Deaf/Hard of Hearing Training

Deaf/Hard of Hearing Training2017-10-02T08:56:17+00:00

2018-2019 Professional Development from CDHL

Registration is now open for the following workshops: 2018-2019 Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA) - Workshop Video Series  In this series: ⇒ October 6, 2018 - How Do I Interpret In Math Class ⇒ [...]

2018 Spring Family Camp

WSDS in collaboration with The Center on Childhood Deafness and Hearing Loss (CDHL), sponsors an annual weekend for families with children and teens who are deaf/hard of hearing. Families stay in cabins at the [...]

2018 Deaf Fiesta

Come and enjoy a day of fun and learning for Spanish-speaking parents of deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) children. Child care & activities are available for all ages.   To register download a copy [...]

Assessment and Skill Building of Children with Hearing Loss

Each child is expected to be a full participant within the general education classroom. Due to the access barriers caused by hearing loss, students require specific skill building and appropriate accommodations if they are realistically [...]

Educational Interpreter Remote Mentorship Program

This is an 8 month program that offers the following activities to support educational interpreters: Individual interpreter remote mentorship sessions In person group conversation nights with Deaf language models - new! Week long Summer [...]

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PAVE Parent Events

Connect with PAVE events and trainings throughout the year - click this link to go to their event calendar

Seattle Children’s Summer Program (Ages 5 through 12)

The goal for Seattle Children's Hospital is to provide children with an opportunity to develop and maintain positive social and problem solving skills in an accessible environment that fosters communication and increased language skills. [...]

CCC Family Information Session

Linguistics of ASLJoin faculty from the UW Department of Linguistics for these thought-provoking talks:Lorna Rozelle, PhD ASL grammar and how it’s different from EnglishKristi Winter, MA Sign language variationLance Forshay, MS Deafhood: A journey to [...]

eLearning for Educators

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 [...]

CID Online Courses Designed for Professionals

CID-Central Institute for the Deaf online learning courses are a convenient and affordable way to access the relevant information you need to improve outcomes for children with hearing loss. Courses include input from subject matter [...]

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