|October 14, 2020
|We are excited to offer a virtual introduction to Haptics for WDBTAP families with Helen Keller National Center Regional Representative, Ryan Odland.
If you are not familiar with Haptics it is a system to convey visual, social and environmental information in real-time to a person who is deafblind through touch signals on the body.
|October 30, 2020
|All WDBTAP families are invited to participate and will receive a premier night viewing package.|
An online deafblind intervener training program is now available through Utah State University (USU). WDBTAP is extending the opportunity to take this coursework to selected professionals, paraprofessionals and parents/guardians in Wisconsin. Applicants chosen for the training will be reimbursed for the noncredit option fees upon successful completion of the course with a grade of ‘C’ or better.
To be eligible for this program, please complete the application below and return it to Jolene Gruber, Grant Coordinator, at email@example.com.