About the Weekend: WHERE
The Weekend is held at the Babler State Park’s Outdoor Education Center. It is a quiet, rustic area that is perfect for our group to be isolated from others using their voice so that participants may focus on visual communication mode. Its not “fancy”, but it fits perfectly with our needs. The address is as follows:
The Outdoor Education Center
Babler State Park
800 Guy Park Drive
Wildwood, Missouri 63005-6134
About the Weekend: WHEN
The 2020 Weekend begins at 4:30 pm on Friday, April 17th and ends at 1:00 pm on Sunday, April 19th
About the Weekend: WHO
The ASL Immersion Weekend is open to anyone 18 years of age and older. Regardless of your signing skill, you are welcome at this event! Please note that the presenter will present and teach at their normal signing rate and speed. Any questions or clarification on this, please call me at 636-227-2277
About the Weekend: COST
The cost for the 2020 ASL Immersion Weekend is $110.00 per participant. This cost covers for:
- At least 12 hours of instruction time (2 hours on Friday, 8 hours on Saturday, and 2 hours on Sunday)
- 6 meals (dinner on Friday, breakfast lunch and dinner on Saturday, and breakfast and lunch on Sunday)
- On-site lodging in a camp cabin for Friday and Saturday night. Each cabin holds 12+ people and has an open-area, shared dormitory concept. Each of the six inner partitions accommodates two people and opens into the center of the cabin. They are heated and, yes, there is hot running water!
About the Weekend: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Once you have registered and your money received, you will be sent a Welcome Letter via the email address you’ve provided. This will include map links, informational page (what to bring, not bring, etc.) and any last minute details. The Welcome Letters will be emailed as soon as possible, but no later than one week before the Weekend.
This program (The ASL Immersion Weekend) has applied for 1.2 CEUs from the National Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) in the Content Area of Professional Studies and will have an Instructional Level of Advanced.
This program (The ASL Immersion Weekend) has applied for 1.2 CEUs from the Missouri Certification Maintenance Program.
Most states’ Certification Maintenance Programs accept CEUs approved by the RID. Contact your states’ Board or Licensing Agency for verification.