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Resources for Providing TA During the COVID-19 Pandemic

This purpose of this page is to organize useful, relevant resources from state deafblind projects, NCDB, and other sources to inform distance TA while schools are closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please provide feedback, let us know if you have anything to add, or send an information request by emailing

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Information to Support Distance TA

Information to Share with Families and Service Providers

In addition to the NCDB and state project resources in this section, be sure to check out the Center for Parent Information and Resources' Coronavirus page. It includes information about educational services, COVID-19 in other languages, telecommuting technology and tips, home schooling, and coping.

NCDB Resources

The NCDB website organizes a wide range of information from experts and agencies in the field of deafblindness. These resources, on a variety of topics, are easy to share electronically with families and service providers.

Our Key Topics for Families page has the following topics:

Additional resources likely to be relevant for families and service providers at any time:

State Deafblind Project Resources

Several state deafblind projects have created web pages and other materials with relevant resources for families and services providers during the pandemic. If we missed any, let us know!

Arizona Deafblind Project Newsletters:

California Deafblind Services web page

What's New? (Illinois project web page)

COVID-19 Resources (Iowa project web page)

At-Home Activities for Students with Vision Loss/Deafblindness (Missouri)

COVID-19 Resources and Supports (Pennsylvania web page)

WI Outreach for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deafblind Wakelet (Wisconsin project web page)