Learn How Assistive Listening Systems Can Help Your Deaf Students
Most environments are not designed with deaf people in mind—assistive listening systems can help! In education settings, deaf students may choose to use personal hearing systems such as hearing aids, cochlear implants, or BAHAs as effective tools to support communication.
Understanding the range of systems available is important in order to effectively serve deaf people who use amplification devices on your campus. Selecting the most effective system is no easy task, and a number of factors should be taken into consideration to ensure the best possible outcome. Disability Services professionals need to know how to gather information from students to identify the best assistive listening systems for their individual needs.
The National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC) is hosting a webinar with Dr. Sarah Sparks on November 10 at 2:00pm CT designed to help strengthen your understanding of assistive listening systems. Dr. Sparks will give an introductory presentation where participants will learn the fundamentals of assistive listening systems and gain the knowledge essential to making informed decisions about accommodation options for deaf students. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A to answer additional questions from participants.
Date: November 10th, 2022
Time: 2-3 PM CT
Registration link: https://bit.ly/3hd89lP
General Information About NDC Events
Interpreters and real-time captioning will be provided for all events.
Please email email@example.com at least three business days before the event for additional access requests.
Event Code of Conduct
All are invited to participate as you are, engage with our team, and connect with other participants to learn together. NDC is committed to creating a harassment-free space of learning that welcomes all participants regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, transgender status, age, body type, appearances, sexual orientation, disability, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), veteran or marital status, national origin, or other classification protected by law. You agree to abide by the event code of conduct by attending the event.
NDC has a zero-tolerance policy for harassment of any kind and expects all event participants will help uphold a positive experience for all. NDC reserves the right to take any necessary and appropriate action, including immediate removal from the event, in response to any incident that violates the above-mentioned expectations. NDC also reserves the right to prohibit participation at any future events, virtually or in person.
Participants are expected to:
- Conduct themselves in a manner that is considerate, respectful, and professional in their interactions with all present at the event.
- Refrain from disruptive, disrespectful, disparaging, discouraging, discriminatory, or demeaning conduct.
- Inform NDC if you notice any behavior not aligned with the conduct expectation outlined above.
- Seek assistance from NDC staff at the event or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Does registration cost anything? No.
- Who can attend the live event? The target audience for this content are service providers working in postsecondary and education training settings, but all are welcome.
- Will professional development credits be offered for this panel? No.
- Will a recording be made available to those who could not attend? Yes, a recording will be released several weeks after the original event date.
- Will interpreters or real-time captioning be provided? Yes, both are being provided. If you have additional accommodation needs, please email email@example.com.