This training is designed to provide information regarding the “Best Practice” management of students (birth – 22 years) presenting with multiple disabilities including dual-sensory losses.
The course is offered both “LIVE” in New Orleans and statewide via distance learning. Classes meet once a week, Tuesday afternoons at4:00 p.m. and begin January 22, 2019. There is no cost for the course and Continuing Education Units will be offered.
The course is designed for para-professionals working with students presenting with multiple disabilities and can be tailored to the needs of the individual participant. This course can provide the necessary didactic information for the national certification as a Deafblind Intervener should the participant wish to pursue that pathway.
To register or for more information please contact the Louisiana Deafblind Project via email at email@example.com by phone at 504-556-3455.
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The Louisiana Deafblind Project for Children and Youth in partnership with the Louisiana Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) program presented the CONNECTIONS 2018 Conference September 14 & 15, 2018 at the LSU Health Sciences Center, Human Development Center. A total of 210 educational and allied health professionals, education/allied health students, and parents attended across the two-day conference and enjoyed a variety of guest speakers and topics which included featured speakers Dr. Carol Flexor and Dr. Steven Collins.
The National Center for College Students with Disabilities
(NCCSD) and the DREAM (Disability Rights, Education, Activism and Mentoring)
student group are proud to announce:
2018 Disabled & Proud Conference: Leading Change
An online conference for college students with disabilities
October 11-13, 2018
All college students with disabilities and culturally Deaf
students are welcome, as well as students with chronic mental and physical
health conditions, and students with intellectual disabilities who are auditing
or in transition programs. Nondisabled student allies are invited,
The third annual CONNECTIONS 2018 Conference is to be held Friday and Saturday, September 14 – 15 at the Human Development Center (411 South Prieur St, NOLA). This two-day interprofessional conference is for families, professionals, and advocates who support individuals with deafness, blindness, and deafblindness. There is no charge for the conference which includes Parking, Continental Breakfast & Lunch both days, and an Evening Reception with Vendor Exhibits on Friday. CONNECTIONS 2018 is being sponsored by the Louisiana Deafblind Project, Louisiana Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program (EHDI), and the Collaborative for Students with Unique Communication Needs. Featured topics include Theory of Mind and Mild Hearing Losses, Pro-Tactile Communication, Genetics, Orientation & Mobility, Genetics, Caretaking, Ethics, and Technology Update. Additional information is available in theCONNECTIONS 2018 Flyerand inCONNECTIONS 2018 Conference FAQ.
A limited number of $50.00 stipends for Childcare/Transportation costs are available to Parents of Children who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing/Blind. Please contact Margaret Berry for details at Margaret.Berry@la.gov or 504-439-1901. ASL Interpreting will be available. For any other Accommodations Requests, Dietary Restrictions, or questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CEUs will be available from AAC Institute (IACET), AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language, and Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc.