The Impact of Deafblindness on Learning and Development
The Florida and Virgin Islands Deaf-Blind Collaborative (FAVI) and the Florida Instructional Materials Center for the Visually Impaired (FIMC-VI) have collaborated to create this new learning opportunity using materials developed by the National Center on Deaf-Blindness. These are professional development modules for practitioners who want to improve their knowledge of deaf-blindness and gain practical skills that are essential for working with students who are deaf-blind. The intended audience is teachers from a variety of areas (e.g., special education, visual impairment, deaf/hard of hearing, severe/multiple disabilities), related service providers, and administrators.
Participants may earn up to 14 in-service credit hours if approved by their school district.