Our Mastercast episodes were designed to bring news from near and far to wherever you are, waiting on an appointment, riding in a car, jogging in the park, even sitting at your desk.
Seeking answers to your questions and creative solutions for your Pre-ETS challenges, we’ve called upon the masters—those with personal experience and/or professional expertise—to chat with us. Join the conversations as we visit with Virtual Reality counselors, job developers, special education teachers, employers, youth with disabilities, parents, researchers, and program designers, among others.
Topics of Interest
- What I learned as a VR counselor providing Pre-ETS to transition-aged youth
- Using improv to help students with disabilities build self-advocacy skills
- Working with employers to create real-world work experiences for youth with disabilities
- A mom talks about her sons’ challenges and successes and what contributed to both
- Successful collaborations between VR, mental health, and school counselors
- Hooking up with access services in post-secondary education
- The student has a service dog. Now what?
We can promise you these won’t be boring. Each guest was chosen because of their expertise but also because of the passion they bring to the issues. We will invite you to suggest topics of interest as well.
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Your host will be Olivia Uwamahoro, PhD, LPC, NCC, Assistant Professor of Counselor Education and College Student Affairs at the University of West Georgia.
Join the conversations as we visit with vocational rehabilitation counselors, job developers, special education teachers, employers, youth with disabilities, parents, researchers, and program designers, among others.