HELIX Conference

Developing Functional Routines for Students with Deaf-Blindness and Multiple Disabilities

  • September 16th, 2017
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Presented by: Christopher Russell

This session will provide an overview of functional skills and considerations for identifying meaningful child-centered activities for children with multiple disabilities. Participants will gain practical information on instructional models, appropriate curricular models and goals, adapting the general education curriculum, and specific practices in planning routines, activities, and goals (task analysis, activity skills matrix, and prompt hierarchy).

Audience: Special Education Teachers, Teachers who work with students who are blind or visually impaired, Teachers who work with students with hearing loss, Teachers/other professionals who work with students who have sustained traumatic brain injury, Speech Therapists, General Education Teachers, Supervisors/Administrators, Assistive Technology Specialists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Orientation and Mobility Specialists, School Counselors, School Psychologists, Parents, and Paraprofessionals

Credits Offered: Act 48, ASHA, ACVREP, Psych

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