2024 Transition Fair for Students Who Are Deaf/Hard of Hearing (Venue: ESC Region 11) - 32588

This informational event will provide helpful resources for deaf and hard-of-hearing (DHH) students to explore as they make important decisions, investigate options, and prepare to maneuver life after high school. Participants will learn more about college and technical school options, career readiness, independent living, community resources, and assistive technology specific to the D/HH population. On-site, mock interviews will be available for high school seniors. (Please note: The mock interviews are for practice purposes only; they will not result in employment.) The target audiences for this event are D/HH high school students (students served in their home districts AND students served by an RDSPD), parents, guardians, and professionals working with D/HH students. This workshop addresses Special Education Self-Assessment strategies 13 and 23.

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Paraprofessionals, Parents, Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Special Education, Audiologists, Interpreters
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D/HH students, their parents, and professionals working with the D/HH population will gather information about post-high school topics including career opportunities, colleges and technical schools, independent living, assistive technology, and community resources. D/HH students who are seniors in high school will have an opportunity to participate in and learn from mock job interviews.
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