The 2016 Working Together Conference theme is “The Changing Landscape of Deaf & Hard of Hearing Children in New Hampshire” and will feature Dr. Terrell Clark, Lauralyn Chetwynd, AuD, and Christine Macdonald, AuD. Registration is open for the October 7 conference (opens new tab) and parents of New Hampshire students get in for free.
Registration is open for the September 17 workshop “Classifiers: The Key to Visually Rich Interpretations is to Incorporate Classifiers”. The workshop is a video conference featuring presenter, Frances J. Beaurivage, Manager of the EIPA Diagnostic Center and an interpreter holding a CI/CT. Registration is required (opens new tab) and the cost is $25 […]
The New Hampshire State Board of Education is holding three public hearings on the proposed revisions to the New Hampshire Rules for the Education of Children with Disabilities (EducationRul e 1100) and invites the public to comment. The first two public hearings will occur on Thursday, June 16 at 11am and at 6pm at the Department […]
We have started tweeting! You can find our Twitter feed by typing @NHDeafEd into a search engine or by logging onto Twitter and using Twitter’s search function. In case you need a refresher on which social media tool Twitter is, it’s the one where you send a message that’s limited to 140 characters. You can […]
The 2016 Odyssey Magazine features an article written by Michele Chaplen and Kelly Fleese (PDF opens new tab). Michele is the former program director for the New Hampshire Deaf & Hard of Hearing […]