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OHOA Module Users Group
Interveners and Qualified Personnel
This page was last updated on Aug 30, 2017 at 4:11 pm
The OHOA Module Users Group is a community of practice comprised of state deaf-blind project personnel and university faculty who use the OHOA (Open Hands, Open Access) Deaf-Blind Intervener Learning Modules to provide training and professional development. Although the modules were designed for intervener training, members of this group have found they are also ideal for training educators, other service providers, and families. Via monthly online meetings and participation in a private group space on the NCDB website, members learn from each other as they share strategies, resources, and expertise developed while hosting modules within their states.
Current topics for this group include:
- Identifying the best ways to collect evaluation data
- Providing options for professionals to obtain CEUs or college credit
- Intervener training models
- Increasing participant engagement and completion
For more information, contact Julie Durando.