deaf and hard of hearing annual conference

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Professionals Annual Conference

Annual conference for teachers of the Deaf and hard of hearing, audiologists, speech language pathologists, and other professionals and educators who work with students who are Deaf or hard of hearing. 8:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. March 16, 2018, at McDaniel College, Westminster, MD.

MD Child Outcomes Gateway

The MD COS Gateway is a one-stop online resource that provides birth to kindergarten professionals with background, rationale, training, and supports to implement the Child Outcomes Summary (COS) rating process with fidelity across jurisdictions and programs.

Save the Date: MATN Spring Institute, May 24, 2018

Save the Date: MATN Spring Institute 2018 Collaborating to Support Implementation May 24, 2018 Johns Hopkins University, Columbia Campus 6740 Alexander Bell Drive, Columbia, MD Call for Presenters! The Maryland Assistive Technology Network (MATN) is excited to announce that our MATN Spring 2018 Institute will take place on May 24, 2018! Our theme this year […]

New Post-Secondary Speech and Language Programs in Carroll County

Carroll County Public Schools is expanding its post-secondary speech and language services and programs. This update from Christine Wittle, Supervisor of Elementary Special Education for Carroll County Public Schools, highlights these offerings: Exciting and innovative opportunities await students with disabilities in Carroll County as they transition to post-secondary education, employment, and participation within their communities. Through the lens of Speech/Language Pathology, […]

Transition Specialist of the Year Mary Pat Dye

Mary Pat Dye Awarded Transition Specialist of the Year

Congratulations to Mary Pat Dye from Carroll County, who was named Maryland’s “Transition Specialist of the Year” at the Western Maryland Regional Professional Learning Institute! The award was presented by Marcella E. Franczkowski, Assistant State Superintendent, and Christy Stuart, Secondary Transition Specialist, both of the Maryland State Department of Education Division of Special Education & Early […]

Adapted skiing

A Disability-Friendly December: Wheelchair Safety and Winter Break Activities Guide

With the arrival of winter, the cold, snowy, and icy weather can provide challenges for people in wheelchairs or those with different abilities. However, there are still ways for the entire family to stay safe and have fun during December and throughout the winter. Here are a few ways to ensure mobility devices are prepared […]