Sunday, January 21st

7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. EST

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Webinar Presenters:

What are Interveners? Why are they critical for individuals with deafblindness? What training is required for an Intervener and how can a parent advocate for one? If you’ve asked any of these questions, please join us for the first of a three part webinar series on Interveners.  

Webinar Number 1 - Sunday, January 21, 2018

I nterveners: Who are they? Why are they critical for individuals with deafblindness?

In the first of three webinars, historical perspectives will be discussed and information will be given about the evolution of Intervener services into a professional practice. Issues will be addressed, such as: Why does combined vision and hearing loss result in the need for Intervener services? What is unique about the role of Interveners in educational and community settings? 

Registration is limited and, as always, on a first-come-first-served basis.
Webinar Part 2 - February 25th
Interveners: What training is required and how can the need for Intervener services be determined?

Webinar Part 3 - March 25th
Interveners: How can parents advocate for Intervener services for their children?

A separate registration will be required for each webinar when registration opens.