Improving services, results, and quality of life for children and youth who are deaf-blind
Do You Know a Child or Youth with Both Vision and Hearing Loss?
If you are a family member, teacher, or other individual involved in the life of a child with both vision and hearing loss, please contact your state deaf-blind project for information and assistance.
Learn more about deaf-blindness
NCDB is part of a network of projects for children and youth with deaf-blindness (birth through 21) that includes state deaf-blind projects in every state, as well as Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia, the Pacific Basin, and the Virgin Islands. We are funded by the U.S. Department of Education.
Our primary mission is to support state deaf-blind projects as they assist educators, agencies, and organizations to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to help children with deaf-blindness learn, access the general education curriculum, and successfully transition to adult life.
If you have questions about this site or need assistance finding something, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What you'll find on our website
An overview of deaf-blindness, resources on educational practices in children and youth who are deaf-blind, and National Child Count information.
Contact details for key organizations and services, family learning opportunities, and materials on topics relevant to families, posted monthly.
State Project Resources
Information about NCDB support for state deaf-blind projects and tools and resources for projects to use in their technical assistance.