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Library of Resources for Deaf-Blind Children

This digital library of resources for deaf-blind children provides an extensive collection helpful for teachers, parents, and others.
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This digital library of resources for deaf-blind children provides an extensive collection of resources helpful for teachers, parents, and others. Some examples of topics include:

  • How to identify deaf-blind infants,
  • Enabling deaf-blind children to communicate,
  • How to teach literacy skills to deaf-blind children,
  • And more.

This website, and many of the resources it provides, are accessible for people who are blind and others who use screen reading software.

People may also want to learn about touch as a teaching strategy for deafblind children, or about training interveners who work with deafblind students.

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