Iowa's Deafblind Services Project
Introduction Family Support Assistance Team Deafblind Registry Learning Opportunities Transition
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Iowa's Deafblind Services Project is funded by a
5-year U.S. Department of Education grant (2008-2013) with additional support from Iowa Department of Education, Iowa School for the Deaf, Iowa Braille School, and Iowa's Area Education Agencies.

The purpose of this grant is to build the capacity of families and service providers to improve the outcomes of children and young adults (birth - 21) who are deafblind.

Project Brochure

 

FAQ
 

Join NFADB
National Family Association
for Deaf-blind

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How can we help?

PROJECT DIRECTOR
Patrick Clancy
Superintendent and Administrator for the Statewide System for Vision Services

Iowa Braille School
1002 G Ave.
Vinton, Iowa 52349
319-472-5221
800-645-4579
pclancy@iowa-braille.k12.ia.us

GO Iowa's Deafblind Technical Assistance Team
Iowa's Deafblind Technical Assistance Team is available to provide consultation, training, and support to families and service providers of Iowa students who are deafblind.
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Deafblind Registry
Iowa's Deafblind Service Project registration information.

GO Learning Opportunities
Current workshops and conferences available throughout the state.
GO Transition
Information for those supporting deafblind individuals in transition.
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The term deafblindness describes a condition that combines, in varying degrees, both a hearing loss and a visual impairment. All those who are deafblind experience challenges with communication and access to information; however, their individual needs will vary enormously.