DbI Webinars offer new opportunities for participation around the world. In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, webinars are THE opportunity to share knowledge, learn from each other and (re-)connect.
The 1st DbI webinar series was held on Zoom from 22-26 June 2020 around the theme “Living with Deafblindness in a New Reality”. It was indeed a wonderful success in connecting around the globe.
Please click for the program overview. Find below day per day the videos of the day and the list of all the sessions with their titles. The videos come with automatically generated subtitels in English. Please excuse in advance any shortcomings. You’re welcome to add improvements.
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Monday June 22, 2020 All Times Listed in Eastern Daylight Time (Canada)
Getting connected: Accessible technology only the first step to Inclusive remote meeting for people with deafblindness
7 am Establishing contact-less communication for Deafblind
8am Untouchable, new outside world
Citizen Engagement in Deafblindness Research: Possibilities in Changing Realities
10am Making Online Communication Accessible for the Deafblind Community
Tuesday June 23, 2020
6am Deafblind Service Providers in Australia during COVID-19
COVID-19 Impact on Persons with Deafblindness in India
8am How Speech and Language Therapy input changed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to support those who are deafblind
9am The (new) role of an intervenor during COVID-19
Rise, Collaborate, Enrich
The New Reality of Living a Pandemic Life
Wednesday June 24, 2020
A time of change
Adapting our Services during a Global Pandemic
The Sense GOT Group Virtual Activities Programme
Organization and Intervenor Resiliency through the COVID-19 Pandemic
10 am Creating Home-Based Routines: A Framework for Supporting Families and Caregivers of Children who are Deafblind During COVID-19
Thursday June 25, 2020
Research in times of Corona
Online support for parents of children with congenital deafblindness
Norway in a nutshell: providing services during the pandemic
Where do we go from here? Essential Service and the impact on the Deafblind community
Deafblindness in times of pandemic: reflecting on experiences
Friday June 26, 2020
Everyday life and access to information in the COVID-19 pandemic, stories from adults with deafblindness living in Sweden
Analysis of some recommendations to prevent and treat respiratory tract infections in people with deafblindness
Distantly Connected While Physically Distant
Understanding hearing impaired, deaf and deafblind people and their confrontation with social detachment
Fostering a diverse and inclusive world: no one left behind