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2022 Fall Division Meeting

September 9 @ 11:00 am - September 11 @ 2:00 pm UTC

$10

Costs:

Meeting Registration                      $10

September 9th Dinner                      $45

   H Hotel-Academy Lounge; 7PM; Cash bar

September 10th Awards Dinner      $55

H Hotel Courtyard; 6PM Cash bar ;  7PM Dinner

AGENDA

Friday, September 9th:

11:00AM Golf Midland Currie 9 holes https://www.curriegolf.com

1:00PM Kayak from Tridge /Ike’s Mobile Kayak

7:00PM Dinner Academy Lounge

Saturday, September 10th:

9AM-12PM General Session/Academy Lounge

12:30PM-4PM BOD/Gold Room

12:30PM-4PM Adaptive First Aid and Chair Evac Seminar/Chippewa Pavilion. Presented by Ty Damon, Co-Author OEC-6 Chapter 32, Adaptive Athletes

12:30PM-4PM Awards Advisors Face to Face/Copper Room. Led by Mike Husar, Division Awards Advisor.

12:30PM-4PM OEC recertification (by invitation)/Silver Room Kim Zambole and Rae Ruddy

12:30PM-4PM MTR Face to Face/Titanium Room. Led by Jon O’Dell

12:30PM-4PM Mountain Bike Ride/Midland City Forest. Led by Jon Mehl.

6PM Cocktail hour-cash bar/H Hotel Courtyard.

7PM Awards Dinner/ H Hotel Courtyard.

Sunday, September 11, 2022

9AM-11AM NSP Bike Patrol Round Table/TBD. Led by Jeremy Verbeke NSP Program Director and Mary Dunphy CD Bike Supervisor

Break Out Sessions Details:

Saturday Afternoon

Adaptive First Aid and Chair Evac Seminar
Session Overview:

We will do several interactive group activities:

  • Cognitively Impaired patient empathy exercise
  • Blind/V.I. patient “leading” scenario
  • American Sign Language communication practice
  • Outrigger removal hands-on practice
  • Sit Ski removal hands-on practice
  • Lift evacuation for sit skiers dry-land practice
Objectives:
  • To increase awareness of the wide variety of Adaptive Athletes, and the many forms of
    adaptive equipment they utilize
  • To provide you with strategies you can utilize to better care for injured Adaptive Patients:
    • Deaf/Hard of Hearing
    • Blind/Visually Impaired
    • Cognitively Impaired
    • Three/Four-Track Skiers
    • Boarders
    • Sit Skiers
  • Give you an awareness of the added challenges in performing lift evacuation of Adaptive
    skiers and riders
  • Create advocates for the integration of Adaptive Athletes at your local resort and into
    your patrol

Presented by Ty Damon, Co-Author OEC-6 Chapter 32, Adaptive Athletes

Senior Trainer/Evaluator Recertification Course

This recertification course is designed for trainers and evaluators that are also region administrative
staff of the OEC and Aid Room Modules of the Senior Program. At the end of this course,
participants will:

  • Be current as an OEC and Aid Room MSP Trainer/Evaluator
  • Be trained to use an enhanced training program for OEC MSP candidates
  • Be trained in the Aid Room Module training program for candidates

What to bring with you:

  • Pack/Vest with normal materials
  • Dress comfortably (we will be completing senior-level scenarios)
  • Working watch/timer (you will be evaluating!)
  • A great sense of humor – let’s have fun!!
Space is limited to Region OEC Administrators, Region Senior Training Coordinators, or their
designee that are current Trainer/Evaluators of the OEC and Aid Room Modules of the Senior
Program.

If you have any questions, please contact Kim Zambole at OEC@nspcentral.com
Region Awards Advisors are invited to meet with Mike Husar, Division Awards Supervisor.
Further, Region MTR Advisors are also invited to meet with Jon O’Dell, Division MTR
Supervisor.

Sunday Morning

NSP Bike Patrol Round table

Join the National Bike Program Director, Jeremy Verbeke, Central Division Bike Supervisor,
Mary Dunphy, and Region and local patrol leadership in a roundtable discussion about NSP
Bike Patrols. Learn what is out, in development, and to come with bike patrols and have the
opportunity to network with other patrols to share information and best practices. If you are in a
bike patrol, or a ski patrol looking to transition into year-round patrolling, this is the session for
you.

Let me know if you have any questions,
Thanks

Presented by: Jeremy Verbeke, National Bike Program Director https://nspserves.org/bikes/


Other area attractions:

Dow Gardens 1809 Eastman Avenue Midland, MI 48640

Whiting Forest of Dow Gardens 2203 Eastman Avenue

www.dowgardens.org

Alden B. Dow Home and Studio-An Oasis of Architecture and Inspiration

315 Post Street Daily Public Tours

www.ABDOW.ORG

Chippewa Nature Center 400 Badour Rd. Midland

www.chippewanaturecenture.org

Details

Start:
September 9 @ 11:00 am UTC
End:
September 11 @ 2:00 pm UTC
Cost:
$10
Website:
https://www.nspcentral.org/2022fallmeeting/

Organizer

Allison LaVene
Phone:
(810) 938-7930

Venue

The H Hotel
111 W. Main St
Midland, MI 48640 United States
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Phone:
(989) 839-0500
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