Monica Lepore shared a link on the book of facesTo: Individuals With Disabilities or Those who are DeafTo: Families of Persons with Disabilities or Those who are DeafTo: Aquatic Professionals, Coaches and InstructorsFrom: Diversity in Aquatics (DIA) Adapted Aquatics Council in Collaboration with the DIA Research CouncilDate: August 5, 2021RE: Your Opinion is Needed Regarding… Continue reading Calling for swim participants with hearing challenges, deafness and those with visual impairments
Click the button below to go to the article published in the Chronicle of Higher Education from Jess of Pittsburgh. Wonderful advice, by Jess Ramsey, for all speakers before every audience.
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The availability of wearable technologies that allow individuals to monitor a variety of body functions, including but not limited to, heart rate, blood pressure, pace and distance traveled are readily available and cost effective. Nearly all these wearable technologies can both transmit and receive collected data from other mechanisms. This data can be used to… Continue reading Wearable devices with Track & Field athletes in high school in PA
Don’t Let Hearing Loss Hurt Your RelationshipsThe tools and communication strategies that can helpBy Hallie Levine, November 04, 2017https://www.consumerreports.org/hearing-ear-care/dont-let-hearing-loss-hurt-your-relationships/“Hearing loss is a family issue, not just an individual one,” explains Catherine Palmer, P.h.D., director of audiology and hearing aids at the University of Pittsburgh, who was not involved in the U.K. research. “It’s long been understood… Continue reading Recent coverage in Consumer Reports about hearing issues with expert quotes from Catherine Palmer
Original article by Matt Welsh, OAMWhen people picture swimming training the images that come to mind usually include steam coming off the water before an early morning session, drink bottles lined up at the end of each lane, coaches walking back and forth watching the swimmers, and of course, you always need a pace clock.Pace clocks… Continue reading Setting Tomorrow’s Pace
Test sets don’t always need to be physical feats.Our test sets have many dimensions and being smarter, with more knowledge and of better judgement in and around the water can lead to smarter individuals and communities. Taking care of oneself begins with better awareness of self as well as other facts and understandings of the world. Early… Continue reading Aquatic leadership: Assist and help to craft smart questions for the open-source swim knowledge exams
Be there. Baltimore, Maryland, at this free event.Catherine Palmer, Ph.D., Director of Audiology at UPMC Medical Center and professor at University of Pittsburgh, as well as Grant Rauterkus, lead author of the new edition of the ebook, <strong>Time Out! I Didn’t Hear You</strong>, are presenting too.No RSVP needed. Just show up. No charge to attend.This… Continue reading Special event in Baltimore with WNBA super-star and insights into Sports Communications