Creativity and Innovation on the Front Line

Moderated by Jason Gordon
March 1, 2022 1:05PM
Panel Participants
A Strategy for Bridging Relationship in a Remote Community

Joanna Felton
Registered Speech Language Pathologist , Sundrops Centre for Child Development, Clements Centre, Duncan, BC 

Swul’lustanaut – Lottie Cook
Early Years Outreach Worker, for Kw’umut Lelum providing services to Penelakut Tribe

The CALM before, during and after the storm – Supporting children’s social and emotional development

Kiran Sidhu
Early Care and Learning Leader, Fraser Valley Child Development Centre

Nicole Misura
Early Years Project Manager, Fraser Valley Child Development Centre

Using Facebook Live to keep connected to families during the pandemic

Lorinda Seto
AIDP Consultant, Vancouver Aboriginal Health Society

Cindy Pete
Aboriginal Worker, Vancouver Aboriginal Health Society

Panel Description

Since March 2020, the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted young children and families, as well as all the systems of care and support for them. It has not been easy but some have found power in the possibility, leading to creative ideas and innovations in the field. Learn about some of these innovative programs and practices that continue to be used to better support children and families at this difficult time.