FCEI 2020 will be postponed until May 26-29, 2021
So please mark your calendars:
FCEI 2021, May 26-29, Bad Ischl, Austria!
The 5th International Conference on Family Centred Early Intervention
for Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Deaf Children, Families and Services:
Embracing Diversity for Brighter Futures
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
please join us once again in Bad Ischl in the beautiful Austrian Salzkammergut for the 5th International Conference on Family-Centred Early Intervention for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and their Families.
The 2020 conference will focus on Diversity, in all the different ways we experience it in our field: in the children themselves with the huge variation in their strengths and needs; in parents and families and the different circumstances in which they raise and support their children; and in the diversity of ways in which services are provided and families are served in culturally sensitive contexts.
We are pleased to welcome a wide range of international keynote presenters, bringing their experience and expertise as parents and professionals, both Hearing and Deaf, who are engaged in research and evidence informed service innovation:
- Shelia Moodie (Canada)
- Jesper Dammeyer (Denmark)
- Amber Joy Martin (US)
- Mojo Mathers (New Zealand)
- Djenne Amal Morris (US)
- Susan Wiley (US)
- Christie Yoshinaga-Itano (US)
- Paula Pittman (US)
The 5th International FCEI Congress will once again not only offer the opportunity to enhance knowledge and practice, but also to network, to meet old friends and colleagues and to make new ones, in a truly collaborative environment. Please join us!
The FCEI Organising Group
Daniel Holzinger, PhD PD, Institute for Neurology of Senses and Language, AUT
Gwen Carr, MA, EHDI Consultant; Hon. Senior Research Associate, The UCL Ear Institute,UK
Leeanne Seaver, MA, Parent and Chair, Global Coalition of Parents, USA
Christine Yoshinaga-Itano, PhD, University of Colorado, Boulder USA
Trudy Smith, Certified Teacher of the Deaf, AUS
Elaine Gale, PhD, Hunter College Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program, USA