Updated March 3, 2014
Updated Feb. 17, 2014
For some, winter is a time when construction slows down. Despite the winter chill, there are 7 teams, comprised of State Deaf-Blind Project staff, family members, orientation and modility professionals, teachers, and interveners, that are hard at work building the next set of Open Hands, Open Access Deaf-Blind Intervener Learning Modules. Guided by the counsel of a diverse national advisory committee, and using data gleaned from field tests, NCDB is thrilled to be supporting these teams to create a resource that supports the intervener practice nationally. More on the Intervener Modules.
Presentations & Publications
Updated March 3, 2014Conference participants
February 18th-20th Over 70 participants from Child Care Resource and Referral agencies and other partners from across the state attended the QRIS statewide rollout training at Western Oregon University. Participants left with the necessary tools to recruit, train and support Early Learning and Development Programs across the state and ensure Oregon's QRIS future success!
Learn more at the QRIS website.
Dr. Patricia Blasco will present at the 35th Annual Duncan Seminar: Home from the NICU on March 21st at Seattle Children's Hospital. Her topic, Children Who are Born Low Birth Weight (LBW): How Can We Impact School Readiness? For more information, visit their website.
Lyn Ayer, Director of the Oregon Deafblind Project answers questions about the services and support provided by her project and by the National Center on Deaf-Blindness during an interview with OPB. Listen to the interview.
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