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Oregon Deafblind Project

The Oregon Deafblind Project is a "Technical Assistance and Dissemination" project, funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. It is housed at the Teaching Research Institute on the campus of Western Oregon University at Monmouth, but serves the whole of Oregon. The Oregon Department of Education is the project’s major partner, collaborating to ensure statewide technical assistance and support to educational teams who are responsible for the education of children who are deafblind, and to reach out to and assist parents and families of this population.

Information and Resources

Student Eligibility -Which students may be considered Deafblind?

Oregon Deaf-Blind Family Guide -Information for Families of Deaf-Blind Children

What Do We Mean by Technical Assistance (TA) and Dissemination? If you would like this document in Spanish, please contact Lyn Ayer -

The Project's Training Component - If you would like this document in Spanish, please contact Lyn Ayer - ayerl@wou.

2013 Oregon Deafblind Project Training Brochure - Information for parents, families and professionals
Process for Requesting and Receiving Training - The Oregon Deafblind Project, housed at Western Oregon University (Teaching Research Institute), provides team training on a first-come first-served basis.

The Oregon Deafblind Project - The Oregon Deafblind Project provides technical assistance, training and information to enhance services for children in Oregon who are deafblind, birth through age 21.

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