How we can support:

Whether your child is an infant or in high school, we offer support for next steps. Reach out to find out more about:

  • My child’s strengths and needs

  • How to modify the home setting

  • Expectations for the classroom enviroment

  • Ways my child can communicate

  • Communication, literacy, and peer connections

  • An assessment process that can lead to meaningful goals

  • Developing my student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP)

What does “DeafBlind” mean? “The term “deafblind” means any combination of hearing and vision loss, occurring at any age, for any number of reasons.” Read more… National Family Association for DeafBlind (NFADB) – What is DeafBlind?

For information contact:
Katie Humes, Director

“While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about.”

– William Saroyan