Webcasts

REFUND POLICY


We will have a recorded version of every webcast available. If for some reason you cannot attend the webcast at the scheduled time, you may watch the recorded version later. Because of this, we cannot offer refunds. If a webcast is cancelled, you will receive a credit for a live or archived webcast of your choice as long as it is the same amount of CEUs as your credit.

WEBCAST FAQS

1. Will the PowerPoint and other content viewed in the webcast be available before the webcast?
Yes. You will receive the PowerPoint presentation when you register for the webcast.

2. Will there be a recording of the webcast available afterwards?
Yes.

3. What are the requirements for my computer?
You will need high-speed internet service and sound to participate in our webcasts. You must also have the most recent version of Adobe Flash Player.

4. What time zone is the webcast in?
Central time zone (http://www.timetemperature.com/tzus/time_zone.shtml)

5. Are your webcasts RID certified?
Yes.

6. How do I get my CEU’s?
A link will be provided at the end of the webcast that goes to an evaluation form, which must be completed to receive CEU’s through RID.

7. How long until I get my CEU’s?
We CEUs once a month. We try to submit them during the first week of the month for the previous month. You will receive a certificate of completion after you complete the webcast and complete the post-test and evaluation form.

8. What is your refund policy?
We will have a recorded version of every webcast available. If for some reason you cannot attend a live webcast at the scheduled time, you may watch the recorded version later. Because of this, we cannot offer refunds. If a webcast is cancelled, you will receive a credit for a live or archived webcast of your choice as long as it is the same about of CEUs as your credit.

9. Can the presenter see me?
No, only the presenter and their content can be seen.

10. I have a slow connection speed, will that cause problems?
Yes, it can. The better your connection speed the better your presentation will load.

If you have more questions please feel free to contact us! Contact: support@DeafActionCenter.org



WEBCAST VIDEOS

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PRESENTER BIOS


  • David W. Hylan, Jr., Ed.D., CI/CT, LA Level V
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    David holds a doctoral degree from the Louisiana State University – Shreveport in Leadership Studies and a Master of Science degree in Deaf Education from Lamar University. He has...
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  • Wendi Coker, NIC
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    Wendi has worked in the interpreting field for over 20 years and holds National Interpreter Certification (NIC) from the National Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. Her interpreting experience...
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  • Earl Harden
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    Earl began learning ASL in the early 1990s in his hometown of New Orleans, LA, when his sister (now an RID-certified interpreter in Brooklyn, NY) began learning ASL to...
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  • Cheyenne Bryant
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    Cheyenne was born and raised in Shreveport, LA. She is the case manager for the deaf at The Betty and Leonard Phillips Deaf Action Center of Louisiana. She is...
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  • Joseph "Jody" Winkler
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    Jody holds a General Studies degree from Northwestern State University. He is also currently enrolled in the clinical portion of the Registered Nursing program offered at the University.
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  • Steven Hunter, MSW, LCAS, CPSS
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    Steven is working as Outreach Coordinator/Consultant in North Central Region (TRIAD region) with RHA Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services in High Point. He currently obtains North Carolina Licensed Clinical...
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  • Christopher Tester, CDI, SC:L
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    Deaf and a Vermont native, Christopher Tester, lives and works in New York City as an American and British Sign Language Interpreter, consultant, educator and a trainer. He devotes his free...
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  • Robyn K. Dean, CI/CT, PhD
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    Robin was appointed to the faculty of the University of Rochester School of Medicine in 1999, in recognition of her scholarship in the interpreting field and leadership in the education...
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  • Robert Q Pollard, PhD
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    Robert is Professor and Associate Dean of Research at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf in Rochester, NY.  He also is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester...
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  • Justin Lee
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    Justin is skilled in interpreting culturally, linguistically, and conceptually to and from American Sign Language, English and Spanish. Certified by the Board for Evaluation of Interpreters(BEI) at the Master Level, seeking...
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  • Jeff Rivers
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    Jeff has been a lifelong resident of Louisiana. He has worked in the field of deafness for the past 27 years. The first 17 years were as case manager, instructor...
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  • David N. Evans, RID CI & CT, NIC Master
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    David has a comprehensive history providing ASL-English interpretation services in a variety of community settings, specializing in music/performing arts and conference work. David teaches interpreters across the country on issues...
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  • Mary Thoma
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    Award-winning Actress, Director, Coach and Instructor Mary has been teaching acting and “Reclaiming Your Creativity” to young people and adults for over 25 years. With credits in theater, film, television...
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  • Bob LoParo, RID CI, CT
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    Bob, holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Xavier University. He has trained and interpreted extensively with DeafBlind individuals, Alcohol/Drug Addiction Services, Theatrical/Performance (Juilliard School/Theatre Access Program/Theater Development Fund),...
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  • Brent Tracy, B.Ed, NIC, Ed:K-12
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    Brent is a dual nationally certified interpreter and CODbA (Child of a Deaf-Blind Adult). Having one hearing and one Deaf parent afforded him the opportunity to grow up as a...
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