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For Families with Children Identified with Varied Hearing Status of Hearing Concerns and Professionals Who Serve Them 

Contact Tracy for FREE Spanish Interpreting 10 business before the event.

Want to attend? Need a Zoom link? Contact: Tracy Duncan at address below.

 

 

 

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Presented by: Pam Wilson, NIC | 0.2 PS CEUs

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will select behaviors and choices that are indicative of a professional interpreter.
  • Participants will identify what groups are impacted by the choices and behaviors of an interpreter.
  • Participants will develop strategies for minimizing assignment surprises.
  • Participants will evaluate the importance of supporting versus competing with their teammates.

Target Audience: Novice and experienced interpreters and community members.

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This conference is for parents, caregivers and professionals that have a child or young adult with deafblindness.

SCHEDULE:
June 9th Preconference:  9am – 3pm Gwyn McCormack
June 9th 4pm – 6pm:  Registration for Conference
June 9th 6:00pm – 8:30pm:  Conference Begins with Dinner & Parent Panel

TOPICS AND SPEAKERS:

Interveners – Beth Kennedy/Panel

Cortical Vision Impairment (CVI) Part 1 and 2 - Chris Russell

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This is a learning opportunity provided by TSD Outreach Servcies for families with children identified with hearing loss/hearing concerns and professionals who serve them. Each gathering has information that is relevant to families with a deaf/HH/Deafblind child. Danna Conn and Suzanne Dinwiddie of teh Deafblind Project will be the speakers.

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This is a learning opportunity provided by TSD Outreach Servcies for families with children identified with hearing loss/hearing concerns and professionals who serve them. Each gathering has information that is relevant to families with a deaf/HH/Deafblind child. Tonya Bowman from Family Voices wil be the speaker.

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Virtual Presentation with Lily Slavin

Doctoral Student at CMU with the CHARGE Syndrome Research Lab