Southeastern Regional Institute on Deafness (SERID) Conference

Event Date: October 10, 2019
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October 10-13, Southeastern Regional Institute on Deafness (SERID), Huntsvillle, AL.

Session Summaries:

SERID Talks Part 2 (Garberoglio)
NDC Assistant Director Carrie Lou Garberoglio, PhD, is one of the featured “speed conference” keynote presenters in a session called SERID Talks, which is immediately following the conference opening on Friday, October 11. She will address the topic of transition.

Navigating Systems Change Together (Chan & Shadburne) – NDC seeks to close education and employment gaps for deaf people. This session focuses on the NDC Engage for Change | state (EFC | state) collaborative model. EfC | state emphasizes the importance of cross-agency partnerships in strengthening systems to improve postsecondary outcomes for deaf people. Examples of the support state teams receive will be given, as well as insights on surprises and challenges along the way, and plans to expand the reach of resources going forward.

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Presenters

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Carrie Lou Bloom, PhD

As a deaf person who grew up in the deaf community, Dr. Carrie Lou Bloom’s professional expertise is steeped in her lived experience. A nationally-recognized...

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