June is Deaf-Blind Awareness Month!

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June is Deaf-Blind Awareness Month! Through the University of Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Deaf-Blind Technical Assistance Project (OKDBTAP) exists to provide free assistance to children from birth to age 21.

Deaf-blind children, their parents and care providers, and personnel from schools and agencies who service deaf-blind children are eligible to receive services and assistance from OKDBTAP, including web conferencing, site visits, classroom observation, telephone technical assistance, research/evidence-based materials, in-service workshops, statewide training, and networking.

To learn more about OKDBTAP and to see if you’re eligible to receive services, visit their website at https://bit.ly/3z9RPLE.