2023-2024 Offerings!

Iowa Deafblind Project 2023-2024 Offerings! 

The Deafblind Project has many different options for professionals seeking support. Review the different options to find something that fits your needs.


Technical Assistance

Technical Assistance is the formal process in which a team can request help and support from the Iowa deafblind project. This process can include site visits and ongoing training and meetings with teams. This is a process that includes setting team outcomes and setting action steps. Technical Assistance is requested through an online form.


Utah Deafblind Institute Webinar Series

The Utah Deafblind Project is pleased to announce our upcoming Deafblind Institute webinar series. This is a 10-week course offered each year that focuses on Deafblindness and how to implement strategies to teach individuals who are Deafblind.

Ten training sessions will be offered via Zoom each Wednesday from 3:30-5:00 MST, January 17, 2024 to March 20, 2024. See the attached flyer for topic details and registration information. You can register for and attend as many sessions as you’d like. *If you attended last year, please be aware that similar information will be covered. There is no cost for this 10-week course. A certificate of attendance is available for each session.

Also, there is a one-time option to receive two University of Utah credits for $100 if you attend at least 8 of the 10 sessions and complete a simple action plan for each.

For any questions contact Rosalee Pearson at rosaleep@usdb.org | View Flier



Open Hands Open Access Modules (OHOA)

The National Center for Deafblindness has created a set of free learning modules for working with students who are deafblind. We have taken the modules and created three AEA online courses. Professionals may work through the free modules or register for the courses to earn credit. Please follow our Facebook page, website, and watch for emails on information about OHOA. 

A NEW Course is starting this Fall on October 9th!! OHOA: Introduction into Deafblindness 

Click the link below to register!! 

PowerSchool (truenorthlogic.com)

Conferences – The Deafblind Project will offer, at least once a year, a conference specific to teaching students who are deafblind. The Iowa Deafblind Project Symposium is usually held in June. Stay tuned!