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of State DeafBlind Projects
Description: Links and contact information
for every federally-funded DeafBlind Project in the U.S.
& Multi-State Projects Site Review Summary
Description: Strengths of each DeafBlind Project,
as assessed by NTAC.
Resource Fact Sheets
Description: Detailed listings of resource
agencies and organizations for each state, compiled by DB-LINK.
School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Description: A very comprehensive site, with
information about a wide variety of topics relating to blindness, visual
impairment, deafblindness, and children with multiple disabilities.
Description: "a quarterly newsletter
for families and professionals on visual impairments and deafblindness."
Complete online archive is available in English and Spanish, and
in multiple file formats, including PDF format, text format, and
grade two braille file.
Lighthouse for the Blind - Deaf-Blind Program
Description: Seattle has perhaps the largest
and most active DeafBlind community in the country. DeafBlind adults
come from all over the U. S. every summer to experience camp at the
Description: A grassroots organization of
DeafBlind people and their advocates that has been going strong for
over 15 years. "The Deaf-Blind Service Center is committed to assisting
Deaf-Blind People in reaching and maintaining their highest possible
quality of life and degree of personal autonomy."
Note: the background and contrast of the current
DBSC web site can make it hard to read, so you may also try another
site called More
about the Deaf-Blind Service Center at http://www.deafblindlh.com/dbsc.htm.
- Advocates for Communication
Technology for Deaf-Blind People (ACT, INC.)
Description: "a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization
assists people, who are deafblind, living in the Maryland/Washington,
DC area to obtain communication technology and support services and
are not otherwise able to afford it."
Lakes Area Regional Center for Deafblind Education (GLARCDBE)
Description: Serves families and children
from birth to age 21 who have combined vision and hearing loss in Ohio
Lakes Area Deaf-Blind (GLADB) Conference
Dates: June 14-18, 2004 in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Email Lynette Boyer or Kathy Anderson: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internet: If you have access to
Acrobat Reader (PDF files), you can download conference
registration information and call for papers, the exhibit
Notes: The Great Lakes Area Deaf-Blind Conference
will be held June 14 to 18 at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul.
The theme for this year's conference is "Deaf-Blind Pride: Facing
Challenges Head On and Creating Opportunities." This conference
welcomes deaf-blind consumers, support service providers, family members
and others interested in the deaf-blind field.
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