Ohio Center for Deafblind Education FY24

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Description

Abstract The Ohio Center for Deafblind Education provides training and technical assistance in addressing the communication needs of students who are non-speaking, may have multiple disabilities including vision and hearing loss. The University of Kentucky will provide expertise in training and coaching school teams focused on communication intervention for a student with complex communication needs. Work scope for University of Cincinnati Project – 1/24/23 1) Update the 2 six-hour communication team trainings – Review and update the current trainings maintaining key ideas but updating current literature. 2) Present the 2 six-hour communication trainings. 3) Update the 1-hour training series of seven trainings. 4) Present 1-hour training series. 5) Provide 3 30-minute coaching sessions for 8 intervention teams. 6) Participate in six Echo meetings as participants supporting the ECHO Hub team. 7) Prepare four didactic presentations for Ohio Echo meeting. 8) Present four didactic presentations for Ohio Echo meeting. 9) Review and provide feedback for ECHO case/didactic presentations and reports. 10) Manage sub-contract activities and reporting requirements.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date10/1/239/30/24

Funding

  • University of Cincinnati: $34,999.00

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