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1/6/2016

Annual Census of Deafblindness in Ohio

 
The Ohio Center for Deafblind Education (OCDBE) is conducting an annual count of children and youth (birth through age 21) with combined hearing-vision loss (deafblindness) or at-risk for deafblindness within the State of Ohio. The results of the count (or census) is used by the federal government of generate funding for each state. OCDBE is Ohio’s federally-funded technical assistance and dissemination project serving children with combined hearing-vision loss, their families, and the district and agency personnel who support them on a statewide basis. To register a child for the online census, to provide an update for a child already registered, or to report no deafblind children in the district, please visit the OCDBE website at http://www.ohiodeafblind.org/. Click on the census tab at the top of the page to complete the census by Feb. 29th. Please review this flyer for additional information. If you have questions or are in need of assistance contact Thomas Lather, Low Incidence Program Administrator, at (614) 785-1163 x 103.


1/6/2016

EMIS Newsflash – January 6, 2016

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1/4/2016

EMIS Newsflash – January 4, 2016

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12/28/2015

EMIS Newsflash – December 28, 2015

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12/24/2015

EMIS Newsflash – December 24, 2015

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