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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.

Presenters

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

Closed Captioning

Captioning (txt) 

Associated Files

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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