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TIME:  12 pm CT / 1 pm ET

Calling all family leaders and professionals who work with families of D/HH children living the military lifestyle! (Families welcome!)

- Learn how challenges for D/HH children and their families are compounded by the military lifestyle and vice versa.
- Through an interactive exercise, obtain a sense of how the military lifestyle compounds the challenges of repeatedly establishing medical & educational homes for families with D/HH children.
- Learn how to best support military families with D/HH children through local resources, military programs, and the Hands & Voices network.
 

PLEASE REGISTER AT:
https://tinyurl.com/HV-boots

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SE DeafBlind Webinar Series
Tuesdays and Thursdays
(ASL Interpreting, Captioning & Spanish Interpreting Provided)
Sponsored by the Southeast State DeafBlind Projects

TIME:  1:30PM CST; 2:30PM EST

Combined visual and hearing loss is a unique disability. Age of onset, type and degree of the sensory loss, and presence of additional disabilities all contribute to the impact across developmental domains.  The session will detail information about the range of developmental challenges for young children, ages birth through age five.

PRESENTER:  Tanni Anthony, Ph.D Director, Access, Learning and Literacy

Please Register by NOON EASTERN day of Presentation 

REGISTER HERE: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_07ipdTYYQRK6DEU9V0s05Q

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Welcome to the Bringing the Stage to Life - NASHVILLE Conference! This event is completely unique and cannot be compared to any short or long term performance interpreting conference. BSL Nashville focuses on preparing attendees to use performance interpreting skills for professional and local events. Because BSL Nashville is located here in Music City U.S.A. we have a unique opportunity to access a wide variety of musical styles and settings ranging from dinner theaters, to national shows, to local Honky Tonks, one time big named concerts, to the famous Grand Ole Opry stage. This event will prepare interpreters to provide top quality, visually stimulating, musical interpretations, the kind which most Deaf consumers crave.

This conference will earn you 3.5 PS CEUs.

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3.5 PS CEUs

Welcome to the Bringing the Stage to Life - NASHVILLE Conference! This event is completely unique and cannot be compared to any short or long term performance interpreting conference. BSL Nashville focuses on preparing attendees to use performance interpreting skills for professional and local events. Because BSL Nashville is located here in Music City U.S.A. we have a unique opportunity to access a wide variety of musical styles and settings ranging from dinner theatres, to national shows, to local Honky Tonks, one time big named concerts, to the famous Grand Ole Opry stage. This event will prepare interpreters to provide top quality, visually stimulating, musical interpretations, the kind which most Deaf consumers crave. So take a moment to look around this website and find out more about BSL Nashville! Hope you can join us!
 

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BSL Nashville focuses on preparing attendees to use performance interpreting skills for professional and local events. Because BSL Nashville is located here in Music City U.S.A. we have a unique opportunity to access a wide variety of musical styles and settings ranging from dinner theatres, to national shows, to local Honky Tonks, one time big named concerts, to the famous Grand Ole Opry stage. This event will prepare interpreters to provide top quality, visually stimulating, musical interpretations, the kind which most Deaf consumers crave.

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Welcome to the Bringing the Stage to Life - NASHVILLE Conference! This event is completely unique and cannot be compared to any short or long term Performance Interpreting conference. BSL Nashville focuses on preparing attendees to use Performance Interpreting skills for professional and local events. Because BSL Nashville is located here in Music City U.S.A. we have a unique opportunity to access a wide variety of musical styles and settings ranging from dinner theatres, to national shows, to local Honky Tonks, one time big named concerts, to the famous Grand Ole Opry stage. This event will prepare interpreters to provide top quality, visually stimulating, musical interpretations, the kind which most Deaf consumers crave. We do it all in an environment filled with love, kindness, support, and honesty. This workshop is perfect for interpreters and interpreting students who want to grow towards greatness, who want to change, and who desperately want to be a part of an extended family. Does that sound like you? If so, take a moment to look around this website and find out more about BSL Nashville! Hope you can join us!

Check the website to apply, details regarding presenters, the schedule, housing, cost, sponsors, CEU's, etc.

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Welcome to the Bringing the Stage to Life - NASHVILLE Workshop! This event is completely unique and cannot be compared to any short or long term Performance Interpreting conference. BSL Nashville focuses on preparing attendees to use Performance Interpreting skills for professional and local events. Because BSL Nashville is located here in Music City U.S.A. we have a unique opportunity to access a wide variety of musical styles and settings ranging from dinner theatres, to national shows, to local Honky Tonks, one time big named concerts, to the famous Grand Ole Opry stage. This event will prepare interpreters to provide top quality, visually stimulating, musical interpretations, the kind which most Deaf consumers crave. We do it all in an environment filled with love, kindness, support, and honesty. This workshop is perfect for interpreters and interpreting students who want to grow towards greatness, who want to change, and who desperately want to be a part of an extended family. Does that sound like you? If so, take a moment to look around this website and find out more about BSL Nashville! Hope you can join us!

Check the website to apply, details regarding presenters, the schedule, housing, cost, sponsors, CEU's, etc.

Last Date to Submit Applications:  
MAY 19th, 2019 (Date extended)

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APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR BSL NASHVILLE 2015 - MAY 1!!!

BSL NASHVILLE will be held on July 26th - August 1st in Nashville, TN, USA!

If you have ever wanted to have a week of laughter and booty kicking all rolled into one, this is the week for you! We work you hard and you leave a better performance interpreter than when you arrived.

Join us this JULY! It might just change your career, and your life in ways you never thought possible.

Audition information to come.

To see information about BSL Nashville 2014 go to http://gatecommunications.org/gatecomm/bsl/bslnashville.htm 

APPLY TODAY! CLICK HERE

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Webinar Description:

Whether we’re parents, teachers, students or children, we human beings are social animals. We live in packs and we survive and thrive because we learn from each other and work together ~ physically, emotionally and mentally. In other words, we’ve got each other’s backs! So when we were forced to take our “togetherness” online, most of us asked ourselves, “how am I supposed to make, keep and build relationships online, sometimes with people I have never met in person?” The COVID-19 pandemic caused many of us to move to a virtual platform to meet with our students or families. Our student teachers were abruptly made to “pivot” from learning from a teacher in a classroom to learning from a classroom teacher who was pivoting as well. Parents became homeschool teachers with a “ready or not” timeline. All of us were thrown into the deep end of the pool left to figure out how to not only keep the positive relationships we had, but also to build new relationships through a virtual connection. In this presentation, you will hear from two deaf educators ~one who works virtually with families and the other who works virtually with graduate students. Meeting via technology is something that these teachers have been doing long before the world was forced into this realm by COVID. How can we build relationships with mentees when we’ve never actually met face to face? If you have a good relationship with parents in their home, how can you maintain and strengthen them now that you don’t have that face-to-face connection? We have found that there are actually many benefits to working virtually with students and families. In this presentation, you will learn some new ideas to finding positive ways to keep those personal relationships strong.

Learning Objectives:

· Participants will learn specific strategies for building relationships with students, families, adults and children using virtual services.

· Participants will identify the challenges of building virtual relationships and generate solutions for mentoring and coaching through the use of telepractice.

· Participants will review videos of relationship building strategies and learn how to apply them to their own unique settings.

Presenters:

Cassandra Fogelstrom, Utah State University Cass Fogelstrom provides tele-intervention services for families throughout the country. She has a Master’s Degree in Education from the John Tracy Clinic/University of San Diego. Additionally, Cass has a certification as a Listening and Spoken Language Specialist, Auditory Verbal Educator (LSLS Cert. AVEd). Cass has focused her time and career coaching parents in their home, either in person or through video-conferencing. She has a passion for instilling confidence within the family as they navigate their journey of having a child with hearing loss. She believes in a team approach, noting that parents and family members are the number one teachers and experts in their child’s life. Cass is always looking forward to meeting new families and learning about their unique and special circumstances. The possibilities of bringing every child to his or her full potential are endless!

Elizabeth Parker, Utah State University Elizabeth Parker is a Clinical Instructor and Practicum Supervisor in the Listening and Spoken Language Deaf Education program, Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education at Utah State University. She has served as a classroom teacher, aural habilitation specialist and Program Director of Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind. She has taught and mentored hundreds of students and professionals to better serve children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Liz believes that communication is at the heart of everything we do as human beings. She is passionate about meeting new people, mentoring students and helping people realize their true potential.

Webinar start times (by time zone)

· 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PT

· 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MT

· 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CT

· 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm ET

Where: Adobe Connect- to register click

http://infanthearing.org/webinars/2021/building-3d-relationships-in-a-2d-world.html

Download the adobeconnect app.

For Windows: http://www.adobe.com/go/Connectsetup

For Mac: http://www.adobe.com/go/ConnectSetupMac

More download information is found at: https://helpx.adobe.com/adobe-connect/connect-downloads-updates.html

Note: If your institution does not permit you to add the above link, you may go to the above URL directly, however, we have been advised that optimal performance is achieved via the app.

Live captioning will also be provided.

This webinar will be recorded and posted online at www.infanthearing.org about a week after the webinar. There are no CEU’s offered for the webinar.

If you have questions about this webinar, please contact Mandy Jay. For technical assistance during the webinar, please contact Daniel Ladner.

This webinar is being provided by the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention, National Technical Resource Center (EHDI NTRC) housed within the National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management at Utah State University. The work of the NTRC is funded in part by a cooperative agreement (U52MC04391) from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) at the United States Department of Health and Human Services.

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Hear to Learn offers a free monthly webinar series. The webinars cover a variety of topics related to the listening and spoken language development of children with hearing loss. Parents and professionals are welcome to attend!

Register here:  https://usu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_728e7O2qWteUlIa

Webinar start times: (by time zone)
· 12:30pm-1:00pm CT
· 1:30pm-2:00pm ET
Parents of children who are deaf/hard of hearing who are pursuing the listening and spoken language approach and professionals that serve them are invited to join us for this discussion.

Presenters: Cass Fogelstrom, M.Ed., LSLS Cert. AVEd and Elizabeth Parker, M.Ed.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

1. Use specific strategies for building relationships with students, families, adults and children using virtual services.

2. Identify the challenges of building virtual relationships and generate solutions for mentoring and coaching through the use of telepractice.

Whether we’re parents, teachers, students or children, we human beings are social animals. We live in packs and we survive and thrive because we learn from each other and work together ~ physically, emotionally and mentally. In other words, we’ve got each other’s backs! So when we were forced to take our “togetherness” online, most of us asked ourselves, “how am I supposed to make, keep and build relationships online, sometimes with people I have never met in person?” The COVID-19 pandemic caused many of us to move to a virtual platform to meet with our students or families. Our student teachers were abruptly made to “pivot” from learning from a teacher in a classroom to learning from a classroom teacher who was pivoting as well. Parents became homeschool teachers with a “ready or not” timeline. All of us were thrown into the deep end of the pool left to figure out how to not only keep the positive relationships we had, but also to build new relationships through a virtual connection. In this presentation, you will hear from two deaf educators ~one who works virtually with families and the other who works virtually with graduate students. Meeting via technology is something that these teachers have been doing long before the world was forced into this realm by COVID. How can we build relationships with mentees when we’ve never actually met face to face? If you have a good relationship with parents in their home, how can you maintain and strengthen them now that you don’t have that face-to-face connection? We have found that there are actually many benefits to working virtually with students and families. In this presentation, you will learn some new ideas to finding positive ways to keep those personal relationships strong.

Presenter: Cass Fogelstrom, M.Ed., LSLS Cert. AVEd

Cass Fogelstrom provides tele-intervention services for families throughout the country. She has a Master’s Degree in Education from the John Tracy Clinic/University of San Diego. Additionally, Cass has a certification as a Listening and Spoken Language Specialist, Auditory Verbal Educator (LSLS Cert. AVEd). Cass has focused her time and career coaching parents in their home, either in person or through video-conferencing. She has a passion for instilling confidence within the family as they navigate their journey of having a child with hearing loss. She believes in a team approach, noting that parents and family members are the number one teachers and experts in their child’s life. Cass is always looking forward to meeting new families and learning about their unique and special circumstances. The possibilities of bringing every child to his or her full potential are endless!

Presenter: Elizabeth Parker, M.Ed

Elizabeth Parker is a Clinical Instructor and Practicum Supervisor in the Listening and Spoken Language Deaf Education program, Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education at Utah State University. She has served as a classroom teacher, aural habilitation specialist and Program Director of Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind. She has taught and mentored hundreds of students and professionals to better serve children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Liz believes that communication is at the heart of everything we do as human beings. She is passionate about meeting new people, mentoring students and helping people realize their true potential.

Parents of children who are deaf/hard of hearing who are pursuing the listening and spoken language approach and professionals that serve them are invited to join us for this discussion.

This webinar will be recorded. Please see the website for access to this and other webinar recordings: http://www.heartolearn.org/communities/learning-together-archive.html

CEUs are not offered for this webinar presentation.

Where: Adobe Connect- to register here

Download the adobeconnect app.:

-  For Windows: http://www.adobe.com/go/Connectsetup

-  For Mac: http://www.adobe.com/go/ConnectSetupMac

More download information is found at: https://helpx.adobe.com/adobe-connect/connect-downloads-updates.html

Note: If your institution does not permit you to add the above link, you may go to the above URL directly, however, we have been advised that optimal performance is achieved via the app.

· Live captioning will also be provided

· Questions about this webinar: contact Nicole Jacobson

· Technical assistance during the webinar: contact Daniel Ladner