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Deaf self advocacy training a resource for rehabilitation counselors counselors in training

Deaf Self-Advocacy Training: A Resource for Rehabilitation Counselors & Counselors-in-Training

Monday, September 26, 2011

Lillian Garcia Peterkin

NIEC Communication & Outreach Coordinator


Deaf self advocacy training a resource for rehabilitation counselors counselors in training

www.interpretereducation.org

U. S. Department of EducationRehabilitation Services AdministrationTraining Interpreters for Individuals Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and Individuals Who Are Deaf-Blind


Deaf self advocacy training a resource for rehabilitation counselors counselors in training

www.interpretereducation.org

2010 – 2015


Goals

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Goals

  • Enhance Interpreting Education Program Outcomes

  • Enhance Interpreters’ Skills and Knowledge

  • Improve Consumer Utilization of Interpreters

  • Make Available Resources, Outreach, Information, and Technical Assistance (Web, CEUs, Certification Testing)

  • Optimize Available Expert, Fiscal, & Leadership Assets Through Coordination and Collaboration


Collaborative activities

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Collaborative Activities

  • Interpreting in Vocational Rehabilitation Settings

  • Deaf Self-Advocacy Training Initiative

  • Trilingual Interpreting Initiative

  • Deaf Interpreter Initiative


2010 2015 deaf self advocacy training workgroup

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2010 – 2015Deaf Self-Advocacy Training Workgroup

Lillian Garcia Peterkin

NIEC

Pauline Annarino, WRIEC

Beverly Hollrah

GURIEC

Alberto Sifuentes

NURIEC

Richard Laurion

CATIE

Anna Witter-Merithew

MARIE


Qualified interpreter your definition

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Qualified InterpreterYour definition???


Ada defines title iii regulation

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ADA defines….Title III regulation

“An Interpreter who is able to interpret effectively, accurately, and impartially both receptively and expressively, using any necessary specialized vocabulary”


Deaf self advocacy training

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Deaf Self-Advocacy Training

In the summer of 2006, the NCIEC Deaf Advocacy Training (DAT) Work Team began an initiative to enhance the Deaf Community’s experience, effectiveness and utilization of interpreting services.


Dsat history

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DSAT History


2005 2015 dsat workteam members

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2005 – 2015DSAT Workteam members

Alberto Sifuentes, NURIEC

Rubin Latz, LPN/VR

Lillian M. Garcia, NIEC

Rosa Ramirez, CATIE

Pauline Annarino, WRIEC

Richard Laurion, CATIE


Of by and for deaf people

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“Of, By, and for Deaf People”

DAT Team’s Philosophy

  • Whose charter of bylaws describe itself as ”…of, by and for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and/or Deaf-Blind entity”

  • Whose chief administrator or program chair is Deaf or Hard of Hearing

  • Whose board of directors is 51% Deaf or Hard of Hearing

  • Whose staff is 51% Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

  • Whose master trainers is 99% Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

  • Both CSD and T.S. Writing Services are led by

  • chief administrators who are Deaf.


The process

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The Process


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Phase 1Subcontract with CSD and WOU to conduct study of current and best practices in the area ofDeaf Advocacy Training

What they did….

  • Literature Review

  • Focus Groups with 35 deaf consumers

  • Survey of 2,050 deaf consumers

  • Survey of 180 RCDs

  • Interview with 12 deaf leaders


Click and download www interpretereducation org dsat dsat curriculum

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Click and download www.interpretereducation.org/dsat/dsat-curriculum/

Publication of Phase 1 Findings


Certified vs licensed interpreter what is the difference

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Certified VS Licensed InterpreterWhat is the difference?


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  • Certification: Passing tests to show specific skills

  • Licensure: Meeting state requirements, such as certification, attending classes or other training


Phase 2 subcontracted with t s writing services to develop curricula

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Phase 2Subcontracted with T.S. Writing Services to develop curricula

Print and Media Materials

  • Training the Trainers curriculum

  • Self-Advocacy training curriculum


Curriculum

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Curriculum

CD/DVD Set available at no cost

Trainer & Student Version


Quick glance of modules

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Quick Glance of Modules

  • Module 1: Advocacy: An Overview

  • Module 2: Self-Advocacy

  • Module 3: Self-Esteem & Self-Determination

  • Module 4: Working with Interpreters

  • Module 5: Ethics of Working with Interpreters

  • Module 6: Preparing for Self-Advocacy

  • Module 7: Utilizing Resources Around You

  • Module 8: Applying What You Have Learned


Phase 3

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Phase 3

  • Implementation – Late Winter 2010

    • Master Training in Denver, CO and Washington, DC

  • Evaluation

    • Pre/Post Test for Participant

    • Trainer Evaluation


Denver master trainers

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Denver Master Trainers


Dc master trainers

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DC Master Trainers


What we did

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What we did

  • Conducted 45 trainings (38 plus 7 self-reported)

  • To an estimated 600 individuals (670 DVDs sent plus some self-reporting)

  • Obtained information on 267 individuals (those who completed both pre/post tests and able to make a match)


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Who Trained


Where trainings occurred

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Where Trainings Occurred


Our participants

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Our Participants


Our participants1

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Our Participants


Type of participants

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Type of Participants

  • Professionals

  • Transition students

  • Grass-roots deaf

  • VR clients

  • Immigrants

  • RCDs


Few examples of questions on pre post test

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Few examples of questions on Pre/Post Test


Question 1

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Question 1


Question 6

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Question 6


Outcomes

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Outcomes


Nciec plans for 2011 21015

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NCIEC Plans for 2011 - 21015

  • Develop new modules

  • Create a Second Edition Deaf Self-Advocacy Training Curriculum

  • Continue to conduct consumer trainings through the NCIEC Regional Centers

  • Design and disseminate train-the-trainer curriculum

  • Conduct train-the-trainer workshops

  • Expand the NCIEC DSAT website

  • Add Master Trainer Directory at DSAT page


Our current dsat master trainers

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Our Current DSAT Master Trainers


Comments from the trainers

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Comments from the Trainers

  • PAH! This material is great.

  • The materials can be modified to fit the participants.

  • Well structured and organized!

  • A great tool!

  • Once participants know how to self-advocate, reduce burdens on RCDs and Deaf/HOH Service Providers!


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Deaf Self-Advocacy Training Package

CD Documents

  • PowerPoint

  • Trainer version book

  • Student version book

    DVD Movie


Video 3 1 a bad day at work video 3 2 making a request

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Video 3.1 A Bad Day at workVideo 3.2 Making A Request


Question answer

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Question/Answer


Http www interpretereducation org dsat dsat curriculum

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http://www.interpretereducation.org/dsat/dsat-curriculum/

For more information about DSAT curriculum,

go to the NCIEC DSAT page at


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