|Family Guided Routine based instruction – for students who online/ distance learning through a device will not be appropriate. Routine based instruction is a way for service providers to work with families to identify home routines the parent/caregiver can use to implement instructional strategies.||FGRBI Website|
|A deafblind student’s access to online learning including options for interpreting, captioning, Braille, etc.||National Deaf Center|
|Tips for vision access across tools and applications||Hadley|
|Providing Access through Sign Language & Text for Low Vision & Tactile Communicators During the Coronavirus Pandemic||NY Tip Sheet|
|Ways to meet sensory needs at home||DIY edutopia|
|Ideas for activities at home||NCDB resource|
|How to create an experience book with your child||Paths to Literacy|
|COVID-19 resources in lots of different languages||Resources in different languages|
|Large collection of at home activities||At home activities|
|Information for families during the longest spring break ever||Illinois Deafblind Project|
|HKNC resources – includes many resources for this time including online learning, interpreting resources, vision resources, etc.||HKNC Covid-19|
|Making an at home schedule||Paths to literacy|
|ExCEl Academy – online learning for students with vision loss.||Paths to Literacy|
|Iowa Braille Website- many resources on lots of different topics for students with visual impairments.||IESBVI|
|Active Learning Space- Home hacks for active learning||Active Learning Space|
|CHARGE Syndrome at home resource – includes many different resources||Charge Syndrome Foundation|
|WI outreach resources||WI Resources|
|National Family Association for Deaf-Blind – monthly phone calls for families – Spanish Speaking||NFADB – Spanish Speaking Family Calls|
|National Center on Deaf-Blindness – Family-to-Family Communities Drop-in Calls||NCDB Family Communities Calls|
|Center for Parent Information & Resources||CPIR – Coronavirus Resources|
|LiveBinder – a project of the Texas Sensory Support Network, Virtual Activities for Teachers and Families COVID-19||LiveBinder|
The Helen Keller National Center is offering Professionals Working with Individuals who are Deaf-Blind the opportunity to access their online courses *free* of charge until August 31, 2020.
Select the course you are interested in and email your full contact information: name, agency, title, address, phone, and email address to your Regional Representative.
You will receive an exclusive COUPON CODE that you can use to access the online modules.
Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired – archived webinars, e-learning courses, short videos, MP3 recordings, podcasts, publications, and more.
Join TSBVI Outreach team members discussing topics related to supporting students and families of students with visual impairments or who are deafblind.
|Distance Learning for Proficient Communicators||National Center on Deaf-Blindness|
American Printing House of the Blind offers a comprehensive body of information and research relating to blindness and visual impairment. Additionally, they have a channel on YouTube where they provide demonstrations and tutorials.