Barbara will be discussing the importance of touch when intereacting with a child who has combined vision and hearing loss; how to engage in harmonious interactions and remarkable conversations with a child who does not have formal language and limited communication. This event will be interactive in nature
July 17-18th at the Baraboo Civic Center
124 2nd St Baraboo, WI
Training costs includes lunch and snack break.
Block of hotel rooms are saved at the Best Western in Baraboo
(Block reserved under Wisconsin Deaf-Blind Technical Assistance Project- held at state rate of $70 until July 2nd)
WDBTAP is now accepting scholarship forms for training Fall 2014
Applications will be accepted from Now until July 31, 2014
An online training program in deaf-blindness is now available through Utah State University (USU). This fall, WDBTAP is extending to professionals and paraprofessionals who work with deaf-blind children in Wisconsin the opportunity to take this coursework. It is recognized as one of the top ten online courses in the country. Applicants chosen for the training will be reimbursed for the noncredit option fees upon successful completion ("C" or above) of the courses. To be eligible for this program, please complete the application below and return it to Jolene Gruber, Grant Coordinator at the address on the scholarship form.
For the scholarship form click on the graphic below
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