SHEP will be having their SSP training workshop. This workshop is open to current and new SSPs.
Due to changes and progress made in the SSP program, this training is mandatory for all SSPs.
We will cover new training for those that are interested in becoming an SSP and cover new topics that may be tough for current SSPs. Topics will include: Ethics, Pro-tactile, Assertiveness, boundaries, and more.
OKC training dates for current and new SSPs: June 9th - June 10th. Times: 8am to 5pm both days.
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Join the American Society for Deaf Children at a 2018 ASL Learning Opportunity. These unique workshops will focus on teaching families and professionals American Sign Language. The weekend will include presentation and classes that focus on ASL, Deaf Culture, and much, much more.
- Registration open to individuals ages 16 and over.
- Intense ASL/Deaf Culture learning experience.
- All ASL levels and abilities are welcome
- One on one attention
- $200 per person
- Limited scholarships available
- Space is limited
- Register today
Your registration fee includes:
- Small group ASL classes
- Fun activities
- Registration available http://deafchildren.org/events/asl-learning-opportunities/
March 10-11. 2018
Oklahoma School for the Deaf
1100 E Oklahoma Ave, Sulphur, OK 73086
Limited Number of Free Dorm Rooms Available
Hosted by: Oklahoma School for the Deaf
Touch Signals is used with people who are deaf-blind, providing visual and environmental information using various methods of touch on the body. These signals do not interrupt formal spoken or signed communication. Touch SIgnals are discreet and in real-time, allowing the deaf-blind person greater awareness of what is occurring in their surroundings.
Self-Advocate Leadership Training I is an introductory training in leadership and self-advocacy designed for people with disabilities. Free including lunch for those who pre-register. Feb. 13 is Mardi Gras, so that’s our theme. Participants will develop skills to assist in becoming leaders and effective self-advocates. Topics include: importance of the civil rights movement; Americans with Disabilities Act, voting rights for people with disabilities and advocacy in a variety of situations. Trainers: Kelly Zaikis; Nancy Ward; Linda Gonzales; and Dee Banta.
Seating is limited.
Info about training registration: Cathy Martin, 405-951-3478, cmartin@okdrs.
Info about SALT training: Jeryldine Schutte-Pogue, 405-701-2077, okpeoplefirst@coxinet.
1.6 RID CEUs available and BEI CEUs approved!
February 2, 2018 ~ Friday @ 9 am - 1 pm
Medial Interpreting: Women's Health & Wellness
February 2, 2018 ~ Friday @ 5 pm - 9 pm
Non-Manual Signals: ASL Markers
February 3, 2018 ~ Saturday @ 8 am - 5 pm
English Equivalents: Whoa! Train Zoom Gone. Did You see what she signed? What did she mean by that and how can I say it in English?
Through many mentor sessions working with interpreters, I have kept notes to share. It's amazing to see how interpreters creatively face challenges as they translate from English to ASL. I treasure opportunities to help interpreters improve their visual thinking, which Deaf audiences appreciate. My workshop offers a myriad of ways to make interpreting more visual.
Interpreting in classes such as anatomy, biology, health, child development and parenting can certainly be a challenge! Developing ASL visualization skills within these topics, this workshop will provide helpful interpreting demonstrations and practice exercises
Join us at Art Class Wine Glass in Vintage Park to create a "Texas Strong" wood pallet. The cost is usually $44.50 for wood signs but because we are repeat customers, they have discounted it to $42.50 for us. This would make a great Christmas gift for family and friends! Sign up and pay at the link here and know that our groups usually sell out quickly: http://shop.artclasswineglass.com/add_cart.asp?out=1&quick=1&item_id=30
Interpreters will be provided. Feel free to bring snacks and beverages but glasses are provided for us. We hope to see you there!
It's that time again! We are holding a new hire training session for those interested in becoming an SSP. We will be going through the SSP cirricullum and covering many topics ranging from how to greet a deafblind individual, outdoor engagement, testing ASL levels and providing refresher material to current SSP.
The NAD Leadership Training Conference (NLTC) will foster the enhanced development of leadership within state associations, organizations, and corporations. As the nation’s premier civil rights organization of, by and for deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the United States of America, the NAD’s mission is to provide guidance and support to the deaf and hard of hearing community to take on society’s challenges and succeed in a more equal and accessible world. Come and gain the knowledge, expertise, and network to enable full productivity and success within your state associations, organization, and corporations! We look forward to having you participate in this thriving leadership training event in beautiful downtown Oklahoma City.