You are invited to join SF Community Living Campaign and SNA for a special meeting “Resilient Sunnyside” on Tuesday August 18th, 3:30-4:30 PM via Zoom. Meeting outline at the end of this post. Read more about resilient neighborhoods here.
From Community Living Campaign:
This is our fourth in a series and has been an important opportunity to exchange stories of hope, compassion, and joy about your neighbors during this pandemic.
The focus of the conversation is to hear stories about what is resonating and happening day-to-day with folks of how to stay safe and connected in the midst of Covid-19 while living sheltered in place. I will start off with your personal history with your neighborhood, and how your program has mobilized to meet the needs of your neighbors. I plan to then ask you to share an inspiring story about this unprecedented time in your neighborhoods. We will have time for Q&A as well.
Meeting outline found below. Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/86567474200 for the Roundtable. If you have a question or idea that I should include in this conversation, let me know. Please promote this virtual conversation with your network of neighbors, friends, family, community groups and elected officials.
Be well, safe & sane,
Sherri Hayes Sawyer
Vision and Hearing Accessibility Manager
Francis Goldsmith Vision & Hearing Initiative
(Email) firstname.lastname@example.org (Phone) (415) 821-1003 ext. 11
Community Living Campaign (CLC)
Cultivating connections to help seniors and people with disabilities age and thrive at home.
Meeting Outline for the Resilient Neighborhood- Part 4 – Sunnyside & METCC
Welcome – Lorraine
Zoom House Rules – Lorraine
Introduce Round Table Community Connector Participants -Sherri
Tell us about your personal & professional background?
- How long have you been active in your community? Why did you get involved with your neighborhood?
- Tell us about the history of your neighborhood association and why the need for programs for older adults?
- Briefly describe who your residents are by age range, ethnicity & languages.
Describe how the Neighborhood Association and the Community Connector program complements each other? (i.e. events, community meetings, etc.)
What things are making a difference in your neighborhood while many residents are still stuck at home in order to meet the needs of your seniors/ and/or persons with disabilities around social isolation, COVID-19, Black Lives Matter movement, 2020 census and rapidly approaching elections?
How have you and your team mobilized to address the fear & uncertainty of being sheltered in place with no end in sight?
Why is important to invest resources to build/grow resilient neighborhoods, especially for our seniors and people with disabilities?
Q&A Time – Sherri