|Interpreters of the Deaf, LLC
|Request an Interpreter or Captionist
Please plan to arrive early or on time to all educational activities. Interpreters of the Deaf, LLC will not award partial CEU Credits for
events. No CEU will be given for those arriving more than 15 minutes late or leaving more than 15 minutes early. No refunds will be
given for “late arrivals” or “no shows.”
Refunds will be given with written request received a minimum of 5 business days prior to the date of the event. Refunds on payments
made with a credit card will be subject to a $5 transaction fee. Please submit your request to Nicole Morris at email@example.com or
fax it to 937-558-5392.
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY
Interpreters of the Deaf, LLC will make a decision regarding postponements/cancellations of events by 7:00 a.m. on the day of the
event. (Much earlier if there is a true weather emergency.)
A notice will be posted on Interpreters of the Deaf's website, social media accounts and, will send an email and/or make a phone
call/text to each registrant to notify them of the decision to postpone or cancel the event.
In the event of a mild winter weather situation where a registrant does not feel safe to drive to the venue and Interpreters of the Deaf.
LLC has not opted to postpone or cancel due to weather issues, we will give registrants a credit to attend a future event. Please leave
a voicemail at 937-242-6047 if you are not attending due to winter weather concerns.
|This event is intended to be supportive, nonthreatening, and a safe environment of mutual respect and free from bias. All participants
will maintain high ethical standards of professional conduct and be sensitive to participants’ individual differences with regard to age,
gender,socioeconomic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation.
|Interpreters of the Deaf, LLC and
Wright State University’s Sign Language Interpreting
|Discovering Interpreting Patterns is designed to provide specific information related to journaling, self‐analysis, and mentorship. We will be discussing how
deliberate practice related to journaling, self and peer reflection and mentorship. . This workshop will provide participants opportunities to practice tools
used for self‐analysis and journaling in the field of Sign Language interpreting.
Presented in ASL,
|Overarching Questions: The following topics will be covered during the workshop.
|Saturday April 14, 2018
9:00 AM—4:00 PM
Wright State University
116 Health Sciences
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
Dayton, OH 45435
Parking in lot 15
*1 hour lunch on your own
|Sarah Wheeler holds an associate degree in health
services administration from the Community College of
the Air Force and a bachelor’s degree in business
administration from Mt. Olive College. She also has a
certificate in non-profit management from Duke
Continuing Studies. During her time at Duke, she
participated in Leadership Wayne County. It was
during this time that she strengthened her
understandings of how different agencies collaborate
to provide social services. A few years later she
received her M.Ed. Interpreter Pedagogy degree from
Northeastern University. She currently is going back to
school and is on the path towards a Ph.D. in
Cognition and Instruction. She is currently a visiting
professor at The University of North Carolina-
|*Requests for accommodations must be made with payment by March 30, 2018
|Interpreters of the Deaf, LLC is an approved sponsor for RID continuing education units. This activity is offered for 0.60 professional studies
CEUs and assumes some knowledge of the topic.
Participants must complete all required activities to earn CEUs. No partial CEUs will be awarded