Moccasin-Telegraph-Issue-5-2018-FINAL.pdf (9 downloads)
The Talking Circle will be facilitated by AIVRTTAC personnel utilizing Zoom Meeting. Zoom meeting invitations will be sent to the participating AIVRS programs who register scheduled talking circles. The following are the proposed TC topics with key questions to explore, and the identified area of impact (e.g. Policy, Program, Practice and/or Operations) this topic may have within the AIVRS program.
This is to inform you that the American Indian VR Training and Technical Assistance Center is currently recruiting for one full-time VR Training and TA Specialist. If you’re interested, or know of anyone who may be interested, please visit the NAU Human Resources website at NAU’s Human Resources Staff Job Openings.
Job ID 603423.
If needed, the applicant hired for the position is not required to reside in Flagstaff, Arizona and may work off-site with reliable and efficient home-office (e.g., high speed internet access, computer. software, printer/fax machine, secured file cabinets). Application deadline is open until further notice. If you any have questions, contact Dr. Lee Gaseoma, AIVRTTAC Project Director at Lee.Gaseoma@nau.edu, or 928-523-6829.
AIVRS program staff share their experience with implementing project evaluation.
VR Specialist Darold Joseph of AIVRTTAC addresses the morning participants.
Conference_CompletePDF_060518.pdf (259 downloads)
We’ve just posted our practice guide on Referral to AIVRS Services! See below or click here to view all of our practice guides!120116_AIVRTTAC_SmokeSignals_Referral_ACCESIBLE12012016
For news and updates about the AIVRTTAC program, check out our new November 2016 newsletter!110816_MocassinT_Issue2_AIVRTTAC_ACCESIBLE
Today (9/23/16) we had our fifth Follow-Up Webinar, this time on Promising Practices for Providing AIVRS Services!
You can view this C.O.P. and all of AIVRTTAC’s webinars by navigating to Resources+ > Webinars or at the following link: http://aivrttac.org/webinars/