Link to Us

Knowledge is Power

The contents of this web site could change the life of someone experiencing vision and hearing loss - in Minnesota or in another part of the world. Help make information about DeafBlindness, dual sensory loss, and related resources accessible to everyone.

The more web sites that link to DeafBlindinfo.org, the easier it will be for people to find the information and resources on this site.

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How to link to DeafBlindinfo.org

Link to our Home Page

To add a link to the DeafBlindinfo.org home page, insert the following code into your site:

<a href="http://www.deafblindinfo.org" title="DeafBlindinfo.org - Dual sensory disability information and resources in Minnesota, the USA, and the world.">DeafBlindinfo.org - Minnesota's Online Resource about Combined Vision and Hearing Loss</a>

On your site, the link will look like this:

DeafBlindinfo.org - Minnesota’s Online Resource about Combined Vision and Hearing Loss

Link to Individual Pages in our Site

For your convenience the URL (internet address) and date of last update are listed at the end of each page of the DeafBlindinfo.org site. Use the following format for a basic link, without the logo:

<a href="URL of Page" title="Title of Page">Title of Page</a> - Comments about the site.

For example, if you would like to share our Parent and Family Resource Guide with your own web site visitors, you might add the following code to your site:

<a href="http://www.deafblindinfo.org/resources/parents" title="Parent and Family Resource Guide from DeafBlindinfo.org">Parent and Family Resource Guide from DeafBlindinfo.org</a> - Extensive, categorized listing of helpful links and resources for caregivers of deafblind children in Minnesota and around the world.

The link would appear on your site like this:

Parent and Family Resource Guide from DeafBlindinfo.org - Extensive, categorized listing of helpful links and resources for caregivers of deafblind children in Minnesota and around the world.

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Thanks for Sharing

Sharing information is crucial to people who have limited access to sights, sounds, and communication. Thank you for helping us empower people who live with deafblindness.

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