December 9, 2021
The Northern Chapter of the California Association of Orientation and Mobility Specialists (N-CAOMS) is proud to announce a free webinar in December of 2021 with ACVREP CEUs. Attendees of the live webinar may opt to receive 1 ACVREP CEU at no charge for CAOMS Members and at $15 for non-CAOMS Members. Please feel free to share this information with anyone who would be interested.
Guide Dogs for the Blind is excited to once again unleash our “Ready, Set, FORWARD” workshop series, for parents, youth, and professionals in the field of blindness and low vision education and rehabilitation! We continue pursuing how GDB can support the development of youths with visual impairments. We launched this program in April of this year, and are looking forward to its continued growth. GDB can provide a well-trained dog, but the decision to apply for one starts with youth, the parent, and the professionals working with them – as the saying goes, ‘it takes a village’. Because many factors need to be considered when making the personal decision to use a cane or a guide dog for one’s primary mobility aid, we are committed to assisting blind and visually impaired youth and the community that supports them be as well informed and prepared as possible to make that decision to cane or canine when the time is right. Come and learn more!
Why did Guide Dogs for the Blind develop the "Ready, Set, FORWARD" program?
What does it mean to be ready for a Guide Dog?
How does the "Ready, Set, FORWARD" program go beyond just preparing youth and their families for the guide dog lifestyle?
Presenter: Jane Flower, Youth Outreach Specialist - Guide Dogs for the Blind
Ready, Set, FORWARD Webpage: https://www.guidedogs.com/get-a-guide-dog/youth-programs/ready-set-forward
Presenter Questions? Feel free to contact Jane Flower at email@example.com
CEU Questions? Email the N-CAOMS CEU Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership Questions? Email the N-CAOMS Membership Chair at email@example.com