Information is disseminated through a variety of formats. These include:
- The Oregon Deafblind Project Newsletter is distributed quarterly widely via e-mail or via regular mail.
- The Welcome packet is distributed to families. It's contents will vary according to the needs of the family, the age of the child, and the cause of deafblindness. The packet contains information, contact information to help them get in touch with persons with whom they need to make contact. It also contains information on other family-oriented groups such as the Oregon Parent Training and Information Center (Salem), and the Swindell Center (Portland).
- Information is available to Families and service providers via telephone (503-838-8328) or e-mail (email@example.com).
The project provides information from and about local and national networks that support families and service providers. For example:
- The National Consortium on Deaf-Blindness ((NCDB) is a national technical assistance and dissemination center for children and youth who are deaf-blind.
- The Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults (HKNC) assists youth and adults who are deafblind to live and work in the community of their choice.