Wyoming Deaf-Blind Project
The Wyoming Deaf-Blind Project’s mission is to ensure that all students in Wyoming who are deaf-blind receive the appropriate support and tools needed enabling them to achieve improved outcomes in school and go on to become contributing members of their community by providing technical assistance, resources and training to educators, service providers and families.
Next Step Assessment Clinic – October 25 – 26, 2019, Riverton, WY
Contact Leslie Van Orman for details: 307-857-9267 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- National Deaf-Blind Educator Network is Beginning! A Community of Practice for Educators who Work with Students who are Deaf-Blind
NDBEN’s goal is to create an online community where professionals exchange ideas and best practices, problem solve, and support one another. We are tackling topics such as literacy, communication, interveners, and effective educational practices, all within a community of practice framework. Our first activity is an informational webinar. Come and learn about the community of practice, find out how you can get involved, and meet other educators working with children who are deaf-blind.
Date: Monday, September 23, 2019
Time: 4 PT/5 MT/6 CT/7 ET
Place: NCDB Adobe Room
If you have questions, please contact Kristi Probst.
- Post-secondary Transition
- Parent and Family Resources
Parent Information Center
Wyoming Hands and Voices