Conferences

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SAVE THE DATE!

Thursday & Friday - May 25-26, 2017

World-class Keynote Speakers

Interactive Workshops and Educational Sessions

Exhibits of Disability Products, Services and Self-advocate Entrepreneur Wares

Wednesday Night Pre-conference Awards Banquet - $50 pre-registration required, 5/24/17, 6:00 pm, Capitol Ballroom

Thursday Night Dance - Free admission, open to the public, 7:00-10:00 pm, Cumberland Ballroom

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Featuring Dr. Jan van Dijk

Registration Fee: $50.00. Lunch will be on your own.

Families with a child on the TNDB Census may attend free of charge. A limited number of hotel rooms are available at no cost to families.

Dr. Jan van Dijk is internationally renown in the field of DeafBlindness, pioneering the assessment and teaching processes for children with dual sensory loss and other disabilities.

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Who Should Attend?  Teachers, parents and other professionals working with deaf and hard of hearing students.

Registration:  Please complete the registration and return the form provided by November 1, 2016.

Fees: $35.00
*Scholarships available for Parents of a Deaf Child

Meals:
Continental Breakfast & Lunch are included in the registration fee.
(Vegetarian lunches and Gluten free lunches are available)

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We are shaking the Convention up for 2017!

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Want to learn about domestic violence and sexual violence? Want to learn about trauma-informed interpreting? Want to learn about interpreting in legal settings? This training is for you!

This training will be in ASL and led by Tara Holcomb DV/SV advocate and empowerment director from DeafHope.

Contact Craig Lemak by July 30, 2016 to RSVP

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Want to learn more about ending domestic violence and sexual violence? Want to learn more about your role as a counselor, teacher, service provider, advocate, family member, friend, or community member? This training is for you!

This training will be in ASL and led by Tara Holcomb DV/SV advocate and empowerment director from DeafHope.

Contact Craig Lemak by July 30, 2016 to RSVP

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The purpose of SERID Inc. shall be to hold an annual conference. State Coordinators for the Deaf in the Southeastern United States are responsible for the coordination of the conferences. The target audience includes health professionals, employers, consumers, educators, and other persons interested in issues affecting individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind, and/or late-deafened; and to further knowledge concerning these issues through publications, studies, and educational programs.