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2014 Looking to the Future of Deaf-Blind Services and the Role of Interveners


2014 Looking to the Future of Deaf-Blind Services and the Role of Interveners

by NCDB and NFADB on Feb 12, 2014
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Co-Sponsored by
The National Center On Deaf-Blindness and the National Family Association For Deaf-Blind

Presenters:
Amy Parker, Ed.D. & COMS, NCDB
Peggy Malloy, M.L.S., NCDB

Peggy provides an overview of the Recommendations for Improving Intervener Services that were published by NCDB in 2012. The recommendations were developed in response to a request from the Department of Education's Office of Special Education Programs and are intended to improve the availability and quality of intervener services throughout the U.S.

Amy discusses the process for developing the Open Hands Open Access learning modules and the ways that parents are being included as creators, reviewers, and disseminators of information. The modules are a part of implementing the broader recommendations.

Recorded Webinar (90min)

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