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DeafBlind people are rarely totally deaf and totally blind. Each individual's degree of hearing and vision loss is unique.

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History: Overview

See also Frequently Asked Questions about DeafBlindness.

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DeafBlind People in History

The DeafBlind People in History page contains links to information about several deafblind individuals, including:

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DeafBlind/Disability Community History

The DeafBlind/Disability Community History page contains general information about people who are deafblind and/or disabled, and how they have contributed to societies around the world.

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Minnesota DeafBlind History

In the future, we would like to add a section about individuals, organizations, and events in the history of Minnesotans with combined hearing and vision loss. If you have information or links that you feel we could include in the Minnesota DeafBlind History section, please let us know using our Feedback Form.

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