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Webinar Series for Families: tVisit® Teleservices for Children of All Ages

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Accessing high-quality Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) supports for children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families can be challenging due to the nationwide shortage of teachers of the deaf (TOD) and speech-language pathologists (SLPs) who specialize in working with children with hearing loss. tVisit Teleservices can be a solution for your family or school district. Virtual services are proven to support families, children and schools.

What happens in tVisit sessions is not what changes the child’s life. The impact of tVisits is in the carryover that the family and school teams do during the child’s other waking hours. The LSL professional is the content expert, and the family and school teams are the experts on the child. The LSL professional guides the family and school teams in self-reflection, empowering them to take control of the child’s development and success.

In this webinar, you will see real examples of coaching sessions with families as well as consultation and direct services for school-age children through remote technology. Throughout this webinar, you will hear directly from families, students and professionals who participate in specialized TOD/SLP teleservices. Additionally, you will learn about the benefits of tVisits, what questions to ask when looking for LSL teleservices, and how you can access these supports from Clarke’s Listening and Spoken Language specialists.

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Nell Rosenberg, MEd, MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT

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Nell Rosenberg, MEd, MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT

National Director of Teleservices, Speech-Language Pathologist

Nell is the National Director of Teleservices at Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech. She served as a speech-language pathologist, speech/language supervisor, and assistant program director of Clarke New York for seven years prior to assuming her current role in 2021. In New York, Nell served as the campus tVisit early intervention program coordinator and discovered her passion for overcoming access barriers through teleservice. Nell received her bachelor’s in Human Development and Special Education from Boston College, her Master of Education in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Florida, and her Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Florida State University. Prior to joining Clarke, she was a speech-language pathologist in the auditory/oral program of Duval County Public Schools, and for children with a wide range of needs at the Gillen Brewer School and The Churchill School. 

Katie Jennings, MED, LSLS Cert. AVEd.

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Katie Jennings, MED, LSLS Cert. AVEd.

Mainstream Coordinator, Teacher of the Deaf

Katie is a mainstream coordinator and a teacher of the deaf at Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech, where she closely works with families, professionals and students ranging from preschool through high school using remote technology.  Katie holds her master’s degree in Education of the Deaf from Smith College, her undergraduate degree in Deaf Education from The University of Southern Mississippi and is a certified Listening and Spoken Language Auditory Verbal Educator. Before working at Clarke, Katie taught children with hearing loss in the New Orleans Public Schools. Throughout her 14 years as a teacher of the deaf, Katie has provided direct and consultative services for students who are deaf and hard of hearing who are mainstreamed into their public schools. Katie is an adjunct professor for Fontbonne University’s Master’s Program in Education of the Deaf where she teaches courses on mainstreaming students who are deaf and hard of hearing and developing their language skills. 


Accommodations requests (English live captioning, Spanish live captioning, Spanish interpreter, ASL interpreter or other needs), were due by Feb 20, 2023.

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