Blumberg Center for
Interdisciplinary Studies in Special Education

indiana deafblind services project

making referrals

Our services include family and educational support through dissemination of information, onsite visits, and workshops. Our services are FREE for families, school districts, and others who work with children who are deafblind from birth through 21 years of age. These services are available year-round and are provided through federal grant funds.

In order for a child and his or her family to qualify for our services the child must have both a vision and hearing impairment and be included on our Indiana Deafblind Registry. Anyone can refer a student/family to the project by contacting:

Indiana Deafblind Services Project
Blumberg Center
College of Education
University Hall 009W
401 North 7th Street
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, IN 47809
Lisa Poff, Program Coordinator

You also can refer a child by downloading the Adobe Acrobat Reader version of the registry form. Then just print it, fill it out and return it to the above address. If you prefer you may call and request an information packet with a census form or a fax of just the census form.

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