Welcome to Metro Regional Program for Children who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

The Metro Regional Program (MRP) is a division of the Nebraska Regional Programs. Our mission is to provide support for the unique educational, socio-emotional, cultural, and transition needs of children who have a hearing loss ages birth through graduation from high school and their families, through cooperative regional planning of interactive activities, organizations, and career explorations that meet or exceed the Nebraska Department of Education standards.

Remind (text alerts from MRP)

Instagram (find our posts: nebraska_mrp)

2018-2019 Medical Needs and Authorization Releases (English and español) to participate in any Nebraska Regional Programs and Metro Regional Program activities

2018-2019 MRP Expectation of Participation Letter: English / español

Young American Performance (October 27, 2018)

Need a Sign Language Interpreter?

... For adults and non-school sponsored events

ISD is having a Let It Snow social activity and have gracefully invited Nebraska students K – 12th grade to attend.

Date: Wednesday, December 19th

Time: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm for K – 7th graders (Games, winter crafts, and treats!!)

Time: 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm for 8th – 12th graders (Games, socialize, and treats!!)

Hope to see you there.

January 2019 - Workshop and Presentation coming near you.

We have 2 workshops to share for January 2019 - Weekend to Sign: ASL Features and a presentation by Dr. Tom Haley and Dr. Jim Haley (online registration for the presentation).


Dates: January 19-20, 2019

Questions about Weekend to Sign, please contact either Heather or Sara -

Heather Witte

CWNP Coordinator Hastings - ESU9


Sara Peterson

CWNP Coordinator Scottsbluff - ESU 13


Questions about the presentation by the Haleys, please contact -

​Shelli Janning janning4@hotmail.com or 402-533-8915.​​​

Weekend to Sign flyer Jan 2019_fillable.pdf
social emotional 2019.pdf

Deaf Transition Assessment Survey:

Professionals who serve deaf and hard of hearing students/clients, are you interested in participating in a University of Oklahoma survey about transition assessment knowledge? I am studying this topic and need your input!!!!

This study is being conducted to assess professional’s knowledge of the transition assessments you use with deaf and hard of hearing individuals. You were selected as a possible participant because of your involvement with this population. Participants must be over the age of 18 to participate in the study and work with deaf or hard of hearing students/clients.

By consenting to participate in this study, your time commitment will be about 20 minutes. You are asked to respond to all questions, but you will have the option to answer text box information with “not applicable”. Participation is voluntary, and you can exit the survey at any point.

Thank you for your consideration for participating in this study! If you would like more information or have any questions about the purpose of the study or about participation in this study, please do not hesitate to ask. I am available through email at mreynolds@ou.edu.

Link to Survey: Deaf Transition Assessment Survey or https://ousurvey.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8v5kxcKAVxq4MCx

Thank you,

Matt Reynolds M.Ed.

Doctoral Student

University of Oklahoma

The Listening and Learning Lab at Vanderbilt is in the final stage of development for a fatigue questionnaire for children with hearing loss and other communication disorders. This questionnaire will be available to schools and clinics upon its completion. Participants are still needed to fill out an online questionnaire. You may qualify if you are in the following categories: -Parent of child with or without hearing loss between the ages of 6-17-Child with or without hearing loss between the ages of 11-17*If both parent and child will complete the questionnaire, they must be at the computer at the same time. -Teachers (general educators, deaf educators, special educators), speech-language pathologists, and audiologists working with children with hearing loss age 6-17 PARENT/CHILD LINK: https://is.gd/vfschlfatiguescaleTEACHER LINK: https://is.gd/teacherfatigue3surveys Feel free to pass this information along to any families or school service providers who may be interested in participating. Thanks! Hilary Davis, Au.D., CCC-APediatric AudiologistVanderbilt Bill Wilkerson CenterDepartment of Hearing and Speech SciencesAudiology Clinic: 615-936-8532Listening and Learning Lab: 615-936-4684Fax: 615-875-1410hilary.davis@vumc.org.

Sign Language Interpreter

Fairbury Public Schools is accepting applications for an educational sign language interpreter. The educational sign language interpreter would be responsible for effectively facilitating communication and education access for students who are Deaf or hard of hearing. Their primary role of the educational sign language interpreter is to represent instruction, interactions, and auditory information in the language modality used by the child in order to allow for full participation in the educational experience.

This position is a full time position.

Successful applicants must meet the requirements of 92 NAC 51 (Nebraska Special Education Rule 51).

Click here to apply: applications link

Thanks!

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Lindsey Hinzmann, M.A.

Coordinator

Southeast Nebraska Regional Program for Students Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

5200 South 75th Street

Lincoln, NE 68516

lhinzma@lps.org

(402)436-1896

Fax: (402)436-1864

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