Disability Awareness: Disability CandS Training - Event Details

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Disability Awareness: Disability CandS Training

Location: Campus Center Plaza on the UH Hilo Campus

The UH Hilo Disability Services will be sponsoring an event called Disability Awareness: A Disability Cultural Sensitivity Training. The event will provide educational opportunities to learn about deaf culture and effective communication with persons who are deaf, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Service Animals. Ms. Molly Verseput, Mr. Jonathon Ruppert, and Mr. Martin Hodapp will be our guest speakers for this event. The event will take place on Saturday, October 10, 2015 on the UH Hilo Campus Center Plaza from 9am-10:30am.

The Disability Services Office has noticed an increase of students with disabilities. Therefore, this would be a great opportunity to learn more about our students with disabilities.

Attendees interested in receiving a certificate of participation, please RSVP as soon as as possible. Attached to this email is a flier about the event. If you are having trouble opening it, please contact our office.

For disability accommodation or other questions and concerns, please contact Kerstyn Au at uds@hawaii.edu, (808)932-7623 (V), 932-7002 (TTY) at least seven business days before the event.


Lark Jason Canico
General Office Assistant

Kerstyn Au
General Office Assistant

Susan Shirachi

For more information, contact: uds@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7623

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