Virtual Workshop Series

Colorful image with clip art to the left of a heart and two hands, to the right, a globe, and lastly the LSD Outreach logo. At center is text: join us for our Family Workshop Series, free monthly virtual workshops for family and caregivers, about living and learning with Deaf,DeafBlind, DeafDisabled, and hard of hearing children


Schedule of Events

2022-2023 

All times listed are Central Standard Time (CST). 

American Sign Language/spoken English interpretation is always provided for each workshop. If any additional accommodations are needed, please contact [email protected] 
Si necesita interpretación en español, envíenos un correo electrónico a [email protected].

To access any of the workshops listed, please register at the link listed below each of your chosen workshops. You must register for each individual workshop.

If you missed a workshop, recordings are typically uploaded within 48 hours to our YouTube Channel. All past workshop recordings are available there. Check our Family Workshop Series Playlist to re-watch a video of a past webinar.

[image description: Four boxes with photos and text. From L-R: LSD Outreach logo. Free virtual workshop: Learning ASL as a Hearing Person, presented by Sylvie Sullivan. Hosted by LSD Outreach and Early Childhood. A photo of Sylvie Sullivan, a White woman with dark curly brown hair at her shoulders, dressed in a salmon colored blouse and black cardigan. A photo of someone signing "connect" with text "American Sign Language" above it. Learn about: Why we think we're not good at learning languages (and why we're wrong), how to get started learning ASL, various techniques to enhance learning ASL, from someone who knows many different languages! September 14, 2022. 7-8 PM. Register now: tinyurl.com/LSDvirtualworkshops ]
Register for Learning ASL as a Hearing Person here!


[image description: Four boxes with photos and text. From L-R: LSD Outreach logo. Free virtual workshop:Educational Advocacy: Practical and Legal Guidance for Parents/Caregivers, presented by Ernest Willman. Hosted by LSD Outreach and Early Childhood. A photo of Ernest Willman, a White man with long brown hair, dressed in a green button down. A photo of a graduation hat with “educational advocacy” above it. Learn about: Becoming an effective advocate for your deaf/hard of hearing child in IEP meetings, How to frame your child's needs to get what they deserve, and Strategies in IEP meetings to get service providers on your side. October 12, 2022. 7-8 PM. Register now: tinyurl.com/LSDvirtualworkshops ]
Register for Educational Advocacy: Practical & Legal Guidance for Parents/Caregivers here!

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