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.
Providing Appropriate Academic Support - Skill Development, Not Tutoring
In learning about the three domains of learning and specific skill hierarchies, this session will provide assessments to determine present skill levels and instructional strategies to improve skill development in all areas of curriculum content.
Preparing Students for College or Work Success, Not Just High School
During this session, you will explore skills that students with hearing loss need to have to be successful no matter what their path will be. When we are working with all ages of students, we are preparing them for life, not just high school.
Counseling Strategies for Tweens and Teens with Hearing Loss
This presentation will describe a range of strategies designed to give young people with hearing loss an opportunity to talk to us as we redefine our role to listener and supporter.