A Fresh Idea in Consulting


October Meet-Up:

A Fresh Idea in Consulting

Join us LIVE on October 10th at 7:00 pm CST with Abby Zoia and Jessica Klein from the Central Institute for the Deaf

The role of the teacher of the deaf has transformed in recent years.  In the past, the teacher of the deaf was primarily providing direct services to children with hearing loss.  Now, as the number of children being served increases and the number of teachers of the deaf decreases, their time is being allocated to providing consultative support to a variety of professionals, including general education teachers, special education teachers and speech-language pathologists. Typically, these consultative minutes are carried out in person or over the phone; however, barriers such as time, travel and scheduling can result in infrequent or ineffective sessions.  To increase both the frequency and the quality of services, a remote option can be utilized. This training will cover the benefits to providing services using a remote platform, best measure practices to be taken into consideration before beginning consultations and the areas of knowledge that can be imparted to ensure that the unique needs of each student and teacher are addressed.

Target audience: Administrators, and professionals who work with children with hearing loss.

Participants will be able to:

1.  Identify the benefits of providing remote consultative services for children who are deaf and hard of hearing.

2.  Cite best-practice measures to be considered when providing remote consultative services.

3.  Identify the areas of knowledge that may be addressed during consultative sessions.


Join us LIVE on October 10th at 7:00 pm CST for our Monthly-Meet Up!


**This event is only available live.  Check out our Professional Academy Membership for the opportunity to view this session on-demand.**



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