Deaf-Blindness

Looking for information about deaf-blindness? Here are some good places to start.

 

A-Z to Deafblindness
This extensive personal web site by James Gallagher, an individual who is deaf-blind, is packed with up-to-date information about all aspects of deaf-blindness. The wide range of topics include equipment, conferences, mailing lists, videos, poetry, holidays, the deafblind manual alphabet, Internet resources, and much more.
DB-LINK
The home page of the National Information Clearinghouse on Children Who Are Deaf-Blind, this site features an excellent set of publications, bibliographies, a database, individual state resources, and more.
 

Deafblind Children Homepage
A personal home page designed to serve as a resource for parents of deaf-blind children, this site includes profiles of children who are deaf-blind, annotated links, a listserv and a chat room.
 

Deafblindness Web Resource
A good personal home page with information and links about terminology, Internet resources | conferences and courses, journals and periodicals, videos, service providers, bibliography, equipment, communication, web access, and more.
 

The National Technical Assistance Consortium for Children and Young Adults Who Are Deaf-Blind (NTAC)
NTAC provides technical assistance to families and agencies serving children and young adults who are deaf-blind. In addition to information about the organizations, the site offers statistical data, state programs, and an up-to-date database of training activities.
 

Other national and international organizations:
The following web sites provide information about their respective organizations.

Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youth and Adults

National Family Association for Deaf-Blind
 

Related subjects:
Blindness and Visual Impairments

Deafness and Hearing Impairments

Resources in your state