Why register a child with the Oregon Deafblind Project?
The Oregon Deafblind Project provides technical assistance, training, and information to families and service providers at no cost to enhance services for children in Oregon who are deafblind from birth through age 21 years.
In order to receive technical assistance a child should be registered with the project. A Child Registry form must be submitted to the Oregon Deafblind Project's director. This will officially register the child with the project. Once the form has been submitted, a family, district team, or other service-provider can request technical assistance. Please note that requests for service are honored on a first-come-first-served basis.
To register a child who is deafblind, please download the Oregon DeafBlind Project Child Registration Form, fill it out and return.
2018 Family Learning Weekend
The 2018 Parent Learning Weekend was held once again at the Oregon Gardens in Silverton, Oregon. The 22 attendees spent time connecting with other families and sharing strategies and resources.
See our Fall Newsletter for more.
- Screening checklists to determine if other factors (e.g. Usher Syndrome) impact learning.
- What Do I Do Next? Next steps for teachers with a child in their classroom who may have Usher Syndrome .
- Usher Syndrome Resources: Links to a variety of resources and information about Usher Syndrome.
The Hearing Screening Checklist, a tool for educators and family to determine whether a child should be referred to a D/HH Specialist or audiologist for further testing.
The ODB Family Guide: information and resources for families.
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