• 07 Apr 2015
  • 6:15 PM - 8:45 PM
  • 2100 Building: 2100 24th Ave S, Seattle, Washington 98144
  • 18

Registration

  • When you register for all three nights at a discounted rate, your registration will be manually added to the April 14 & 21 events by the administrator. This may take a couple of days. You do not have to register for those dates.
  • When you register for all three nights at a discounted rate, your registration will be manually added to the April 14 & 21 events by the administrator. This may take a couple of days. You do not have to register for those dates.
  • When you register for all three nights at a discounted rate, your registration will be manually added to the April 14 & 21 events by the administrator. This may take a couple of days. You do not have to register for those dates.
  • When you register for all three nights at a discounted rate, your registration will be manually added to the April 14 & 21 events by the administrator. This may take a couple of days. You do not have to register for those dates.

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Deaf Talks is a series of presentations in ASL by Deaf people about something they know and love. It is an unique opportunity to expand our language base through exposure to language models in topic areas relevant to today's interpreted environment.


Imaging Modalities in Diagnostic Radiology

with Elizabeth Ayers Gibson

Elizabeth Ayers Gibson is a sonographer with 15+ years of experience providing exceptional diagnostic medical imaging. Her board certifications include Abdomen, OB/Gyn, Vascular, and Breast specialties. She has a B.S. degree in Diagnostic Medical Sonography from R.I.T. and a M.S. degree in Deaf Education from N.T.I.D.  She has published two articles in JDMS (Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography).

DHH Education in Seattle

with Gabby
Hopkinson

Video Introduction

Gabby Hopkinson is a deaf mother of three small deaf boys, a business owner, a board member of Deaf Spotlight, and one of the founders of Deaf Education Action Committee of Washington. She resides 10 miles north of Seattle, a town she fell in love with on an impromptu visit with her long time partner in crime 18 years ago. 


Deaf Talks

upcoming:

Allie Joiner & Larry Petersen
April 14th

Vince Nuccio & Jasper Norman
April 21st

 0.2 CEUs in the category of Professional Studies will be offered by the Western Region Interpreter Education Center at Western Oregon University, an approved RID CMP and ACET sponsor.

LANGUAGE POLICY

WSRID, as a diverse and inclusive body, has adopted a formal communication policy of direct communication in ASL for all events sponsored by WSRID .

This workshop will be provided in ASL.

See here for refund policy


The 2100 Building is ADA compliant.  To request accommodations, contact us at the email below by March 24th.

Still have questions?

Contact the WSRID Professional Development Committee West wsrid.pdc@gmail.com 




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