The low incidence and wide diversity affects all involved. The child first, the family, the school, D...octors and everyone in contact with the child. As a teacher and principal of a Florida School System. The family is learning how and what to do to help their child, and then has the responsibi
The school system is not prepared at all how to work with the child or what is needed for the child. They are pulling informatio
The children and families may feel left out, like they are the only one. They will not have support they need.
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Interested in networking with professionals in the field of DeafBlindness and CHARGE?
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#DBFamilyFunFacts Never underestimate a day of fun with your Dad and Sister. Hannah loved all the spills and turns at the theme park the family visited. Advice from her Mom and Dad is don’t be afraid to let your child try new things, you may find that you are more afraid than your child.
More than 20 years have passed since Perkins last hosted a major summit on U.S. soil. But that’s not the only reason the Network of the Americas conference, whi...ch will take place in Hyannis, Massachusetts this April, is so unique. Here’s what else you need to know about the year’s can’t-miss event for the deafblind community:
The February news update for the Interveners and Qualified Personnel Initiative has been posted. Check out the link below!
Fast Approaching-Don't Miss Out!
Deaf-Blind Interpreting Seminar at HKNC March 15-16, 2018.
Get your applications in soon!
Transcript: Hey Everyone! This is... Maricar. I want to make sure you are all aware that HKNC’s Deaf-Blind Interpreting Seminar is right around the corner!! I am THRILLED to be involved with this training. This is a truly unique experience in that both deaf-blind professionals, as well as seasoned interpreters, will be leading the training. This way the participants will have the opportunity to get both perspectives. Our highly-qualified interpreting team will share their knowledge and insight from their years of working with the deaf-blind population in various settings. AND our deaf-blind presenters, myself included, will share our experiences from working with a variety of interpreters in all sorts of situations. However, this is not your typical seminar. Don’t think you will be sitting in a chair listening to a presenter all day. In our seminar, you will be actively involved in hands-on experiences - meeting and working with a variety of deaf-blind individuals. At the completion of this training, participants will receive 2.2 RID CEU’s. For more information click on the link below. Hope to see you soon.
#DBFamilyFunFacts Meet the Teed family, packed in their car with all of the needed gear as they traveled to the 13th International CHARGE Syndrome Conference from Iowa to Florida. It’s an event they try to never miss. Everyone in the family can’t wait to see old friends, meet new ones, play and learn. If you are a family member of someone who experiences CHARGE Syndrome, it’s a must do event!
The Charge Syndrome Foundation
HKNC’s DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING SEMINAR is coming soon. Don't miss out on this unique training opportunity led by deaf-blind professionals and HKNC's highly-qu...alified interpreting team. Participants will be actively involved in hands-on experiences - meeting and working with a variety of deaf-blind individuals. At the completion of this training, participants will receive 2.2 RID CEU’s. FOR MORE INFO, GO TO http://ow.ly/EJCD30hIpxH Image: A navy blue and maroon flyer with a picture of two hands signing and one hand over the signing hands.
Check out the January update in the Interveners and Qualified Personnel Initiative!
#DBFamilyFunFacts "Hannah is tearing it up on the dance floor at a friend's wedding," writes Hannah's mom Samantha. "Her favorite part was having her dress twirl on the dance floor and the wooden floor helped her feel the rhythm! Way to swing, Hannah!"
The NCDB Family Learning Opportunities flyers are created on a monthly basis to share current training opportunities and high quality resources with families of children with deaf-blindness. Check out January's update by clicking on the link below.
#DBFamilyFunFacts "On our recent family road trip to The Grand Canyon, Liam had the opportunity to experience their hands-on exhibit of the various types of rocks found in the canyon," writes Liam's mom Jodi. "While he was not able to understand the different names of the rocks, we used it as a teaching tool. I had him feel two different rocks and asked him if they were the same or different, bigger or smaller, etc. He saw it as a game and had a lot of fun. Since the Grand Canyon is so visual, it was a way to make it more accessible to him and helped him enjoy our visit."
#DBFamilyFunFacts From the 7 Billion One's site comes a story from Kansas. "Ryan's story - 'Life is tough, Ryan is tougher' There is just so much...15 years and there is still so much. So much love, so much grief, so much excitement, so much worry, so much effort in persevering day to day. So much for our son Ryan and for us - those who love him and who champion him."