WROCC at WOU Web-Based Training Materials
Employment Issues Training Materials
Making Career Dreams Come True Thru Resource Leveraging. Lyudmila, a young deaf woman, raised in Russia until the age of 12, she wants to be a hairstylist. Her family wants her to be a janitor. This 25 minute DVD shows how she is able to achieve her career goals, with the help of various service providers. This DVD shows a 5 step process used by various programs to help achieve success through person directed career planning. Produced by Western Oregon University (2005). PRC Product ID # 1186.
Beyond Hearing Aids: Job Accommodations for Individuals who are Hard of Hearing and Late Deafened (PPT)This module introduces a variety of accommodations that helps individuals with hearing loss remain productive on the job. By Sheila R. Hitchen and Cheryl D. Davis.
Defining Communication Access for Individuals who are Hard of Hearing (PPT) Service providers often question whether a student who is hard of hearing (as opposed to Deaf) would qualify for services in postsecondary settings. Specifically, many hard-of-hearing individuals request print accommodations and service providers are often at a loss as to how to evaluate if this is an appropriate accommodation for the individual. The goal of this module is to help service providers develop an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of various accommodations in the range of learning environments to help them better understand when print accommodations are appropriate. By Cheryl D. Davis.
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