This online workshop will build on the foundational concepts of trauma-informed care discussed in the RIDBC DHH Masterclass “From NEAR to HEAR” (19 March- made available free to all registration for this course) and equip practitioners with the skills and tools necessary to make their practices trauma-informed. Through case study analysis, resource sharing, and self-reflection, workshop participants will build a personal “trauma toolkit” that will enable them to best meet the needs of a wide range of children and families.
The DHH Masterclass with Elizabeth is being held 19 March and online and/or recorded access will be made available free to all registration for this course. The course will run 5-7pm Tuesday 27 and Thursday 29 April.
Elizabeth Rosenzweig is a Listening and Spoken Language Specialist, Certified Auditory-Verbal Therapist in private practice. She provides auditory-verbal therapy, aural rehabilitation, and educational advocacy services to families around the world using teletherapy. Elizabeth also mentors aspiring listening and spoken language specialists and has worked to build the capacity of professionals in developing countries, especially in Latin America. She has authored two children’s books featuring characters with cochlear implants (Ellie’s Ears and Happy Birthday to My Ears) and is active in research on hearing technology and speech, language, and literacy outcomes for children with hearing loss.
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