April 2016 Board mtg/licensure

Idaho RID Business Meeting 4-8-17 Power point link

Stephen Snow to introduce the History of Licensure in Idaho.  This is six years in the making, the supreme court required some changes before allowing to become a new law. Now it is officially called the “Idaho hearing and speech service board”.  Included on the six seat Board are; one interpreter, one audiologist, and one SLP.  In changing the name and including all services provided to deaf, hard of hearing we can keep the cost down( $100/yr instead of $600/yr interpreter fees-tax deductible write-off).  Will be enforced july 2018.  Without the new board the previous licensuring had “no teeth”.  If you have EIPA-that is acceptable within that field, aswell as other state passed test and other rid tests. The details of all the acceptable ranges and how to enforce, aswell as payment price are still TBD.  We want to allow choices, and flexibility while providing clients with “qualified interpreters”.

Board Meeting began 1:30 without a full board.

It was decide to implement an online voting for measures listed in the power point above.

Cliff applauding current president for the extensive reapplication of 501C3.  Having experienced tax processes himself is very familiar with the exhausted process.

Val S. Has updated bylaws.

secretary records minutes on line

treasurer slide: numbers are complete including questions about workshop foods at CSI(required to purchase, we cant bring outside food to those reserved conference rooms).

Treasurer slide:$600 to set up new www. Kristy affirmed the overspending but we arent in the red.  Only two people on the board have credit cards that requires two signatures at purchase and one checkbook is in the presidencts possession.

Verla acknowledge K. efforts and suggestion of an established budget were noted.

Cliff asked  where PO box keys? K. has one and Carrie will too. His concern to not change address but to have accesible to off site po box to scan mail to K  to not fall in debt or miss any Ex. 501c3 lapse again.

Tec committee: informed others about the new www thru firefox because the old idaho rid www is where google link takes you.  We cant find a resolution or password to delete the old www thru user rights.  cliff will aid in taking this down.

Scholarships–please apply,  no one has applied in several years.

Deaf Heart- Award was presented to Sheila R. who was not in attendance.

LEAD-$55 dollars to watch via satellite. K. will look into getting presenter bios and cliff plans to have a viewing party at his house to share the cost of above.  instead of all paying individuals fee, smile.

Move to  Meeting adjournment @2:30 by??

Cliff to second the motion.

motion carries

please look forward to the realignment of presidency terms thru the online format.

 

March 30 meeting minutes

Meeting attendees: Shannon, Carrie, Kristy

March 30, 2017, 7-8 PM, agenda:

  1. Final preparations for workshops
    1. Food for Boise workshop (we buy the snacks): Kristy Kulick to host
    2. Food for Pocatello workshop (need to order online through ISU catering)Shannon to host
    3. Power point presentations for business meeting
      1. Check for accuracy, add anything you’d like: all in agreeance with previewed slides sent via email
      2. Would you like to present or have me present? Will present in ASL: Kristy will present all slides on behalf of all board members
      3. Ceu cant be split between days
      4. inform people about the old irid www is still a link, old server hasnt taken it down. from now on us firefox to access new www.idahorid.org
    4. Elections/Voting
      1. Voting on: treasurer, VP, vote of affirmation for president: Realization of wrong voting year to vote for pres. and need to ammend
      2. Raising dues – $20 for students, $35 for others: discussed and agreed to present at board mtg. for a vote April 8th
      3. Adding 2 new scholarships – one for membership ($35) & one for workshop attendance ($50): We will present this to remind candidates about the availability.
      4. Whether or not members would like the organization to pay for live broadcast of RID LEAD Together conference
    5. Awards & thank you
      1. Deaf heart award = plaque + one year free membership: nominations made for sheila Roberts
      2. Steven Snow, Randy Bow, Paula Mason, ISU, board members leaving – anyone I’m forgetting??
    6. Reinstatement of 501c3 status, effective February 10, 2017 (YAY!!!)
    7. RID LEAD Together conference – ended up w/ 3 guaranteed slots, gave the other to Val w/ the same agreement to pay half ($213)
    8. Any comments or business from the board – anything I’m forgetting?? No one interested in using outreach conference for our spring workshop=will not broadcast to north Idaho or isdb.  Plus few registrants for Boise workshop, so Kristy will send out reminders to register.  New member at large: Janette Lovell.

Feb 15 Board mtg.

Idaho RID Board Meeting Agenda attendance: Kristy B.(Pres), Carrie P.(Sec.), Shannon S.(PDC), Holly S.(Treas.), Jayne W.(MAL)

Wednesday, February 15, 7-8 PM: Began 7:02 pm.

  1. Spring Workshop: one in boise and later(end april or begin of May) at ISU pocatello(ask val or joelynn to present)
    1. Final dates-Evening April 7 and all day April 8th in Boise.Location TBD(possible H&W– Shannon to Contact S.S ASAP)
    2. Presenters-Paula Browning on Ethics came highly recommended to kristy
    3. Provide lunch was declined but snacks to be provided.  Plenty of lunch choices in that location
    4. Business Meeting
      1. Board reports – will send out example from HTM  for all board  members to present a report per Roberts rule of order at each annual business mtg.  Kristy emphasized her aid to us and not to stress.  This will provide a more formal atmosphere
      2. Robert’s Rules of Order-Question about if board members are required to have dual membership, to be looked into.
      3. Deaf Heart award nominations- All to support; plus have NAD send out notifications for nominations of IRID members
        We are also accepting nominations for an Idaho RID Deaf-Heart award.  If you know an outstanding interpreter that demonstrates a Deaf-heart, please email me your nomination.  Within your email include examples of how this interpreter demonstrates a Deaf-heart within their work and why you think they deserve recognition.  Your nomination may be several written paragraphs, or if you prefer, an ASL video attachment.  Please email me your nominations by April 1st, and we will announce the winner at our spring business meeting.
      4. Live streaming options – working on it w/ Paula Mason from gooding, tech gurru.  Use Zoom program to stream apr. 7&8 boise workshop to gooding.
        1. Snacks to be provided.
        2. CEU monitoring- undiscussed
      5. Workshop scholarship -undiscussed
      6. Thank Jayne & Melanie for their service
      7. Elections-kristy was nomicated on the wrong year.  supposed to be even year as pres. elect
        1. Nominations for treasurer-holly S to resign, elections on odd year, Carrie P. to take over meridian mailbox key and responsibilites associated with.
        2. Nominations for VP-on odd calendar year, replace Val S.
        3. Vote of affirmation for president and to clarify to members the error in electing kristy on the Odd and not even calendar year and her term will extend to 2019.  Kristy accepts the extention if memebers will.
        4. Vacant Member at large positions (2)-to be elected on odd years. pls make any suggestions, many positions hard to fill.  get the word out there
        5. Vacant fundraising position-”      “
        6. Vote on dues increase-agreed per last board mtg.
          1. $35 for dual members
          2. $20 for students
    1. National RID conference -July 20-24, 2017 @ SLC (past year went 100,000$ in the hole, forced to set u lottery system)a. Idaho representatives
      1. President & Professional Development Chair – Kristy & Shannon–all agreed
      2. Board willing to pay ½ registration costs ($212.50 X 2 = $425 total) + hotel (share hotel room)- all agreed

      Lottery system

      1. How it works-total of 650 slots: 200 leadership track, 200 skills development track, only 2 slots allowed for our region. i think it goes to general registration upon aprils payments received by submitted reps
      2. Payments of $425/person due by April_?__.  Names to be sumbited  by March 31.

      Idaho RID host viewing parties around the state- Live streaming of National COnference.  Questions of cost remain.  Kristy to find out more details plus poll @ IRID conference of those interested in attending and where should it be hosted. Buy snacks for attendies was suggested

  1. Other announcements/board business? Mtg adjorned at 7:40 p.m.

EIPA Video Conference Workshops 2017

  • February 4, 2017 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    “Incorporating Non-Manual Markers/Signals: Broaden your Understanding and Ability to Incorporate Non –Manual Markers Including Adverbs and Adjectives”
    Trix Bruce, B.S.

Registration deadline Friday, January 27, 5:00 PM

This workshop has a focus on nonmanual signals, which are not distinctive “hand signs” yet are essential language morphemes. Interpreters will analyze and apply these grammatical markers, which involve eye and head movements, facial movements, and body postures rather than the use of “signs” as distinct lexical elements. This workshop will be presented in ASL.

  • April 1, 2017 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

    “Professional Development Planning: Deliberate Practice is Necessary to Improve EIPA Scores”

    Frances J. Beaurivage, Manager EIPA Diagnostic Center, RID CI/CT

    The EIPA provides interpreters with a wealth of information that can be utilized to inform your decisions about your personalized professional development plan (PDP). Participants will learn how to analyze the feedback from your EIPA report, and how to systematically make decisions about which skills need to be addressed before moving on to tackle more complex skill sets.

NO_Idaho_EIPA Video Conference Flyer – 2016-2017 (1)

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Idaho RID Spring Workshop

Stay tuned – details coming soon for our Idaho RID Spring Workshop

Dec. 7th minutes

In attendance: mike, kristi, carrie, holly, ann, jayne, shannon

newly est. www. admin rights given to: mike, kristi with  shannon, holly, and carrie having editorial rights.

Jan. 19 9-noon have a presence at the Capitol during breakfast supplies by cdhh

jayne will be stepping down as isu as member at large, frown: shared her found resources for upcoming conference(isu, school dist office or any school facilities).

still deciding on dates (april 7-8 or 28-29) and location for spring conference. most likely to be boise. presenter still tbd.

plans are in place to est a EIN live stream for outreach locations to attend via online(facebook live or “live with you tube” may be other options) .  Along with how to make sure all receive an earned CEU for either watching  the prerecording or veiwing at designated sites.  talks of how to implement this were of sending out a mass email with a survey monkey questioner in proof of viewing.  kristi will followup with iesdb for streaming and dawn on ceu verificaton process

 

Intro to Certified Deaf Interpreting

The profession of Deaf Interpreting is rapidly growing and becoming increasingly popular. The facilitator will share basic information about Deaf interpreting, describe the profession, explain the requirements, and answer questions about Deaf interpreting. This information session is an opportunity to learn whether this type of work is something you would be interested in and to register for the upcoming training series on Deaf Interpreting to take place in the Spring of 2017 taught by Keven Poore, a CDI from the Philadelphia, PA area and other co-presenters.

● This information session will be conducted in ASL only. There will be no voice interpretation.

● Please complete registration on the next page and send as an attachment to Keven Poore at Training@DeafPACT.com by December 31, 2016

Where: Portland Community College Room #234 / CT Building 12000 SW 49th Avenue Portland, Oregon 97219

When: Saturday, January 14, 2017 Time: 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Target Audience: Anyone (Deaf/ Hearing/Hard of Hearing) interested in learning about Deaf Interpreting

Intro to Certified Deaf Interpreting (PDF)

 

Medical Interpreting Immersion Training At ISU

IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY – MERIDIAN AND IDAHORID PRESENT

Medical Interpreting Immersion Training At ISU

By: Steven Stubbs, CDI, CLIP-R & Elizabeth Morgan, NIC Master, SC:L
With special access to the ISU – Meridian Virtual Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1 – SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2016
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM DAILY, LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED

Presented in American Sign Language, this three-day intensive workshop offers application of anatomy and physiology, with an emphasis on classifiers, specialized terminology used in medical settings, in-depth discussion of interpreting considerations for medical settings, and ethical decision making strategies especially for medical settings.

This workshop is open to 20 interpreters, both deaf and hearing. Consideration will be given to those with 3 or more years of experience. The time is interactive and hands-on. There is lots of time for practice and feedback in a safe, supportive environment.