Sat, Mar 11|
ASL Interpreter in Motion/ 4 Part Mobility Series
The secret to keeping the ASL interpreter in motion is understanding the value of mobility in our everyday practice. In this series refresh and discover effective ways of incorporating a mobility routine before it's too late.
Time & Location
Mar 11, 11:00 AM CST – Sep 09, 12:00 PM CDT
About The Event
It's a new year and all of us want nothing more than to feel good while doing what we love. The craft of an ASL interpreter is utterly dependent on motion. But what is the relationship between the mobility behind the scenes and the motion that produces language? How can continuing to develop our mobility routine improve the quality of work we provide?
During this four part series we will take a journey through the movements of the ASL interpreter. We will undertand how changing the way we move as interpreters both changes how we feel and enhances our ability to use space and classifiers more effectively. As we explore various anatomical structures and common orthopedic injuries you will also increase your comfort level with the orthopedic rehab interpreting process.
If you've been on this journey with us before than you will love the opporunity to refresh your skills and learn the latest research in the mobility industry. If you are brand new and have no experience with a mobility routine, you will feel right at home. Our goal is to keep things simple and make focused movement a part of every interpreters life. As we explore various anatomical structures and common orthopedic injuries you will also increase your comfort level with the orthopedic rehab interpreting process. Live sessions will be on the following Saturdays at 11 am CST; 3/11, 5/13, 7/8, & 9/9. Miss the live session? We've got you! After each live session a replay will be sent out to your email along with a short quiz so you can take the workshop at your convenience and still earn CEUs. The target audience for this workshop are ASL interperters. This workshop will be presented live in ASL, however the video replay will feature voice interpretation. Some video movement labs feature voice and captioning.
*Interpretek is an approved RID sponsor. .4 CEUs in the area Profesional Studies content level: little/none will be awarded at the end of the serries.
*Please use the link below to request any additional reasonable accommodation.
* All programs offered through our service are non-discriminatory and promote an environment of mutual respect and non-bias.
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