Hello, I’m Gail Chermak. I’m going to speak with you today about central auditory processing disorder, making informed evidence-based clinical decisions. My financial disclosures consist of the following. I’m Professor and Chair, Speech and Hearing Sciences, the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, Washington State University, Health Sciences, Spokane, Washington. I receive royalties from Plural
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[ Pause ]>>We’re here today to talk about the IEP process and how we us parents can participate in that process to how far students with disabilities have a smoother transition. First of all, I’d like to talk about 2 or 3 of the laws that impact transition. We talked in another module about some
Adam is my youngest son When he passed away, he was 21 years and a half. Volunteered in the fire department in Goochland. I think since he was 16 or 17. As soon as he was allowed to. He was a good kid. He had a bad shoulder injury, for which he had surgery. And
I switched to a Technical College to switch majors and to pursue the hands-on learning that I needed to succeed in my career. I made the switch to Technical College because it was a more financially feasible option So that switching a major is not that scary I knew that a Technical College would work
[MUSIC PLAYING] DOUGLAS ECK: It’s almost a full room at 2:30 in the afternoon on a Friday, so that’s awesome. My name’s Doug. I’m going to talk to you about Magenta, a project that we’re doing in Google Brain that’s focused on music and art with machine learning. So I hope there are some questions.
I came to RDC because I wanted to work with kids, so I figured an EA let’s me do that. I have minor Cerebral Palsy, I’ve had surgeries to fix my CP. Perseverance plays a big role in that. I think I can have a different perspective than some of my classmates. I can bring
[ Music ]>>Hello, and welcome to today’s webinar, Empowering Nurses to Protect Themselves and Their Patients, Device Reprocessing and Sterilization. My name is Kate Wiedeman, and I’m a health communications specialist at CDC’s Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion. The mission of CDC’s Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion is to protect patients, protect healthcare personnel and
(dreamy synth music) – Hello, and thank you for joining today’s Acquisition Seminar, hosted by the Federal Acquisition Institute. Today’s seminar, entitled Learning and Development Across Generations, will offer valuable insight and useful information on learning and development, and how the generations of the federal workforce inform learning and development efforts. We obviously have a
The thing I would very much like to talk about today is the state of the art in deep learning. Here we stand in 2019 really at the height of some of the great accomplishments that have happened. But also stand at the beginning. And it’s up to us to define where this incredible data-driven technology takes us.