DOTDeaf International Conference 2021 (Friday, 25th June 2021)
, 09:30 – 16:00
This event took place in the past.
Please note this event will take online via Zoom. Attendees will need to have a Zoom account to access the event, a free Zoom account can be set up at registration.
DOTDeaf is an Erasmus+ funded project providing learning opportunities to a specific group of deaf adults, Deaf Language Specialists (DLSs) and co-working Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs). DLSs are a small group with specialist skills who work with deaf children and adults in educational, social and health settings.
This event is an opportunity to find out about the development of the training modules and how they were adapted to other signed languages and national contexts. We will showcase the online modules developed by project partners and hear from DLS and SLT teams involved in piloting the training.
The workshop will be suitable for: - Speech & Language Therapists - Deaf Language Specialists - Service managers interested in developments in signed language therapy
The project represents the work of representatives from the following organisations: - Joanna Hoskin & Ros Herman, City, University of London (UK) - Arancha Diez Abella, Fundación CNSE (Spain) - Mar Pérez Martin and colleagues, Equipo Especifico de Discapacidad Auditiva (Spain) - Ana Mineiro, Helena Carmo & Sebastião Palha, Universidade Catolica Portuguesa (Portugal) - Felipe Barbosa, Universidade de Sao Paulo (Brazil)
The languages of the conference will be English and International Sign. Afternoon breakout rooms will run in the languages of the project partners: BSL/English, LSE/Spanish, LGP/Portuguese.
Registration and Online Learning (project timeline and other resources)
Dr Joanna Hoskin (English/BSL) Lenka Novakova (BSL/IS)
10:00 - 10:15
Welcome Keynote: Language Deprivation and Language Difficulties in Signing Deaf Children
Prof Ros Herman (English) Dr Kate Rowley (IS)
10:15 - 11:30
Session 1: Background to the Project 1. Introduction to the DOTDeaf project 2. Using the Articulate Storyline tool for accessible online training 3. Different cultures for shared work between SLTs and DLSs 4. Different cultures for DLSs in project partner countries UK, Spain and Portugal Q&A Attendee Poll
Amaya Lopez (English) Helena Carmo (LGP/IS with English subtitles)
11:30 - 11:45
11:45 - 13:00
Session 2: SLTs and DLSs Working Together Case Study 1 - UK Case Study 2 - Spain Case Study 3 - Portugal Q&A
Chair: Dr Felipe Barbosa (English) Joanna Hoskin (English) Mar Perez Martin (English) Dr Paulo Vaz de Carvalho (English)
13:00 - 13:45
13:45 - 14:45
Session 3: The Training Modules 1. BSL/English 2. LSE/Spanish 3. LGP/Portuguese
Breakout rooms Dr Joanna Hoskin & Lenka Novakova Marina Areosa & Irina Martinez Helena Carmo & Sebastião Palha
14:45 - 15:00
15:00 - 15:45
Session 4: 1. Using the Training Modules in a Mental Health Service 2. Using the Training Modules in an Education Service 3. Signed Language Therapy in Brazil 4. Panel Discussion/Q&A – please direct questions to individual panel members via ‘chat’ (indicate if you prefer to sign your question)
Co-chairs: Lenka Novakova (BSL/IS) & Ros Herman (English) Tim Richardson (English) Kate Green (English) Felipe Barbosa (English) Joanna Hoskin (English), Arancha Diez Abella (IS), Mar Perez Martin (English), Helena Carmo (IS), Paulo Vaz de Carvalho (English)
15:45 - 16:00
Keynote: The Achievements of DOTDeaf and Next Steps