The “Success for Children with Hearing Loss” Conference will be held October 16-17, 2015 at the McKimmon Conference & Training Center, NC State University in Raleigh, NC. The Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss Conference is intended for educational audiologists, teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing, speech-language pathologists, families of children with hearing loss, and students in university training programs. This conference will provide an opportunity to earn 10.5 hours of CEUs.
The roster of speakers and presentations at the 2015 conference includes:
Lynne Price: The Listening—Reading—Writing Connection
Gail Wright: Getting an Early Start—Transition and Itinerant Services for Preschool/Kindergarten
Karen Anderson: Eligibility and the “Good Student”: Pinpointing Vulnerable Areas of Need
Andrea Blackwood & Julie Brickhouse: Supporting Students with Multiple Challenges: You and the DHH Plus Student
Gail Wright: Equal Access to Communication: Teaching Self-Advocacy & Communication Repair
Cara King: Meeting Listening and Language Challenges in a Busy Preschool
Karen Anderson: Expectations for Independence with Devices—Necessary Skill Building on Student IEPs
Lynne Price: Transition of the Secondary Student: Developing Self-Determination Skills
NC Assistive Tech Project: What’s New in Gizmos? Assistive Technology Try Outs
Andrea Blackwood & Julie Brickhouse: Make-and-Take: Foundational Math Skills
Monica Faherty: Apps to Develop Skills for Success (Bring your Smart Phone or iPad!)
Gail Wright: Itinerant Trunk Show Extravaganza
More details about this conference are included on the upcoming events page of The Hearing Review, and also on the conference agenda and flyer on the Success for Children with Hearing Loss event website.
Source: Success for Children with Hearing Loss