WSSB is pleased to offer a one day workshop for TVIs and O&M specialists who serve children ages birth to 5? Topics covered include: 1) Babies Count: Using a national database to identify and
This training will help develop familiarity with high risk factors for vision and hearing loss in young children. Participants will learn to use a parent interview, developmental skills checklist, observation to identify children at risk
Presenter: Elizabeth Dennison This 4-part series can be taken for personal development and/or a certificate of completion. The presenter, Elizabeth Dennison, has written a letter explaining what to expect with the series, as well
– Three-Pronged Approach to Identifying Hearing and Vision Concerns in Infants and Toddlers Contact WSDS for Information on: using the Three-Pronged Approach screening tool screening hearing using otoacoustic emissions (OAE) equipment eligibility criteria for
The PNW AER Board is pleased to announce the 2019 Pacific Northwest AER Spring Conference will be held March 21 - 23, 2019 at Central Washington University (CWU), Ellensburg WA. Please find below conference
eLearning for Educators offers online courses designed for busy K-12 educators working with students with disabilities. The courses are: Accessible anytime, anywhere. Available continuously. Available to all educators. Delivered 100% online. Accepted by OSPI
CCTS offers video modules and archived webinars, designed as training tools for educators who serve students with disabilities.
The American Foundation for the Blind is pleased to announce Learn Tech, a technology access initiative that features free online tutorials to help people who are blind or visually impaired learn how to improve their