Technical assistance can take many forms, and depends mainly on the needs of the child who is deafblind.
Check out our newest resource, The ODB Family Guide. This online resource can help families understand their child's needs, learn about next steps and discover valuable resources.
Training is tailored, as much as possible, to meet the individual needs of parents, educational teams, service providers and volunteers.
To register a child who is deafblind, please download the Oregon DeafBlind Project Child Registration Form, fill it out and return.
For more information, contact Lyn Ayer,
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Watch an Animoto presentation of the 2012 event.
Working with children who are deaf-blind is a joy and a challenge. Specialists, teachers, interveners and parents are constantly looking for new and creative ways to teach concepts, increase language and enhance social interactions.
We would like to recognize these efforts and to share these innovations from outstanding programs in Oregon.
Our featured program is Chenowith Elementary School in the Dalles, Oregon. This team successfully transitioned a child using a variety of creative strategies and technology. We would like to share some aspects of this experience with you.
The Oregon Deafblind Project sponsored three workshops in May for students and professionals working in the field. Topics included assessment and program development presented by Robbie Blaha; Movement and Sound presented by Kathy Arquette and Lin Bauer; and an overview of deafblindness presented by Lyn Ayer, the director of the Oregon Deafblind Project.
Oregon Deafblind Project News
Check out our Spring 2013 Newsletter - "Building Effective Programs" for:
Posted March 21, 2013
The Oregon Deafblind Project is funded through grant award # H326C080036-09, OSEP CFDA 84.326C, U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education. OSEP Project Officer: Glinda Hill.
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