Please click on the links above to learn more about our program, or feel free to contact us to answer any questions you have!
Nebraska EHDI Parent Scholarship
The Nebraska Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (NE-EHDI) Program is offering a Parent Scholarship for the 2019 National EHDI Meeting March 3-5 in Chicago, Illinois to increase parent involvement in the NE-EHDI Program. This is an opportunity for one parent of a child (no age limit) who is deaf or hard of hearing to learn more about how to become a leader for families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing and to be involved, if interested in the NE-EHDI Program planning and implementation activities. This will help the NE-EHDI program to better meet the needs of parents and families. Click the link above to learn more about the parent scholarship opportunity. To learn more about the National EHDI Meeting, click here.
UNL Research Study: Understanding the Reading Brain
The Neuroimaging for Language, Literacy and Learning at UNL is conducting a research study on how brain activities relate to reading development change in both children with typical hearing and children with hearing loss (ages 4-6). Click the above link for more information about the study, who to contact, and compensation details.
Position Available: ESU 4 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher
ESU 4, representing school districts in Johnson, Nemaha, Otoe, Pawnee, and Richardson Counties, is accepting applications for a Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher. ESU 4 offers an outstanding salary and benefit package. For more information regarding this position, please contact Ellen Stokebrand. View the complete job description.
- BS/BA in Deaf Education
- Strong written and communication skills.
- Demonstrated problem solving skills in a dynamic work environment.
- Valid Nebraska driver’s license with the ability to drive to meet the requirements of the job.
- Masters degree in Education with Speech Pathology or Masters degree in Speech Pathology.
- Valid Nebraska Teachers Certificate with appropriate endorsement(s).
- Work as a team member with ESU 4 and school district staff.
- Attend local and regional meetings/trainings related to role and responsibility.
- Support ESU 4’s mission and vision.
- Plan and provide instruction for students who are deaf and hard of hearing. Sessions may be held in the classroom or an alternate site.
- Observe, record, and measure the performance of students in consultation with SLP, language resource or resource teacher.
- Maintain confidentiality.
- Consult with classroom teachers.
- Participate in professional workshops and staff development opportunities for program development and professional growth.
Applications will be open until the position is filled. Please send a request to access the application form. Any questions regarding the application process can be directed to:
Ellen Stokebrand, Director of Special Education
Educational Service Unit 4
PO Box 310
Auburn, NE 68305
402.274.4354 (ext. 109)
The SNRP website was last updated December 6, 2018