The ability to adapt to change and overcome adversities defines what is understood as resilience. In recent months, there have been a number of debilitating factors including the COVID-19 pandemic, changes in our economy, lost jobs, budget changes, civil unrest, and general uncertainty which requires both us as individuals as well as our communities to tap into that resilience. Research shows that cumulative experiences lead to greater risks for impacts on our long-term health and wellbeing. Considering the multitude of challenges that members in communities across the nation are facing, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware and Orange Counties are joining together to offer a series of webinars for community members across the state.
The series launched with a focus on Growing Resilience Individually on Tuesday, October 8, and will continue with a session on Growing Resilience as a Community on Thursday, November 19. The final part of this series will be a virtual conference that focuses on Tools for Growing Resilience: in schools, health and human services, and the community at large. The final session will be held on Friday, December 11 where Scarlett Lewis, founder of the Choose Love Movement will deliver the keynote.
Webinar participants can expect to learn strategies that foster the ability to stay within their Resilient Zone, as well as strategies that support resilience as a community and there will be a special focus on schools, health care and human service providers, as well as sectors including faith-based communities, courts, law enforcement and the community at large.
October 8 Growing Resilience: starting with ourselves– see the video at:
November 19, 3:30 – 4:30 PM Growing Resilience: in our communities
Join to hear from a panel of community leaders about their Community Resilience Initiatives and discuss steps about what is possible in your community.
is no cost for this webinar, however pre-registration is required:
After registering, you will
receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
December 8 & 9, Conference Tools for Growing Resilience: in our schools, health and human services, and our communities at large
SAVE THE DATES!
This will be the 23rd annual Making Healthful Decisions Conference focusing on Tools for Growing Resilience across different sectors. The conference will begin with a panel hosted by Commissioner of the Departments of Social Services and Mental Health in Orange County, Darcie Miller, LCSW-R and followed by workshops to develop skills and tools for the Health and human services sector, as well as for the community. Day 2 will commence with keynote speaker Scarlett Lewis, founder of the Choose Love Movement, which will be followed by a Choose Love workshop for schools and a Choose Love workshop for parents, places of work and members of the community. Registration opens the week of November 9.
There is no cost to this series, however registration is required. To register or for more information, please contact Julika von Stackelberg at (845) 344-1234 ext. 274 or email@example.com, or Jeanne Darling at (607) 865-6531.
Free, but registration is required
This event is online
Last updated October 29, 2020