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CHI Walk Team

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  • Anonymous $50
  • Alan Gould $100
  • Georgette Greenaway (IHO Nikki Sislian) $100
  • Jeannie Perez $100
  • Elizabeth Roarke $50
  • Arik Thormahlen $100

Facilitative Strategies and Techniques: Moving Beyond the Single Word – Hands On Training (CE Course)

This workshop is designed to offer hands-on training on facilitating simple to complex language forms through video demonstration and cooperative learning experiences.

Ear Institute – New York Eye & Ear Infirmary

Limited Seating

Full Brochure Coming Soon

To register, please contact Myrna at mfarrell@nyee.edu or 646-438-7819

Price: $130.00
Date: 
Friday, November 1, 2013

Free Music Workshops

For Elementary Kids/Teens and Parents

Parents meet in a separate room to network and discuss issues they face at home and at school. Kids meet with Casey Cheffo for a music workshop. Casey encourages kids to discover the different sounds instruments can make and to understand variations in rhythm. She uses age-appropriate, popular music that kids enjoy to distinguish these patterns. They discuss Ipods and current music trends. For the elementary population, music is used to enhance listening skills by playing games and demonstrating activities that will ultimately help improve their socials skill at an early age. This a fun way for kids to meet and socialize with other hearing impaired kids.

Location:

Four Points Sheraton, Plainview, NY
333 South Service Road – Exit 48 off the LIE

Meet & Greet (Pizza Party) – 1st ½ Hour of Workshop
Music Workshop/Parent Meeting – 2 Hours

  • TUESDAY, APRIL 23rd - ELEMENTARY GROUP (5:30-8:00PM)
  • TUESDAY, APRIL 30th – TEEN GROUP (6:30-9:00PM)
  • TUESDAY, MAY 14th – ELEMENTARY GROUP (5:30-8:00PM)
  • TUESDAY, MAY 21st – TEEN GROUP (6:30-9:00PM)
  • TUESDAY, JUNE 4th – COMBINED (ELEM/TEEN) GROUP (6:00-8:30PM)

** PLEASE NOTE THE NEW TIME FOR ELEMENTARY WORKSHOPS.

RSVP TO: 646-438-7819 OR mfarrell@nyee.edu

Price: $0.00
Date: 
Sunday, November 11, 2012

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Hearing loss is America’s number one birth defect and leading disability. A startling 36 million Americans of all ages have some degree of hearing loss, from mild to severe, and the number is expected to soar in the coming years reaching an astounding 78 million by 2030! With hearing loss increasingly recognized as a public health crisis, we count on philanthropy more than ever to enhance our research capabilities, expand our educational outreach, and further our innovative treatments for children.

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