This year the Usher Syndrome Coalition is hosting their conference online. For $50 registration fee, there is a week of sessions to choose from related to research, family updates, and young adult virtual gatherings.
To support our community, OSPI is providing helpful resources about COVID-19. Visit this web page to view: ⇒ Guidance for School Districts ⇒ COVID-19 in Schools: A Parent Guide ⇒ School Closure Tracker
The DCMP library provides captioned and described educational video and interactive content to benefit K-12 students who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, visually impaired, or deaf-blind. Teachers and family members can apply to
Washington Sensory Disabilities Services (WSDS) is collaborating with Central Michigan University (CMU) to provide training and a credential for becoming a deafblind intervener. Training Design: The training, which runs from Fall 2020 to Spring
The Washington Deaf-Blind Project staff and consultants are working through the current COVID-19 outbreak to offer support to early intervention teams, PreK-12 educators and families. We are following guidelines and decisions made by our
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