[dbmat] Re: Fwd: Special Education Basic Rights Webinar - in Spanish

  • From: debe arnold <meme3573@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "dbmat@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <dbmat@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2014 12:52:08 -0500

Hi friend! It's Debe Arnold... I have a question if you could call me. 

debe

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> On Sep 12, 2014, at 12:29 PM, "Edgenie Bellah" <bellahe@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> DBMAT Family:
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> Please share this training with families who speak Spanish!  
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> Thank you,
> 
> Edgenie Bellah
> Family Engagement, Texas Deafblind Project
> 512-206-9423; fax: 512-206-9320
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> From: Lori Bookstaver <nfadbinfo@xxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 1:08 PM
> Subject: Special Education Basic Rights Webinar - in Spanish
> To: 
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> The New York Deaf-Blind Collaborative (NYDBC), California Deaf-Blind Services 
> (CDBS), National Center on Deaf-Blindness (NCDB) and the National Family 
> Association for Deaf-Blind (NFADB) are sponsoring a special webinar for 
> families who speak Spanish to help them understand in their own language, 
> important issues about the IEP process and how to advocate for appropriate 
> services for their children with a dual sensory impairment.
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> Please share and distribute this announcement to those families who might 
> benefit from participating in this webinar.
> If additional information is needed, please contact Myrna Medina 
> (medinam66@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) or Clara Berg (clara.berg@xxxxxxxxxxx).
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> Reserve esta fecha!
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> Sábado, 8 de Noviembre de 2014
> 3pm ET/2pm CT/12pm WT
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> Webinar Nacional para Familias de Habla Hispana
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> Patrocinado por:
> National Center on Deaf-Blindness (NCDB)
> National Family Association for Deaf-Blind (NFADB)
> New York Deaf-Blind Collaborative (NYDBC)
> California Deaf-Blind Services (CDBS)
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> Es de extrema importancia para padres de niños con necesidades especiales que 
> estén enterados de los derechos que tienen sus hijos para recibir una 
> educación libre y apropiada. Es particularmente importante informar a 
> familias minoritarias porque generalmente éstas no están familiarizadas con 
> leyes estatales y federales. Por esta razón, NCDB, NFADB, NYDBC y CDBS se han 
> unido para conducir una serie de webinars para poder ofrecerles mayores 
> oportunidades de aprendizaje a las familias de habla hispana que tienen un 
> niño que es sordo-ciego. Los participantes de estos webinars van a aprender 
> acerca de los derechos educacionales que están garantizados bajo la ley, y 
> esperamos poder reducir sus dudas o temores acerca de la educación de sus 
> hijos. Este primer webinar de una serie de tres se va a concentrar especí 
> ficamente en aprender acerca del proceso del IEP, sus leyes y tiempos. Los 
> siguientes van a ser en intervención temprana y transición a la vida adulta.
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> Presentadores:
> Myrna Medina, Especialista Familiar de los Servicios de Sordoceguera de 
> California, 
> Myrna es Mexicana del estado de Durango, tiene dos hijos, Deloris de 20 y 
> Norman de 18 años, sordociego, quien fue el motivo de entrar en este medio. 
> Myrna tiene 14 años de trabajar como Especialista Familiar para CDBS, entre 
> otros compromisos pasados y presentes,  pertenece al grupo de Birth to Five 
> Vision Network como conexión entre los padres y el grupo desde el 2007, 
> también fue la coordinadora del grupo de padres del programa de intervención 
> temprana Centro de Niños y Padres, localizado en CSULA desde el (2001-2009 
> tiempo permanente y del 2009 al presente como consultora). Adicionalmente en 
> el 2010 se unió al grupo asesor de Dicapta.
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> Clara Berg, Especialista de Familias del Proyecto de Sordo-Ciegos de New York 
> Clara oriunda de Uruguay, vive en New York más de 35 años con su esposo y sus 
> 3 hijos. Su segundo hijo Kenny (34) es sordo-ciego debido a un nacimiento muy 
> prematuro. Para aprender más acerca de sordo-ceguera comenzó trabajando como 
> voluntaria en el Proyecto Estatal de Sordo-Ciegos en el que ahora ocupa su 
> posición de Especialista de Familias por más de 25 años. Clara fue miembro 
> fundadora del dos organizaciones para padres, primero en 1988 en el New York 
> Parent Network con el que sigue muy involucrada, y en 1994 del National 
> Family Association for Deaf-Blind, del cual es su actual Presidente.
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> Este webinar estará disponible en distintos formatos:
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> Voz
> Subtitulado en Español
> A través de video
> La transcripción HTML para lector de pantalla estará disponible en el sitio 
> de Internet de NCDB después del webinar.
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> (VRS), el número para llamar y el código de participante figuran abajo.
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> Save the Date!
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> Saturday, November 8, 2014
> 3pm ET/2pm CT/12pm WT
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> Learning Basic Rights about Special Education
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> A National Webinar for Spanish Speaking Parents
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> Co-Sponsored by
> National Center on Deaf-Blindness (NCDB)
> National Family Association for Deaf-Blind (NFADB)
> New York Deaf-Blind Collaborative (NYDBC)
> California Deaf-Blind Services (CDBS)
> 
> It is extremely important for parents of children with special needs to be 
> aware of their child’s right to a free and appropriate education. Outreach 
> efforts to minority families are particularly important, as they typically 
> are not as familiar with state and federal laws. For this  reason, NCDB, 
> NFADB, NYDBC and CDBS are partnering to conduct a series of webinars to 
> support learning opportunities for Spanish speaking parents who have a child 
> who is deaf-blind. Participants of the webinars will learn the educational 
> rights they are guaranteed under the law and, hopefully, will lessen any 
> doubts or fears they might have regarding their child’s education. This first 
> of three webinars will focus specifically on learning the IEP process, 
> regulations and timelines. To be followed with topics on early intervention 
> and transition to adult life.
> 
> Presenters:
> Myrna Medina, Family Specialist for the California Deaf-Blind Services
> Myrna is from Durango, Mexico. She has two children, Deloris (20) and Norman 
> (18) who is deaf-blind and her inspiration to work in the field. Myrna has 
> been working as a Family Specialist for CDBS for 14 years. Among her past and 
>  current responsibilities she has been a Parent Liaison since 2007 to the 
> Birth to Five Vision Network; a full time Parent Coordinator for the early 
> intervention parent group Centro de Niños y Padres at CAL State LA from 2001 
> to 2009. She presently provides consultation services to the families. 
> Additionally, in 2010, she joined the Dicapta Board of Advisors.
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> Clara Berg, Family Specialist for the New York Deaf-Blind Collaborative
> Clara was born in Uruguay and lives in New York for over 35 years with her 
> husband and 3 children. Her second son, Kenny (34) is deaf-blind due to 
> prematurity. Willing to learn more about deaf-blindness, she volunteered at 
> the State Deaf-Blind Project, where she now serves as the Family Specialist 
> for more than 25 years. Clara is a founding member of two parent 
> organizations, first in 1988 for the New York Parent Network, where she is 
> still very involved, and in 1994, for the National Family Association for 
> Deaf-Blind, where she currently serves as President.
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> This webinar will be available in various formats.
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> Voice
> Closed captioned in Spanish
> Video recorded
> Screen readable HTML transcript will be available on NCDB website after the 
> webinar.
> * For those who prefer to use a Video Relay Service (VRS) provider, the 
> call-in number and participant code are listed below.
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> No registration is required. This webinar will be closed captioned and 
> recorded.
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