Home page

Deaf-Blind Resources

American Association of the Deaf-Blind

AADB is a national consumer organization of, by, and for people with both vision and hearing losses, and their supporters. Members have all types and degrees of combined vision and hearing losses. The AADB mission is to ensure that all deaf-blind persons achieve their maximum potential through increased independence, productivity, and integration into the community.

National Technical Assistance Consortium for the Deaf-Blind

The mission of NTAC is to assist all states to improve results for the approximately 12,000 children and youth who are deaf-blind. Our goal is to see these children and young adults meet challenging educational standards and be prepared for the employment and living arrangement of their choice. This mission is accomplished by providing technical assistance and information to individuals who are deaf-blind, their families, and the people who work with them.

D-B Link: National Information Clearinghouse On Children Who Are Deaf-Blind

DB-LINK is a federally funded information and referral service that identifies, coordinates, and disseminates (at no cost) information related to children and youth who are deaf-blind (ages 0 to 21 years).

Helen Keller National Center For Deaf-Blind Youths & Adults

The HKNC provides evaluation and training in communication skills, adaptive technology, orientation and mobility, independent living, work experience, and other support services. Field Services include ten regional offices, and more than forty affiliated programs, a national training team, technical assistance center, and older adults program.