WSSB PRESENTS “TALK O TUESDAYS” FAMILY RESOURCE NIGHT
For parents of children aged birth to 5 with blindness or low vision
SECOND TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH IN 2021 from 6 TO 7 PM
The Washington State School for the Blind (WSSB) is hosting a virtual early childhood parent resource night every month in 2021. Our goal is to provide information about resources around the state and beyond to enhance your parenting experiences. Additionally, we hope that parents of young children will connect with each other through these resource nights.
Our schedule is:
- Tuesday, January 12th
What’s out there?: Statewide Resource Panel
- Tuesday, February 9th
Parents as Teachers: Intro to Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC)
- Tuesday, March 9th
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss: Multi-Sensory Literacy Ideas
Our first virtual meeting will be on Tuesday January 12th and will showcase 4 statewide agencies that work with blind and low vision individuals both young and old. Find out how to utilize their services now and in the future.
- Washington Sensory Disabilities Services (WSDS)
- Washington Talking Book and Braille Library (WTBBL)
- Northwest Association of Blind Athlete (NWABA)
- Department of Service for the Blind (DSB)
Please register in order to receive the secure Zoom link via email.
Questions: Contact DeEtte Snyder at (360)947-3305 or DeEtte.Snyder@wssb.wa.gov