Friday, 01. March 2019, Hillcrest Junior High School, 2019 Utah CEC General & Special Education Teacher Conference: “Growing Possibility”

2019 Utah CEC General & Special Education Teacher Conference: “Growing Possibility" Come join us for a wonderful educator conference on Friday, March 1, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Hillcrest Junior High in Murray, Utah. Our keynote speaker will be Justin Osmond.  (See Presenter Bio below)  Breakout sessions will include math and reading instruction, transition, behavior management, and much more.
Registration and a continental breakfast from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.  Lunch and an afternoon snack will be served.
Our Utah CEC Professional Awards and Yes I Can Student Awards will be conducted during Lunch.
Please bring your mobile device or printed ticket to check-in.  This is a paperless conference.  Presenter materials will be accessible on our Utah CEC website a week before the Conference:   or
A certificiate for re-licensure points will be available upon completion of online survey after the conference.
Please email for any questions or accomodations needed.
*Advertised prices includes total price after registration fees.  No refunds will be given after February 22, 2019. Online registration ends February 28, 2019.
See you there!!!

Justin has led an extraordinary life and found himself learning vital lessons from his unique circumstances. Growing up with a 90% hearing loss is hard for anyone, but being the son of Merrill Osmond, the lead singer of the world-renowned Osmond Family, made deafness an even bigger challenge for him.
Diagnosed at the age of 2 with a 90% hearing loss and after 12 years of intense speech and listening therapy, he can now speak with passion and through modern-day technology, hear with conviction. Considering the fact that he was a couple years behind his peers, he has shown through intense dedication, mental and physical exertion, that nothing can stop him from going after his dreams. There were many obstacles and challenges that represented stumbling blocks, despair and lack of hope. But his will-power, determination, desire, and hope surpassed all hurdles that stood in his way.
Despite living with a profound hearing loss and even after being told by teachers and professionals that he would never play a musical instrument, he went on to play the violin, viola, piano, and drums. He has received numerous awards such as the prestigious sterling scholarship in music, academic scholarships, honorary achievements, and many athletic titles in soccer, football, basketball, and track. He is also proud to represent the Boy Scouts of America as an Eagle Scout, and he currently has his Master’s in Business Administration.
Due to Justin’s desire to help everyone that may be struggling with hearing loss, he launched the Olive Osmond Hearing Fund in honor of his late grandmother Olive. As Founder and CEO of the Olive Osmond Hearing Fund, Justin has one goal: to bring music to the ears of men, women and children living with hearing loss around the world. Recently, he challenged himself to an "impossible" feat of running 250 miles in just 7 days in order to raise awareness in honor of his Grandmother Olive, and to help raise funding for hearing devices for 25 deaf children. It's been his hardest challenge to date, but also the most rewarding.
This is what makes Justin extraordinary. Overcoming many communication challenges, he became an award winning musician, dedicated his life to working with the deaf and hard-of-hearing and inspires everyone who hears his amazing story.
Having shared the spotlight with the likes of Kevin Costner, Oprah, Billy Crystal, Garth Brooks, Susan Boyle and many other distinguished and respectable individuals, Justin's unique style inspires and motivates his audiences. Justin has spent over 15 years traveling the world helping the deaf and hard-of-hearing in underdeveloped countries as well as throughout the United States. Justin continues to travel the world inspiring those living with a hearing loss by sharing with them his experiences and stories of hope and perseverance. Justin touches the hearts of not only those living with a hearing loss, but everyone he comes in contact with and encourages any person who has a dream to live it.
In his recently published book “Hearing with my Heart,” he shares his story with the world in order to help everyone understand the struggles of living with a hearing loss and how to overcome it. He lives every day by his personal motto: “I may have a hearing loss, but that hearing loss does not have me.” Nothing gets him down and he loves inspiring others to go after what they want in life and that NOTHING is impossible.

2019 Utah CEC General & Special Education Teacher Conference: “Growing Possibility”

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