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D/deaf and hard of hearing Professionals in Early Involvement Programs

24 February, 2016 Ann Porter Parents

Family Centered Early Intervention (FCEI) Conference participants Elaine Gale (Hunter College), Michele Berke (California School for the Deaf), Stephanie Olson and Karen Putz (Hands & Voices) will be collaborating on a project titled D/deaf and hard of hearing Professionals in Early Involvement Programs.

The project will be surveying partnership of D/deaf and hard of hearing professionals in early involvement programs around the world as well as identifying best practices for partnering with D/deaf and hard of hearing professionals. The results of the study may help identify and put in place best practices for partnering with D/deaf and hard of hearing professionals.

You are being asked to participate in this research study because you work in a early involvement organization serving families with children who are D/deaf or hard of hearing. The purpose of this research study is to investigate partnership of D/deaf and hard of hearing professionals in early involvement programs around the world as well as identify best practices for partnering with D/deaf and hard if hearing professionals.

More information and a link to the survey...