• Other Resources
Other Resources

The links below are useful in helping you find out any additional information you may want to know about the deaf-blind. 

A-Z to Deaf-Blindness - An awesome web site with all the information you will ever need about deaf-blindness (and a lot you may not want to know!). This site has everything. A lot of work has gone into this site. Check it out. 

Resources for working with Deaf-Blind people - This is one amazing site. If you need resources about the deaf-blind this is the site to check out. It has tons of resources with links to sites from all around the world (some are even in different languages!). 

Canadian Hellen Keller Centre - A Canadian organization that is dedicated to providing services and training to Canadians who are deaf-blind. It has information about deaf-blindness and was created to be web accessible to people who are deaf-blind. 

Peer Support for Students who are Deaf-Blind - A very good web site with valuable information for students who are deaf-blind across Canada who go to post secondary institutions. If you are deaf-blind and either are going to a post-secondary school or are currently in one I'd suggest giving this site a look at. 

FOCUS - A good site if you are needing current information relating to treatments and studies about blindness. It offers newsletters you can check out at no cost. The newsletters go all the way back to 1996. A good site for articles about blindness. 

Canadian DeafBlind Association - Works toward ensuring that all Canadians who are congenitally deafblind are given the opportunities to reach their potential and take their rightful place as contributing members of society. You can contact CDBA at: 
201 - 1100 Concordia Ave. 
Winnipeg, MB R2K 4B8 
Phone: (204) 949-3730 
Fax: (204) 949-3732 

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