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There are many services available to help you in this journey, but sometimes it is difficult to find the services. We hope that this list will assist you in discovering the services that will meet your needs!
Start lining up services. If your child will be in need of early intervention or special education services, don't wait to make the first phone calls to set that in motion. It can take months to get the first appointments and evaluations scheduled and completed, and you won't want to add more time to that by dragging your feet. Contact your state's early intervention office or your school district as soon as those services are recommended, and start gathering the reports and information you're going to need once the process begins.
The Oregon Deafblind Project, in collaboration with the Oregon Department of Education hosted their annual Parent Learning Weekend from July 31st to August 2nd. More
The Oregon Deafblind Project is funded through grant award # H326T130008, OSEP CFDA 84.326T, U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education (OSEP), OSEP Project Officer: Susan Weigert.
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