Helpful resources and information from Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), Special Education:

Monthly Updates

WA-Access to Instruction & Measurement (WA-AIM)

What are Intervener Services:

Intervener services are provided by an intervener, typically a paraprofessional, who 1) has received specialized training in deaf-blindness; 2) works one-on-one with an infant, child, or youth who is deaf-blind; and 3) serves as a member of a child’s educational team.

More information and resources for interveners can be found at National Center on Deaf-Blindness (NCDB)

» National Intervener Certification E-Portfolio (NICE)For Interveners

If you are a practicing intervener or have participated in intervener training and are serving a deaf-blind student or client, the NICE system is a way for you to present artifacts from your practice to reviewers who did not train and who do not know you.  Visit National Center on Deaf-Blindness (NCDB) for more information.