Self-Paced

CHARGE Syndrome – Self-Paced Tutorial

$175

This tutorial will focus on the following four areas to help you understand the impacts of CHARGE syndrome on child development.

A boy with glasses holding a board game.CHARGE Syndrome is made up of 5 modules, each containing video segments, readings, and assigned activities to enhance and apply your learning. The class will focus on the following four areas to help you understand the impacts of CHARGE syndrome on child development: physical considerations, communication considerations, behavioral considerations and developmental considerations.

This is a web-based, self-guided activity for primary caregivers, family members, paraprofessionals, and service providers with direct care responsibility for a young person with CHARGE Syndrome.

Participants will earn 20 ACVREP, CTLE, Continuing Education, or OSPI credits by completing the activities and quizzes. All assignments are required in order to receive education credits. You may also choose to register without credits.

A structure is suggested for you, through the syllabus and the eLearning environment. Plan to spend 1 week working through each module. Participants are expected to be familiar with all material presented, and to submit all assignments where indicated. While this is a self-paced class, the material will have the most impact if you work steadily through the outline in the order it is presented. You may complete and submit the assignments in any order.

This is a web-based, self-guided professional development activity for Orientation & Mobility Instructors, Parents, TVIs.

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Here is what participants had to say about this course:

I really enjoyed learning more about the various resources that are available to use with and suggest for students and their families, as well as the teaching strategies that I can use with my students!

Level:
Introductory
Length:
Multiple weeks
Credits:
20 Continuing Education
20 Professional Development
20 ACVREP
20 CTLE