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Deafblind International

    • Deafblind International (DbI) was founded over 30 years ago and is the world association promoting services for deafblind people. DbI brings together professionals, researchers, families, deafblind people and administrators to raise awareness of deafblindness. Central to our work is to support the development of services to enable a good quality of life for deafblind children and adults of all ages.
    • Deafblind New Zealand
    • Deafblind Resources - The goal of is to provide information and strategies to parents, Intervenors, para-professionals or anyone who is part of a teamsupporting individuals who are deafblind.
    • DB-LINK: The National Information Clearinghouse on Children Who Are Deaf-Blind
    • Deaf Education Database (Scottish Sensory Centre) - An information service for deaf people of all ages and those who support them.
    • Deaf Resource Library
    • European Deafblind Union (EDBU) is European association that joins together European deafblind people's organisations. It was founded in 2003.It is an international non-governmental and non-profit-making organisation. The basic aim and function of the EDBU is to work for equality and full participation in society by deafblind people in all European countries. Upcoming Event: 6th EBU Deafblind Conference and 2nd EDBU General Assembly at Zagreb, Croatia from 25 to 30 April 2008.
    • Florida and Virgin Islands (FAVI) Deaf-Blind Collaborative
      The FAVI Deaf-Blind Collaborative serves the entire state of Florida providing training and consultation services to the families and educational teams of Florida’s children and young adults (ages 0-22) with concurrent hearing loss and vision loss.
    • Gallaudet University: the only accredited four-year liberal arts university for deaf and hard of hearing students
    • Guide for Online Colleges & Disabilities
    • Helen Keller Story at the National Women's Hall of Fame
    • Information About Deafblindness
    • Information On Deaf-Blindness At Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind
    • The Lexington School for the Deaf:
      The Lexington School for the Deaf/Center for the Deaf has served the broader Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Community of the New York metropolitan area since 1864. Since its founding as a school, Lexington has evolved to offer vital services in a range of important areas.
    • The National Center on Deaf-Blind As a national technical assistance center funded by the federal Department of Education, NCDB works to improve the quality of life for children who are deaf-blind and their families 
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