CONVERSATION 360 - an interactive dialog
PUBLIC SAFETY & DISABILITY
June 1st, 2021
Time: 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Barriers to information, health care, technology, employment, housing, recreation, education, and transportation are a daily fact of life for most individuals with disabilities. These barriers intensify during emergencies and it is important to understand the unique challenges impacting the disability community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The "Gathering Experiences of People with Disabilities During COVID-19" Survey is complete and we'd like to share our findings as we engage in conversation around the results and recent updates in the areas of the vaccine, education, employment, and access to food, shelter, and medical care.
5:45PM - Welcome & Introductions
5:50PM - Resource Highlights
6:25PM - Breakout Session [Manually close]
7:05PM - Breakout Session
7:35PM - Wrap-up / Reflection & Input
Facilitators (Invitation Only) and Exhibitors are welcome to
register their participation by clicking here.
ACCESS INFORMATION: Deaf interpreter services and other accommodations may be provided upon request. Accessible parking and ramp access available at venue.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Most things are possible when you assume problems can be solved.
- Judith Heumann
Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” — James Baldwin
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Time Keeper: Monitors the time. Coordinates with discussion moderators to ensure 5-minute warnings and discussion closure announcements are broadcasted to keep with the agenda.
Support Liaison: In the event leadership is needed, this person will connect with the host for assistance by leaving the breakout room and returning to the main room. Assist the discussion moderator in monitoring the chat thread. Remind the moderator to record at the beginning of the session.
Monitors the room chat function to ensure the chat gets combined into the verbal discussion. Monitors the time broadcasts/notifications, announces room closures, keeps the conversation on topic and interjects kick-starter and registration questions into the conversation. Assumes the recorder role if position was not filled.
Recorder: Records the breakout room discussion. Needs to have enough space on their hard drive and responsible for uploading the zoom files to a designated folder after the meeting.
Room Rotation Facilitator:
Sets up and coordinates the transition of guests into Exhibitor and Discussion breakout rooms.
Room Rotation Announcer:
Assists the Room Rotation Facilitator in tracking requests for room changes in the chat feature and reading them aloud to help facilitate a more efficient transition for guests.
Zoom Waiting Room Moderator:
Facilitates the renaming of guests as they arrive in the waiting room. Identifies Exhibitors, Discussion facilitators, confirms guest registration, and admits guests into the main Zoom room.
ASL Host: Hosts the ASL Interpreters, helping them navigate the Zoom platform and facilitates the matching of interpreters with those who need assistance. Because the sessions are being recorded, ASL interpretation should take place regardless of whether or not a person who needs interpretation services is present.
Closed Captioning Support: Dedicated volunteer who works to support those relying on the closed captioning system when information is picked up and communicated poorly and the the attendee needs something clarified or repeated.