Web Pages
Deafblind International
The world association promoting services for deafblind people.
Australian DeafBlind Council (ADBC)
Information on Usher's syndrome. Membership includes people with deafblindness, family, carers, support workers, professionals and service organisations.
A-Z to Deafblindness
Understand more about deafblindness, and the people who live with it, including information about how to communicate with a deafblind person.
Croatian Association for the Deafblind Persons Dodir
About Croatian deafblind people, news, information about deafblindness and Usher syndrome, photo album. [Croatian, English]
The national (UK) voluntary organization working with and supporting people of all ages who are deafblind or have associated disabilities. Includes international services.
New England Center Deafblind Project
Working with children and young adults and providing support for their families. Serving Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Connecticut. Includes their goals, programs, resources, consultations and contact details.
Overview of Deafblindness
The National Information Clearinghouse on children who are deafblind.
DeafBlind Children Home Page
Information and support for parents of deafblind children.
Free newsletter for families and professionals on visual impairments and deafblindness. Articles on an array of topics, with extensive archives. [English, Spanish]
Information on dual sensory loss of all kinds. Resource listings for Minnesota, the USA, and the world. Includes specialized consumer resource guides for adults, youth, senior citizens, and families.
Helen Keller National Center for DeafBlind Youth and Adults (HKNC)
Nationwide services for people who are deaf-blind. Provides evaluation and training a wide variety of vocational and independent living skills. Site includes National Registry Of Persons Who Are Deaf-Blind entry form.
Project for New Mexico Children Who Are Deafblind
Technical assistance, training, distance education, and networking information to families, service providers, and individuals, birth through 21, who are deafblind.

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