Teaching Students About Their Hearing Loss and Devices
Students must have the knowledge, language, and social skills needed to manage their technology and explain it to others. This session provides strategies to support students in developing their knowledge, use, and advocacy for their technology.
Tailoring Services via the Communication Modality Continuum
Delivery of instruction can involve multiple communication modalities. This session focuses on how to use different aspects along the communication continuum in different circumstances to creatively support student learning.
WORKSHOP - Steps to Assessment - Identifying Educational Needs for Students with Hearing Loss
This 7.5-hour workshop presents appropriate assessment practices for children who are DHH from transition to school at age 3 through high school. Advocate with school teams for appropriately tailored assessment and program planning.
WORKSHOP: Identifying Self-Advocacy Needs and Steps to Build Self-Advocacy Skills
This extensive 5 -hour workshop will walk you through how to identify self-advocacy needs for children from transition to school at age 3 through high school and strategies to provide specific instruction.
Self-Advocacy in Action
Students must develop the ability to advocate for their needs. . This session will provide a framework for specific instruction, ways to measure progress, and support students at all levels.
Repairing Communication Breakdowns in Everyday Situations
Communication breakdowns happen to everyone, and more so to students with hearing loss. This session will provide information on ways to assess communication repair needs, and strategies to develop skills.