[dbmat] Re: Fwd: [STATE-DB] Online Training for Parents/Families on the Role of the Intervener

  • From: Edgenie Bellah <bellahe@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: DBMAT <dbmat@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2015 11:18:59 -0500

The Open Hands - Open Access training modules are fabulous for both
families and professionals; however, this online training is only open to
families. We will be offering two of the modules for all Introduction to
the Intervener Team Model training our project is facilitating October 8-9,
2015. The Introduction to the Intervener Team Model registration
<http://www.tsbvi.edu/workshops-items/4037-intro-to-intervener-team-model>
is now open!

Edgenie

On Wed, Aug 26, 2015 at 1:11 PM, Molly Roberts <christian1013@xxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Is this only for families or also a good tool for educators?



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*Subject:* [dbmat] Fwd: [STATE-DB] Online Training for Parents/Families
on the Role of the Intervener



Wonderful DBMAT Families,

Below is a fabulous online training opportunity for anyone wanting to
learn more about interveners.

*Edgenie Bellah*
Family Engagement, Texas Deafblind Project
512-206-9423; fax: 512-206-9320



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*The National Family Association for Deaf-Blind (NFADB) and the National
Center on Deaf-Blindness (NCDB) are pleased to announce the next online
training for parents/families of children and youth who are deaf-blind on:*

*The Role of Interveners in Educational Settings*

*Sponsored by NFADB and NCDB*

*September 21 - October 26, 2015*

Come learn about:

- The role of interveners.
- The principles of intervention.
- How interveners function as members of students’ educational teams.

*Format:*

Primarily self-study, but hosts are available to provide assistance. We
will also have several optional online video sessions.

*Time*
*commitment:*

1 to 2 hours per week for 5 weeks (you work on your own at times that are
convenient for you).

*Hosts:*

Patti McGowan (NFADB) and Peggy Malloy (NCDB) will provide online support
and feedback.

*Content:*

The training will use Module 3 (“The Role of Interveners in Educational
Settings”) from the *Open Hands Open Access (OHOA) Deaf-Blind Intervener
Learning Modules.*

*What you will need:*

A computer and a good Internet connection.

*Cost:*

It’s free!

*For more information contact:* Patti McGowan <pmcgowan@xxxxxxxxxx> or Peggy
Malloy <malloyp@xxxxxxx>

*To sign up, use this online registration form
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