Clubhouse Webinar Series — We Are Not Alone
We are excited to continue our live Clubhouse Webinar Series, WE ARE NOT ALONE: GROWING STRONGER TOGETHER
The most recent webinar in our series: Light in the Dark: Clubhouses Finding Their Way through COVID was presented on Wednesday, December 16, at 11:00am (EST). Presented by: HERO House NW, Bellevue, Washington; Potential Place, Calgary, Canada; and Legacy Center, Flint, Michigan. The video recording will be available shortly.
For login details and more information, email WANAwebinar@fountainhouse.org.
The Fifteenth Webinar presentation entitled, Clubhouse Focus on Wellness: Now more than ever! was presented on Wednesday, November 18 at 10:00am (EST) by: Fountain House, New York, USA; Progress Place, Toronto, Canada; and Wellspring Clubhouse, Sellersville, Pennsylvania. The video recording will be available shortly.
The Fourteenth Webinar presentation entitled, Clubhouse Coalitions: Stronger Together – How to Build and Utilize an Effective Regional Clubhouse Coalition, was presented on Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at 10:00am (EDT) by: Swedish Clubhouse Coalition and Academy at Glengary, Florida. Click here for the video recording.
- Click here for the Power Point presentation from Clubhouse Ohio and Clubhouse Indiana.
- Click here for the comments presented by Clubhouse Norway about its coalition work and successes.
The thirteenth webinar presentation entitled, Digital Inclusion — Clubhouses Expanding Access to Digital Communication and Opportunity! was presented on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 9:00am (EDT) by: Swedish Clubhouse Coalition and Academy at Glengary, Florida. Click here for the Webinar video.
The twelfth webinar presentation entitled, Keeping it ‘Clubhouse’! New Member Orientation and Staff Hiring During Covid-19 was presented on Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at 10:00am (EDT)by: High Hopes Clubhouse, Maine; Capitol Clubhouse, Maine; and Genesis Club, Massachusetts. Click here for the Webinar video.
The eleventh webinar in our series was: Social Justice: How Your Clubhouse Can Make a Difference, presented by Fountain House and Clubhouse New York on Wednesday August 2, 2020 at 10:00am (EDT). Click here for the Webinar Video, and click on each of the the links below for the PowerPoint presentations:
The tenth webinar in our series was: Challenging Job Market? Time for Renewed Focus on Clubhouse Educational Supports! Presented by Fountain House, New York, Magnolia Clubhouse, Ohio, and Fonenehuset Rygge, Norway, Wednesday, July 8, 2020, 10:00 (EDT). Click here for the Webinar Video, and click on each of the links below for the PowerPoint presentations:
The ninth webinar in our series was: Sticking Together: Utilizing Social Programming to lift our spirits during these tough times. Presented by Alliance House, Utah and Putman Clubhouse, California, Wednesday June 17, 2020 11:00am (EDT). Click here and here for the Power Point slide presentations from this Webinar. Click here to view the video of the entire Webinar.
The eighth webinar in our series was: What about Work? How can we maintain our focus on work/employment in the current environment? Presented by: Independence Center, St. Louis, Missouri; Fontenehuset Bærum, Norway; Fountain House Stockholm, Sweden. Live stream on Thursday, June 4 at 10:00am (EDT). Click here to view the video of the entire Webinar.
The seventh webinar in our series: The ‘Hybrid’ Clubhouse: Integrating Traditional Onsite Clubhouse with New Virtual/Remote Clubhouse Innovations, was presented on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, 10:00am (EDT), by Mosaic Clubhouse, London, England and Academy at Glengary, Florida, USA.
- Click here to view the video of the entire Webinar
- Click here for the Mosaic Clubhouse PowerPoint presentation
- Click here for the Academy at Glengary PowerPoint presentation
- Click here for the Academy at Glengary ‘Hybrid Clubhouse’ brief video clip
The sixth webinar in our series: OUR VALUES: What is our Clubhouse community learning about ourselves? Our Standards? Our relationships? Our flexibility? was presented on Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 10:00am (EDT), by the members and staff of Progress Place Clubhouse, Toronto, Canada.
The fifth webinar in our series: Beginning the Process of Re-Opening Our Clubhouses: Hearing from Clubhouses, was presented on Wednesday, May 13, 2020, 10:00am. Moderator: Anita Brix Lambaek, Clubhouse International. Clubhouse Panel: Clubhouse De Waterheuvel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Fontenehuset i Oslo, Oslo, Norway; Gateway, South Carolina, USA; and Phoenix Clubhouse, Hong Kong, SAR, PRC.
- Click here to view the slide presentation by Phoenix Clubhouse (Hong Kong, SAR, PRC)
- Click here to view the Webinar Video!
The fourth Webinar in our Series: How are We Doing? Clubhouses Gathering Data with our Worldwide Surveys During this Pandemic, was presented on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, 11:00am (EDT). It was introduced by Michael Hamlin, Fountain House New York. Panel: Lee Kellogg (Clubhouse International), Lori D’Angelo (Magnolia Clubhouse), Francesca Pernice (Wayne State University), Kevin Rice (Fountain House New York), Guido Valentini (Club Itaca Roma).
The third Webinar in our Series: VIRTUAL WORK-ORDERED DAY: MAKING IT WORK FOR YOUR CLUBHOUSE! was presented on Wednesday, April 29, 2020, 10:00 am (EDT) by Genesis Club, Worcester, Massachusetts. This Webinar provided practical suggestions for creating a strong work day during this time of physical distancing, including: daily schedules, unit meetings and agendas, work-mediated relationships, types of work, and how towork “side by side” when we’re not in the same building.
The second Webinar was presented by Clubhouse International on Thursday April 23 at 11:00 am (EDT). This session was entitled, HOW CAN MEMBERS CONTINUE TO MAKE A MEANINGFUL CONTRIBUTION TO OUR CLUBHOUSES DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS? Presenters included: Jack Yatsko, Clubhouse International, Moderator, Stine Gjerdalen, Fontenehuset Gjørvik, Norway, Paula Boyd, Putnam Clubhouse, California, and Mary Rogers, The Carriage House, Indiana.
The first Webinar was presented by Fountain House New York on Thursday April 16 at 10:00 am (EDT). This session was entitled, STAYING SOCIALLY CONNECTED WHILE PHYSICALLY DISTANT.