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Beginning on March 24th, we are again collaborating with The National Center on Deaf-Blindness (NCDB) to sponsor an online parent training called The Role of Interveners in Educational Settings. The training uses Module 3 (“The Role of Interveners in Educational Settings”) from the Open Hands Open Access (OHOA) Deaf-Blind Intervener Learning Modules.
Parent participants learn about the role of Interveners, the principles of intervention and how interveners function as members of a student’s educational teams.
Beginning May 3, 2017 and continuing for 5 consecutive months, we will be offering a series of web-based, peer-to-peer meetings where parents who have lost a child will have an opportunity to process their griefand learn about coping strategies that have helped others. The meetings will be held on Wednesdayevenings, twice per month (a second session may be offered on Thursday evenings, if needed). We areasking interested parents and guardians to commit to the entire 5-month series.
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