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PLEASE TAKE A QUICK SURVEY!

 

"The Texas Deafblind Project team has been part of our son's educational journey since he started preschool. We are now transitioning into middle school and once again they will be by our side, supporting our team, offering advice and resources. They really are our "lifeline" while navigating the educational system."

~Molly, Parent


FamilyLetter-EdJourneyDear Family,

Many families with children who are school aged share that they feel pretty confident in partnering with the professionals serving their child...but they're still eager to learn more. More about their child, more about deafblindness, more about resources and more about what they can be doing to give their child the best foundation possible. Does this sound familiar to you?

The Texas Deafblind Project offers free support, information, and training statewide with a focus on issues for children with combined vision and hearing loss. As a part of an annual Child Count report collected for the Texas Education Agency, you gave permission to share your family's contact information so that we could connect with you.

Our project is here to support you along your child's educational journey, from birth until age 22. We've included a few useful resources to help you at this stage of your child's education. We would be happy to offer you additional information and support that is specific to your family.

Please connect with us at http://www.tsbvi.edu/family-db to:

• Learn about additional resources for your child and your family
• Make sure we have your preferred contact information
• Get added to our mailing list for news and opportunities of interest to your family.
• Complete a short 5 minute survey about your current services

Our project staff has experience and knowledge about combined vision and hearing impairments. We hope to have the opportunity to offer our support to you. You can connect with Edgenie Bellah, our Family Engagement Specialist, at (512) 206-9423 or to learn about the supports available to you.

Texas Deafblind Project staff
http://www.tsbvi.edu/deaf-blind-project