Turning To One Another Network
Bringing GIPA to Life through Peer Engagement and Collaborative Relationships
Overall Turning To One Another /TTOA Network Objective: To increase the capacity of ASOs to build effective working relationships between ASO staff and Peers in multiple roles.
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If you are a member of the TTOA Network, the Community Forum can be accessed here: TTOA Forum
There are 13 TTOA ASO Pilot Site Partners across Ontario which support and collaborate with Peer Facilitators to create and deliver on-going local programs. They also share local ideas and practices to help develop the provincial framework.
- TTOA Working Group currently has membership of Peer Engagement Workers or Peer Health Navigators from five ASOs around the province of Ontario that are collaborating to strengthen peer engagement. They are working together to learn from local programming and development of peer engagement trainings.
- TTOA Provincial Consultations happen annually where worker representatives are invited from network member Ontario ASOs and Peers, who are graduates of the Peer Engagement Training series, and are now involved in increased community facilitation activities. These events continue to build a collaborative framework to support addressing the real-life practicalities of GIPA-MIPA implementation. Also this event provides an opportunity to showcase Peer-led workshops from across the province and promote exchange about wise practices.
- ASO Worker Training Sessions to provide an opportunity for consultation and peer learning about the practical processes and challenges in supporting Peer Engagement.
- TTOA Best Practice Framework & Workbook
- Peer Engagement Training PART A
- Peer Engagement Training PART B
- Essential Tools for Support and Stability Worker Resource Kit
- Essential Tools for Support and Stability Peer Researcher Resource Kit
- Year Three Findings Abstract OHTN 2012
- Year Three Findings Presentation OHTN 2012
- TTOA Findings Poster CAHR 2012 YIII
- PHA Facilitator Training Findings Poster CAHR 2012