The New England Consortium for Deafblind Technical Assistance & Training (NEC) is pleased to announce…
INSITE TRAINING 2016
Beginning October 27th and 28th, 2016
Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity! Space is limited to 25 people. Register early!
October 27-28, 2016; Webinar Dec 1, 2016 ; January 26-27, 2017
- Thursday – Oct. 27th (9 to 4:00 PM)
- Friday – Oct. 28th (9 to 3:30)
- Interim Webinar – Dec 1st (1-2:30)
- Thursday – January 26th (9-4:00 PM)
- Friday – January 27th (9-3:30)
Maine Educational Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, 1 Machworth Island, Falmouth ME 04105
INSITE TRAINING DESCRIPTION:
The INSITE model was developed to facilitate the provision of services to young children with combined vision and hearing loss, or sensory loss and additional disabilities. In this model, parents are the primary facilitators of development, and the home is considered the most appropriate setting for intervention. Psychological and emotional support for family members is part of the intervention. Information about the unique challenges and needs of children with combined vision and hearing loss, or sensory loss and additional disabilities is provided.
$100 per person
Certificate for 26.5 Professional Development Points (PDPs) upon completion of assessment tool assignment and attendance at all scheduled sessions.
Early Intervention, Early Childhood, Preschool Providers, Special Educators
Participants who attend these four days of training and interim webinar will receive free materials (manual and handouts).
The New England Consortium will cover training materials, continental breakfast. Lunch is on your own.
Training Outcome: Participants will increase their knowledge of evidenced-based practices, available resources, and increase their skills for working with children who have sensory loss and additional disabilities. Training will provide an overview of INSITE materials.
- Volume I contains information on the INSITE communication and hearing programs. The sections outline information on psycho-emotional support; supportive services; home visit planning; delivery/reporting and getting started.
- Volume II contains the INSITE curriculum vision, cognition, and motor impairments programs. It also contains a Developmental Resource Section providing information to parents in the areas of gross motor, fine motor, self-help, and social-emotional development.
- Flashdrive with related articles and materials included
Training AGENDA TOPICS:
- INSITE Overview & INSITE Checklist
- Guidelines for EC Providers
- Motor Development
- Orientation & Mobility
- Hearing and Assistive Listening Devices
- Tactual Activities
- Communication and Literacy
Tracy Evans Luiselli, Ed.D., Project Director
New England Consortium for Deafblind Technical Assistance and Training (NEC)
Office: (617) 972-7517
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