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College Students Who Are Deaf-Blind | NCDB

Imagine being in college and being deaf-blind. What opportunities might you have? What types of challenges would you face?

College Students Who are Deaf-Blind (Spanish) | NCDB

Imagine estar en la universidad y ser sordociego. ¿Qué oportuni- dades podría tener? ¿A qué tipo de desafíos se enfrentaría?

Creating Community for Adult Life_ Planning an Effective and Exciting Transition | CO

We all experience many transitions throughout our lives. This article explores the process of transition for young adults with disabilities and special needs, from school to adult life.

How to Create a Winning Video Resume (CA)

Many individuals who are deaf-blind and/or have severe disabilities are far more capable than they may appear on paper (i.e., written reports, assessments, checklists, etc.).

Innovative Living Options | CA

The traditional choices for out-of-home placement for individuals with disabilities include foster homes, group homes, residential state facilities, state hospitals and private residential facilities. Even with these options, families may have difficulty in finding appropriate placements for individuals with dual sensory impairments.

Successful Transitions Between Programs | CA

For educators, transitions that students make from program to program happen so frequently that we can forget the significance of these events to children and their families.

Suggestions for Creating Successful Transitions from School to Adulthood | CA

While this is not an exhaustive list of steps towards successful transitions, it represents a few of the things I’ve learned over the years.

KS Deaf-Blind Educators > Individual Plan of Study (IPS)

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Transition Requirements and the IPS Crosswalk

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