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Data Sets Project. First Nations Social Development Society Active Measures Cowichan Tribes Yellow Cedar Learning Centre Ministry of Social Development QSL – CLI, Individual Opportunities Program First Nations Technology Council. Process. Social Development referral process

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Data sets project

Data Sets Project

First Nations Social Development Society

Active Measures

Cowichan Tribes

Yellow Cedar Learning Centre

Ministry of Social Development

QSL – CLI, Individual Opportunities Program

First Nations Technology Council


Process

Process

  • Social Development referral process

  • Individual Opportunities Program completes intake

  • Resources in place to work with members

  • Social Development Worker support

  • August 2011 meeting with Stolo Nation and Yellow Cedar Learning Centre

  • Active Measures proposal funding secured

  • Data Sharing agreement challenges

  • MSD information sharing, meetings, data collection


Assessments

Assessments

  • Intake with Liz Jimmie, Yellow Cedar Learning Centre – at Cowichan

  • SOI – evaluates personal learning styles and how it rates to the workplace/school setting

  • Quick Q Brain Mapping – measures brainwaves in five different areas, identifies symptoms

  • SA 45 – assesses emotional well-being


Member comments challenges

Member comments/challenges

  • “Why am I doing this?”

  • “What a relief, I am ‘normal’” – nothing wrong with me

  • Silence – followed spouse

  • Trouble getting to morning appointments

  • Provided lunch and snacks

  • “Hey, I am smart.”

  • “What’s in it for me?”


Outcomes

Outcomes

  • One member not working night shift at local grocery store

  • One member working in an office setting and gaining experience

  • Continuing Adult Basic Education

  • Moving onto CAMERA assessment, work


Supports

Supports

  • Individual Opportunities Worker follows up with members

  • Members attending training, employment

  • Community Leadership Initiative, Individual Opportunities Program is a life long employment strategy where there is no end of supports to members


Project wrap up

Project Wrap up

  • The project is wrapping up March 31, 2012

  • Cowichan Tribes Social Development is grateful to be a part of this process

  • A special “Thank You” to the participants who took the risk! It was not easy.

  • Thank you to all the partners who have made this work possible. I do apologize if I have missed partners

  • Special Thank you to Liz Jimmie for your commitment to the project and all the work you do on behalf of communities


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