On Tuesday, February 20th, NCHAM will be hosting the webinar: “Understanding the New Discretionary Grants Information System (DGIS)” presented by James A. Resnick, MHS.
The HRSA Maternal and Child Health Bureau will provide an overview of the new DGIS measures and instructions on how to access EHB to submit reports.
Washington, D.C. – February 5, 2018 – The American Society for Deaf Children (ASDC), the oldest national non-profit organization providing resources to parents of deaf children, announced today that its board of directors has selected Rachel de Azevedo Coleman as the organization’s Executive Director.
Building the skill of listening for critical elements will not only help your child be able to more accurately follow directions, but build the foundation for listening for meaning.
The Clerc Center is thrilled to announce that the K-12 ASL Content Standards are ready. On the website, you will see Anchor Standards, grade-level standards, the glossary, and more.
This topic is one of many instructional sessions being offered at the EHDI Annual Meeting. Register now!
#HRSA’s Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (#EHDI) program ensures newborns, infants & kids who are #deaf or hard of hearing are IDed and get care they need.
Learn more about #HRSA’s EHDI program at the link below.
A New Summary Now Available!
Promising Practices in Cultural Competence was a two-phase project that allowed Family Voices to partner with diverse families, Family-to-Family Health Information Centers (F2F HICs), Family Voices State Affiliate Organizations (SAOs), and other organizations supporting families to identify, document, and share information about promising practices to effectively support families from underserved racial, ethnic, and rural communities.