Talks on Tuesdays Webinar: Senses & Census-ability: Identifying children with vision and hearing loss

Description:

This webinar will discuss characteristics and behaviors that will help early interventionists identify and support infants and toddlers who have vision and hearing loss. The presenter will describe the National Deaf-Blind Child Count and its importance as well as explain the how to complete the Census. She will also share information about Virginia's Project for Children and Young Adults with Deaf-Blindness.

Presenter Information: Ira Padhye is the Project Coordinator at the Virginia Project for Children & Young Adults with Deaf-Blindness at the Partnership for People with Disabilities at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. Prior to her position as the Project Coordinator, she was a Teacher of the Deafblind in the Deafblind Program at the Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, MA. Outside the classroom, she has presented at educational conferences, workshops, and webinars discussing Literacy and Adapting the Common Core Curriculum. She has her Master's in Education in Severe Special Needs, with a concentration in Deafblindness from Boston College. 

PLEASE NOTE:

Registration slots for our ToTs frequently fill quickly HOWEVER far fewer people join the actual webinar. We'd like to request that you register only if you plan to attend so that all who are interested are able to login. Additionally, if you participate as a group, each individual does not need to register. One person can register for the group and can then share the access to the survey allowing each individual to obtain a certificate of participation. As a reminder, all ToTs are archived for your ease of access at times convenient to you. Thank you in advance for helping.  

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The archived webinar can be reviewed on Blackboard Collaborate here. 

 

 

Date(s):
12/13/2016 12:00 PM - 12/13/2016 1:00 PM
Tag(s): Assessment Deaf-Blind Early Childhood Early Intervention Hearing Impairment Preschool Vision Impairment