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National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID)

Working Together: Deaf and Hearing People

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Day 1 – $75- (Early Bird Registration through April 1 – $60)

April 23, 2015, 3:30 – 5:00pm

90 minute plenary, including Q&A

Limited to the first 200 registrants

National Technical Institute for the DeafIf you have employed deaf or hard-of-hearing individuals in your organization, or if that’s an area you want to explore, Working Together: Deaf and Hearing People is an excellent resource for you. These award-winning workshops are conducted by employment professionals from the NTID Center on Employment to help create a workplace environment for both deaf and hearing workers that encourages communication and helps all employees realize their full potential.

The workshop presenters will create a fun, comfortable and engaging atmosphere in which these topics will be covered:

  • Understanding Hearing Loss
  • Communication on the Job
  • Strategies to Help You Integrate Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Employees into the Workplace
  • Accommodations for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Employees

Who should attend Working Together?

  • Federal Contractors looking to meet OFCCP requirements
  • Supervisors or co-workers of deaf and hard-of-hearing employees
  • Human resource staff and recruiters
  • Equal employment opportunity, diversity and disability hiring professionals

Day 2 – $150

April 24, 2015, 9:00 – 11:30am

2 1/2 hour enhanced workshop

Strictly limited to the first 30 registrants

This workshop includes the 90 minute plenary from January 15, but also provides additional hands-on activities, small group discussions and specially designed materials aimed at senior level executives.

Who should attend the enhanced workshop?

  • Senior level executives
  • Company leaders
  • Human resource partners
  • Federal contractors looking to meet OFCCP requirements

Location:

Centene Corporation Auditorium

7700 Forsyth Avenue

Clayton, Missouri 63105

This Starkloff Disability Institute training event is co-sponsored by Centene Corporation

Centene Corporation

 

 

 

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The Starkloff Disability Institute has as its mission to create a world that welcomes all people with disabilities by empowering them, by influencing the non-disabled, by serving as liaison between the two groups, and by working toward a goal of economic independence through employment.



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Max and Colleen Starkloff co-founded Paraquad, Inc. one of the first ten federally funded independent living centers in the U.S. After 35 successful years at Paraquad Max and Colleen, along with David Newburger, co-founded the Starkloff Disability Institute to take THE NEXT BIG STEP - changing attitudes for a more inclusive society.