Please check out the link for more information: https://mcdhh.mo.gov/interpreters/
KCDHH is hosting a BIPOC discussion session on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at 7 PM via Zoom. Please share with anyone who might be interested in participating this discussion session. If you are interested to participate, please email Robert.email@example.com to receive your Zoom meeting link.
BIPOC is short for Black, Indigenous and People of Color and the discussion will focus on those who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. This discussion session is part of KCDHH Commission’s priorities to address the underserved community members in parallel with Governor Laura Kelly’s Commission on Racial Equity and Justice (CREJ), which requested KCDHH to host a first discussion panel in September 2020, as well as the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives are being conducted among state agencies. A summary will be shared on these activities and the session should run for about an hour or so. A KCDHH Commission member and KCDHH interns are assisting with facilitating this discussion session which hopefully will become a series.
Discussion is open to the public and announced on Public Square as per KOMA rules. Thank you for your interest and help with sharing about this effort.
Robert J. Cooper
KCDHH Executive Director
Kansas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
555 S. Kansas Avenue – 3rd Floor
Topeka, KS 66603
Videophone: (785) 246-5077
Main: (785) 368-8034 voice
FAX: (785) 368-7467
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher 02045
Kansas City Missouri Public Schools
Please see the link below for more information:
To pay and register for the Deaf Education Panel below, please follow this link, pay, then complete the Google Form: http://kai-rid.org/deaf-educational-panel-workshop-payment/Deaf-Education-Panel-11_23_2020-1
Interpreting in legal and mental health settings can often require different skills and different perspectives. However, there are numerous situations which incorporate elements of both. Abuse investigations, competency determinations and insanity assessments, among others, require an understanding of both the norms and requirements of legal and mental health settings. This workshop will present an overview of these complex situations and an introduction to the techniques used in mental health interpreting. These techniques can be valuable to interpreters working where legal and mental health overlap, providing additional tools to assist in responding to the inherently difficult multiple demands. This webinar is designed for interpreters with legal interpreting experience who have an interest in, or already are, working in these situations.
Presenter: Roger Williams, LISW-CP, NAD 5, CT, QMHI-S
Mr. Williams is the Executive Director of the Spartanburg Area Mental Health Center. He has a M.S.W., specializing in community mental health, and has worked as an interpreter and trainer, primarily in mental health interpreting, for over 40 years. He is RID/NAD certified and a Qualified Mental Health Interpreter-Supervisor.
This pre-recorded, online workshop is presented in ASL and can be completed in 1 hour and 41 minutes.
Where? Online here
When? Asynchronous, beginning Thursday, October 1, 2020
How much? Free!
To register and for questions, please visit: https://forms.gle/VUtUJeZcjbv75w1s6
“Our Stories: Putting BIPOC PhDs into the Equation”
Lead Facilitator-Dr. Suzette Garay
Dr. Onudeah Nicolarkis, Dr. Joseph Hill, Dr. Melanie McKay-Cody, and Dr. Risa Shariff.
0.2 PS CEUs credits
October 18, 2020 (Sunday)
Replays will be uploaded to Diversity Academy and can be viewed anytime after October 19, 2020. You must be a member of Diversity Academy to view this webinar.
More information here: Become a member of Diversity Academy.
Pacific Time: 4:00 – 6:00 PM
Mountain Time: 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Central Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Eastern Time: 7:00 – 9:00 PM
For more information and to sign up, please follow the link below.