited, so sign up today. You will receive your free Walk With Ease book, courtesy of the Arthritis Foundation. Deadline to register is September 1st.
Nick Turkas - Arthritis Fdn
47:29
Thank you, Tom! I love WWE offered at libraries - a true community hub. (There are more libraries in US than McDonald's.) Great work!!
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
48:23
More info on Springfield project - https://springfield.edu/walk-with-ease
Nick Turkas - Arthritis Fdn
49:11
I have shared the Springfield toolkit to PT schools in Arkansas and Iowa.
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
52:31
NCHPAD is the premier national resource for information on physical activity, health promotion, and disability, serving persons with physical, sensory and cognitive disability across the lifespan. Here is a link to their website https://www.nchpad.org/
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
54:08
Here is a link to a Call to Action Toolkit developed by the NACDD 1705 team to scale the National DPP in underserved areas. The NY Association on Independent Living is a partner in this work. https://chronicdisease.org/page/diabetes/scaling-the-national-dpp-in-underserved-areas/
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
58:06
Reposting the SNAP-Ed info from earlier.
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
58:15
@ Lindsay - Do state associations or individual ILC’s have a way to determine what types of programs (self-management, physical activity) their clients/consumers would be interested in attending?
Heather Murphy (she/her), NACDD
58:16
Here is a link to information about SNAP Ed https://www.fns.usda.gov/snap/snap-edHere is a link to the SNAP Ed Toolkit that links approved interventions including Walk With Ease https://snapedtoolkit.org/interventions/find/• Here is a link to the state SNAP Ed programs including state agency information and implementing agency information https://snaped.fns.usda.gov/state-snap-ed-programs
Lindsay Miller, NYAIL
01:00:18
Because Information & Referral is a core ILC service, centers are well in tune with the services and supports individuals in their community are looking for, as well as the services available through other community partners.
Margaret Kaniewski
01:05:54
The YMCA of USA has done it. I don't think Heather Hodge is on the call.
Nadia Z. Mazza (she/her), NC
01:06:40
Thank you, Lisa!
Katie Potestio
01:06:44
The Alliance of NYS YMCAs WWE webpage has many publicly available resources from our work with the Ys! http://www.ymcanys.org/walk-with-ease-program/
Nadia Z. Mazza (she/her), NC
01:08:04
That's awesome, Shanetta!
Tom Cummiskey, Plymouth Public Library
01:14:30
Massachusetts has Community Health Network Areas or CHNA's. Our local CHNA offers mini grants which providers could apply for and then roll out those movement programs in the community. It's all about partnering for prevention!
Caitlin Gurney (she/her), NYSDOH
01:14:57
Great one-pager developed by the NYS Disability and Health Program promoting physical activity among people with disability: https://www.health.ny.gov/publications/0970.pdf
Shanetta Agnew-AR
01:15:01
I also wanted to share some next steps for the Arkansas Disability and Health Program, is the plan to video Walk With Ease lectures in plain language with captions to increase utilization of Walk With Ease by disabled persons. Their program will also recruit more social work students to increase access to disabled populations in other parts of the state.
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
01:20:22
Thanks, Shanetta!
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
01:21:09
Thank you Adam!
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
01:21:20
Thank you Amy M!
Caitlin Gurney (she/her), NYSDOH
01:21:48
Thank you to all of the panelists today!
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
01:21:50
• Healthcare Provider Counseling and Referral Workgroup: April 7, 2022 @ 2:00 p.m. ET. Please email us if you would like to be added to the calendar invites.Walk With Ease Workgroup: April 18, 2022 @ 11:00 a.m. ET
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
01:22:02
Next webinar is May 3rd at 2:00 p.m. ET. Please remember to register in advance for this webinar: https://chronicdisease.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUscOGprDosGtNe6JaVFBIwDa7nTmAk6mfGAfter registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Nancy Mears
01:22:03
Thank you!!
Tom Cummiskey, Plymouth Public Library
01:22:23
Please contact me if you have any library questions.
Lisa Erck [she/her], NACDD
01:22:24
https://actiononarthritis.chronicdisease.org/monthly-webinars/
Shanetta Agnew-AR
01:22:31
Thank you great info!