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.
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