International Conference
«Evolution of deaf-blindness and what follows»
April 3-4th, 2018
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How was it?
Deaf-blind Support Fund “So-edinenie” conducts the fourth annual International conference.

Deaf-blindness is a unique disease. It is one of the most complex forms of disability – the whole life the person is surrounded by darkness and the contacts with the outer world are possible mainly through tactile sensations. Despite the vast historical experience (including foreign) and achievements, in the past decade deaf-blind in Russia were outside the attention of the authorities and society. There is no statistics, their needs are not taken into account in the social policy of the state, and many deaf-blind are doomed to loneliness and meaningless survival in special care institutions. At the same time when systematic help is in place they can be integrated into society, gain academic degrees, fulfil themselves in art (sculpture, theatre), and engage in social activities.

Among the main objectives of Deaf-blind Support Fund “So-edinenie” are promotion and support of scientific knowledge about deaf-blindness among Russian pathologists, promotion of the Russian school achievements in the world science. The Annual international conference of the Fund is intended to speak about the most successful practices, implemented by Russian and foreign specialists, contribute to the scientific understanding of the problems faced by the deaf-blind people and the specialists who work with our wards in the 21 century.

Today there is an urgent need to train specialists in the field of deaf-blindness and multiple disabilities. In Moscow, there are few such experts, and in other regions of our country today there are none. Despite the unique experience gained by Russian experts, which is now widely used in all countries of the West, in the regions there is no one who could help and support people, especially kids and teenagers with simultaneous visual and hearing impairment.


April 3rd 2018
09:30 – 18:30



April 4th 2018
09:30 – 18:30


Hotel Holiday Inn Moscow Lesnaya. 15 Lesnaya Street Moscow 125047 Russia


Working languages:
Russian, English


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HOW WAS IT?

PROGRAM OF THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE

April 3, 2018

Time

Section

Presenter

Position

City

Topic

09:00 - 10:00

Registration of participants. Welcome coffee.

10:00 - 10:30

Opening of the conference (Great Hall, 2nd floor).

D.V. Polikanov

President of the Deaf-Blind Support Foundation “So-edinenie” (Con-nection)

Moscow

Welcome speech

N.N. Malofeev

Vice-president of Russian Academy of Education, Director of FSBI ICP RAE (Federal State Budgetary Institution Institute of Correctional Pedagogy of the Russian Academy of Education), Academy Fellow, Doctor of Education

Moscow

Welcome speech

T.Y. Sinyugina

Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation

Moscow

Welcome speech

V.N. Ruchledev

President of Public Organization of Disabled People “All-Russian Society of the Deaf”

Moscow

Welcome speech

N.A. Daykhes

Director of FSBI Federal Scientific Clinical Centre of Otorhinolaryngology FMBA of Russia, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, holder of Habilitation degree in Medicine, Professor

Moscow

Welcome speech

10:30 - 12:00

SECTION 1.

Studies of deaf-blind population and analysis of causes of deaf-blindness and changing trends in this area.

Moderator

T.A. Basilova

1

T.A. Basilova

Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Professor of Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

Moscow

“Analysis of changes in population of deaf-blind children during all the years of their study and problem of determining deaf-blindness as a separate type of disrupted development”

2

A.I. Strizhevskaya

Pediatrician, Sergiyev Posad Residential Care Facility for Deaf-Blind Children and Young Disabled People

Sergiyev Posad

“Causes of deaf-blindness and changing trends in this area”

3

A.Y. Khokhlova

Psychologist, Associate Professor of the Department of Social Psychology in MSUPE, Candidate of Psychological Sciences

Moscow

“Questions of psychological and pedagogical diagnostics of deaf-blind children on the example of work of the Resource support center for deaf-blind people and their families “Yaseneva Polyana”

4

N.A. Meliksetyan

Director of the Resource Center “Yaseneva Polyana”

Moscow

"Evolution of deaf-blindness in the Russian Federation according to the deaf-blind population census provided by the Foundation “So-edinenie”

5

S.B. Lazurenko

Head of the Laboratory of Special Psychology and Correctional Education of the Federal State Autonomous Institution Research Center of Children’s Health, Chief Research Associate FSBI ICP RAE, holder of Habilitation degree in Education, Professor in Russian Academy of Education

Moscow

“Structure of infants’ health disorders with complex sensory disorders”

6

Jude Nicholas

Clinical Neuropsychologist and Consultant Psychologist in Haukeland University Hospital, holder of Habilitation degree in Psychology

Bergen, Norway

Understanding the complexity of deaf-blindness

12:00 - 12:30

Coffee break

12:30 - 14:00

SECTION 2.

Clinical aspects of rehabilitation of people with severe and multiple disabilities.

Moderator

I.Y. Levchenko

1

D.S. Kuleshov

Head of ANO “Sensor-Tech”

Moscow

“Introduction of modern retinal prosthetic technologies for blind and deaf-blind people into the medical practice”

2

V.M. Sklyadneva

Research Associate, Federal State Autonomous Institution Research Center of Children’s Health

Moscow

“Means of early correction-pedagogical help to infants with complex sensory disorders”

3

Gwenaelle Geleoc

Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology in F.M. Kirby Neurobiology Center Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Harvard, USA

«Gene therapy treatment of congenital deafness and balance disorder in a mouse model of Usher syndrome type IC»

4

T.A. Tarnovskaya

Associate Professor of the Department of Human and Animal Anatomy and Physiology, Institute of Biology and Chemistry of MPGU, Candidate of Biological Sciences, Member of Sergiyev Posad Residential Care Facility for Deaf-Blind Children and Young Disabled People

Moscow

“Individual features of morphofunctional and sensorimotor development as components of adaptive behavior of a deaf-blind child”

5

N.A. Moskvitina

Psychologist, Sergiyev Posad Residential Care Facility for Deaf-Blind Children and Young Disabled People

Sergiyev Posad

“Severe multiple disabilities as a result of prematurity. Ways of prevention”

6

A.M. Demchinsky

Senior Project Manager ANO “Laboratory “Sensor-Tech”

Moscow

“Gene Therapy: a myth that has become reality”

M.E. Ivanova

Eye care Practitioner, Candidate of Medicine, CEO of LLC «Oftalmic»

14:00 - 15:00

Lunch (1 floor)

15:00 - 17:30

SECTION 3.

Psychological and pedagogical rehabilitation aspects of children with bisensory disorders related to the use of hi-tech medical technologies.

Moderator

E.L. Goncharova + Discussion session

1

N.V. Diyanova

Special Education Teacher, Sergiyev Posad Residential Care Facility for Deaf-Blind Children and Young Disabled People

Sergiyev Posad

"Achievements and difficulties of rehabilitation of implanted children of preschool age with severe and/or multiple developmental disorders in the conditions of living in the residential care facility for the deaf-blind”

2

O.N. Bokareva

Teacher, Sergiyev Posad Residential Care Facility for Deaf-Blind Children and Young Disabled People

Sergiyev Posad

"Achievements and difficulties of rehabilitation of implanted children of preschool age with severe and/or multiple developmental disorders in the conditions of living in the residential care facility for the deaf-blind”

3

E.L. Goncharova

Head of Research Department of the Institute of Correctional Pedagogy of the Russian Academy of Education

Moscow

"Deaf-blind children with cochlear implantation and “3C-reabilitation”

O.I. Kukushkina

Chief Research Associate of Research Department FSBI ICP RAE, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, holder of Habilitation degree in Education

4

A.I. Sataeva

Senior Research Associate FSBI ICP RAE, Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences

Moscow

"Pedagogical conditions and means in work with deaf-blind implanted children as part of “3C-rehabilitation”

5

T.P. Kudrina

Senior Research Associate FSBI ICP RAE, Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences

Moscow

“The sequence of actions of a teacher when teaching communicative skills to the mother of a deaf-blind child during his first years of life”

6

Jude Nicholas

Clinical Neuropsychologist and Consultant Psychologist in Haukeland University Hospital, holder of Habilitation degree in Psychology

Bergen, Norway

"Self-regulation and deaf-blindness: theoretical prerequisites and practical consequences”

April 4, 2018

09:00 –

10:00 Welcome Coffee

10:00 - 12:00

SECTION 4.

Modern requirement to the training of specialists for the children with habitual complex sensory and multiple disabilities.

Moderators

N.M. Nazarova

and E.L. Voroshilova

1

O.V. Solodyankina

Head of Social Work Department IPPST, Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences, Associate Professor of Udmurt State University

Izhevsk

“Modern requirements to the training of specialists for the children with habitual complex sensory and multiple disabilities”

2

L.A. Golovchits

Head of Pre-School Defectology Department of MSPU

Moscow

«Portrait of a modern specialist in the field of educating people with complex developmental disorders”

A.V. Krotkova

Professor of Pre-School Defectology Department of MSPU

3

E.B. Ayvazyan

Senior Research Associate FSBI ICP RAE, Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences

Moscow

“Communicative skills of caregivers of child care centers as a condition of full realization of development potential of children with multiple severe developmental disorders”

A.V. Serkina

Research Associate FSBI ICP RAE

4

N.M. Nazarova

Professor, Head of the Department of Psychological and Pedagogical Foundation of Special Education in MSPU, holder of Habilitation degree in Education

Moscow

«Professional approach in training a typhlo-surdo specialist”

5

E.L. Voroshilova

Senior Project Manager “Development of Resource Center Network for the Support of Deaf-Blind in Regions and Foreign Education of Specialists” in the Deaf-Blind Support Foundation “So-edienine”, Head of the Department of Correctional and Special Pedagogy, Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences

Moscow

"Resource centers for the support of deaf-blinds. System of training specialists for working with children with simultaneous disorders of hearing and sight”

6

I.Y. Levchenko

Professor, Head of the Laboratory of Inclusive Education of Institute of Special Education and Complex Rehabilitation of MSPU, holder of Habilitation degree in Psychology

Moscow

"Competencies of modern teachers in the field of work with children with severe and/or multiple developmental disorders”

7

T.A. Muskhadzhieva

Senior Teacher in the Department of Special Psychology and Pre-School Defectology in Chechen State Pedagogical University

Grozny

“Directions of psychological support of students with disabilities”

12:00 - 12:30

Coffee break

12:30 - 14:00

SECTION 5.

Sociocultural rehabilitation: successful practical work Moderator

D.V. Polikanov

1

I.V. Moiseeva

Psychologist of the Resource Center “Yaseneva Polyana, Support Foundation “So-edinenie”

Moscow

“Deaf-blindness and independence in adult and presenile age”

2

Czondi Etelka

Director of SENSE International Romania

Romania

“Deaf-blindness – experience of Romania”

Ramona Antonie

Program coordinator, SENSE International Romania

3

I.N. Donina

Head of the Department of Educational Programs and Museum Pedagogy of the State Museum of the History of Religion

St. Petersburg

“Evolution of the social perception of deaf-blindness in the context of museum’s mission”

Y.V. Vdovichenko

Junior Research Associate of the Sector of Museum Inclusion of the State Museum of the History of Religion

4

Y.G. Shklyarskaya

Head of the Exhibition Department of the State Darwin Museum

Moscow

“Inclusion and contemporary art: points of growth”

5

L.A. Nikitina

Supervisor of the inclusive Drama School ANO "Inclusion"

Moscow

"Theater as field for sociocultural rehabilitation and inclusive development of the deaf-blinds”

6

N.B. Kremneva

Editor of “Vash Sobesednik” Magazine

Moscow

"Magazine “Vash Sobesednik” – a voice of deaf-blind people of Russia”

14:00 - 15:00

Lunch (1 floor)

15:00 - 17:00

SECTION 6.

Modern assistive device and rehabilitation technologies for multiple disabilities.

Moderator

D.S. Kuleshov

1

I.A. Nigmatullina

Associate Professor of the Department of Defectology and Clinical Psychology in the Institute of Psychology and Education of Kazan Federal University, Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences

Kazan

“Verbal abilities deficiency of schoolchildren with bisensory disorders: alternative methods of correction”

2

D.N. Goranskaya

Neurophysiologist-researcher, ANO “Laboratory “Sensor-Tech”

Moscow

“Prospects for neuroscience research and rehabilitation opportunities for people with disorders of hearing and sight”

3

T.I. Bocharova

Manager, GC “Istok-Audio”

Fryazino

“Assistive rehabilitation technologies for people with hearing and sight disabilities”

4

L.V. Rudenko

Director of Autonomous Social Services Institution of the Udmurt Republic “Republican Rehabilitation Center for Children and Adolescents with Disabilities”

Izhevsk

“Innovative technologies of resource development of a disabled child. Experience and prospects”

5

A.V. Popov

Chief Engineer, ANO “Laboratory “Sensor-Tech”

Moscow

“Complex of rehabilitation means for deaf-blind people “Neurocommunicator” and technical means of help to deaf-blind actors “Vibrotheater”

6

S.V. Burov

Accessibility architect, ANO “Laboratory “Sensor-Tech”

Moscow

“New approaches to organizing the accessible environment for disabled people with sensory disorders in the digital economy”

17:00-17:30

Coffee break. Certificate Delivery Ceremony (lobby, 2nd floor)

17:30 - 21:00

Enumeration. Grand Closing of the Conference. Gala Dinner. Dancing. Lottery (Great Hall, 2nd floor)

WHERE WILL THE CONFERENCE TAKE PLACE

Hotel Holiday Inn Moscow Lesnaya. 15 Lesnaya Street Moscow 125047 Russia
REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS

When registering before March 23rd, 2018 no registration fee is required.

Participant Package cost is 1,000 rubles (it includes Certificate of Participation and USB-flash drive with Conference materials).

Registering during the week before the Conference + Participant Package – 5,000 rubles.

To participate in the Conference you need to fill in the registration form below, mark the form of participation and choose a subject of your presentation. The deadline for submitting the abstracts is February 5, 2018.

The Organizing committee reserves the right to select participants in accordance with the range of problems to be discussed at the Conference. The rejected applications will not be reviewed.

Should you have any questions regarding registration for the conference please contact us at conference@so-edinenie.org


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