Specialized Training Opportunities in Deaf-Blindness

a student pours milk into measuring cup with her interveners guidance.         a boy with deaf-blindness interacts with a toy on his lap while his aide looks on        young girl sits in lap of adult while being read a book.                                                                    
 close-up of the hands  of an intervener and her student tactile signing


Each school year the Pennsylvania Deaf-Blind Project provides specialized training through the Open Hand Open Access (OHOA) Deaf-Blind Intervener Learning Modules for teams and individuals working with students with deaf-blindness. This training year begins each September with a face-to-face “Kick Off” then utilizes the first eight modules over the course of the school year.

Click Here for the link to the informational webinar which explains our OHOA Training: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogs85KXJBFU&feature=youtu.be