Supporting Young Children who are Deaf-Blind

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This training is designed to share information about the uniqueness of children who are Deaf-Blind through greater knowledge of various diagnoses and syndromes that result in combined vision and hearing loss. The presenter will share information on the impact of Deaf-Blindness and strategies to improve communication among team members for successful collaboration between families and the agencies that support their children. This training will teach participants the importance of routines, touch, and wait time for young children who are Deaf-Blind. Current resources for families and professionals will be explored, including the EITA Portal.

1) Powerpoint Presentation: this document has the slides to be followed by attendees during the webinar.


Title of Training: Supporting Young Children who are Deaf-Blind
Presenter: Megan Cote
Training Date: 03/29/2016

Topic: Deaf-Blind, Early Intervention - Infant/Toddler


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