2017 National Webinar: OHOA Modules and Their Implications for Part C Providers

by on Jun 28, 2017
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This webinar addressed how the North and South Dakota state deaf-blind projects use the Open Hands Open Access (OHOA) Modules to train Part C service providers and coordinators on intervention strategies for infants and toddlers who are deaf-blind. It includes insights gathered from providers about how the modules have had a positive impact on the support they provide to infants and toddlers and their families.


Sherri Nelson, Project Director, North Dakota Dual Sensory Project
Rose Moehring, Project Director, South Dakota Deaf-Blind Project

This webinar was part of a larger series: "NCDB Professional Development Webinar Series: Research in Deaf-Blindness." To see the full list of webinars: EI&R Webinar Series

Recorded Webinar

Webinar Recording for June 28, 2017

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Dakota Cohort Trainings in Deaf-Blindness for Early Interventionists

webinar advertisement: Photos of presenters Rose Moehring and Sherri Nelson and county maps of North and South Dakota with colorful icons spread throughout the states.

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