Families

A key component of success of the Pennsylvania Deaf-Blind Project is family participation and engagement. The Project offers many family involvement activities, such as family-to family networking, online support, an annual conference, and connection to PaTTAN’s other low incidence initiatives.

Under the drop-down arrow for this section you will find additional information on Family Engagement Coordinators, The Family Learning Conference (FLC), and Family Resources


  A family at the deaf-blind Family Learning Conference  A mother and 2 sons at the deaf-blind Family Learning Conference


A family at the deaf-blind Family Learning Conference  A mother and 2 daughters at the deaf-blind Family Learning Conference


 

image of 4 children 3 girls and one boy.  One girl is in a wheel chair with a boy and girl standing next to her. A woman stands in front of a door and a man is behind the wheelchair.  Another woman is crouching facing the others and hugging the other girl.
A key component of success of the Pennsylvania Deaf-Blind Project is family participation and engagement. The Project offers many family involvement activities, such as family-to family networking, online support, an annual conference, and connection to PaTTAN’s other low incidence initiatives.
image of a woman holding a baby while a woman is standing in front of the baby while another woman is seated at the table looking at the interaction.