Follow these links to San Francisco State University's
Department of Special Education web page.
Handbooks and Forms:
Download the program brochure.
Download the application packet.
For more information:
Send email to Pam Hunt at SFSU.
Send email to Maurice Belote at CDBS.
California Deaf-Blind Services Announces Northern and Southern California Training for Interveners* and Educational Teams
“The Concept of Intervention: What is it? How does it work? Why is it important for children and youth who are deaf-blind?”
Saturday, March 21, 2009
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (same day and times for both locations)
Northern California training location:
California Deaf-Blind Services offices in Daly City
(just south of San Francisco and the San Francisco State University campus)
Southern California training location:
Blind Children’s Learning Center in Santa Ana (central Orange County)
This training will be a general introduction to the concept of intervention and the agenda will include the following:
- The roles and responsibilities of the intervener, teacher, and administrator
- The impact of deaf-blindness on development, communication and language
- Making modifications and adaptations to the curriculum to meet the unique needs of students who are deaf-blind
- The ethics of intervention and strategies for successful teaming
For more information about this training or to receive registration materials, contact Maurice Belote, CDBS Project Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-405-7558.
* one-on-one service providers with specialized training and skills in deaf-blindness
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