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 TRAININGS 

  • provided statewide, regionally, and locally based on individual needs
  • conducted in-person and/or using distance education technology
  • on-going direct training and training of trainers for interveners
 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE 
  • determined by coordinated intake process
  • based on individual needs
  • provided in person and/or by phone, email, and video
URGENT ON-SITE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Provided in the cases of:
  • sudden and significant decrease in hearing and/or vision
  • significant and unexplainable changes in behavior
  • a newly identified child who is not yet receiving any local educational or support services

 

NETWORK OF FAMILY SUPPORT PROVIDERS

  • support provided in collaboration with local Family Resource Centers by volunteers of the CDBS Network of Family Support Providers
  • family-to-family support provided by telephone and/or email
  • training on deafblindness provided to Family Resource Centers
INFORMATION DISSEMINATION AND PRODUCTS

 

Logo: Ideas that Work - US Office of Special Education ProgramThe contents of this website were developed under a grant from the US Department of Education, #H326T180015. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the US Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.  Project Officer, Susan Weigert.

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