Welcome to Day 2 of the SEED Summit! We are excited to share several presentations today focused on health and the early years.
For more details on each presentation, learning objectives, key take-aways and additional resources click the presentation title below.
- Northern Health’s Approach to Early Childhood Services presented by Jennifer Begg, Executive Lead – Child & Youth Health, Northern Health
- Nusdeh Yoh Primary Care Clinic presented by Lauren Irving, Family Nurse Practitioner, Central Interior Native Health, Prince George BC
- Left Out: Children and Youth with Special Needs in the Pandemic presented by Dr. Jennifer Charlesworth, Representative for Children and Youth BC
- The Quesnel & District Child Development Centre: Programs, Services, and Our Place in the Community presented by Lynn Mathiesen, Executive Director, Quesnel & District Child Development Centre
- “Why Have I Had to Fight This Hard” Experiences of Aboriginal Caregivers Who Have Children Diagnosed with ADHD presented by Nicole Sawin
- How Organizational & Structural Factors Shape the Delivery of Trauma and Violence-Informed Early Intervention with Indigenous Families and Children” Findings from a Province-wide study in BC presented by Dr. Alison Gerlach, Assistant Professor, School of Child & Youth Care, University of Victoria
Engage in Today’s Discussion
Visit the SEED Connection Board and begin networking – let everyone know who you are and where you’re from! Say hi to old friends and introduce yourself to new peers across northern BC.