The purpose of the HKNC National Registry of Persons Who are Deaf-Blind is to provide basic information about people with combined vision and hearing loss in the United States. This information is to be used as a census of persons who are deaf-blind, as a planning tool and for research purposes.  All identifying information is confidential. Written consent from the individual or guardian is required before a person becomes registered by the Helen Keller National Center.

Complete the HKNC online form at https://www.helenkeller.org/hknc/national-registry

Questions? Contact the Regional HKNC office:

Taryn.Hill@hknc.org
206-324-9120 (Voice)
206-452-7970 (VideoPhone)