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National Consortium on Deaf-Blindness

January 2009


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National Consortium on Deaf-Blindness

  • Understand the components and services of the national consortium

  • Understand the connections and inter-related links to services and resources for DB students, families, and professionals

  • Understand NCDB’s commitment to a leadership role in DB personnel training

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NCDB Mission

“To collaborate with other projects, organizations and agencies to build the capacity of families, services providers and systems throughout the nation in service of the highest possible quality of life for children and youth who are deaf-blind.”

www.nationaldb.org

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NCDB Objectives

1.Communicate, collaborate and form partnerships

2.Implement an ongoing, multi-level needs assessment

3.Provide national leadership in the implementation of evidence-based practices

4.Implement an array of technical assistance and personnel training

5.Utilize partnerships to build the capacity of youth and families to promote empowerment and self-advocacy

6.Provide national leadership to promote personnel training to address the shortage of leadership and highly qualified personnel

7.Identify, collect, organize and disseminate information related to deaf-blindness

8.Expand the utilization of information resources by developing and disseminating accessible products

9.Implement a comprehensive system of evaluation

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NCDB Model

  • Evolutionary model based on 50 years of DB work

  • Collaborative partnerships and relationships

  • Consistent focus to improve services

  • Out-of-the-box thinking and planning

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Personnel Training

Technical Assistance

DB-LINK Info Services

National Consortium ON

Deaf-Blindness

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NCDB’s Technical Assistance

TA services are delivered through a combination of three types of activities:

  • State specific TA & training

  • Multi-state TA & training

  • National TA & training

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Functions of DB-LINK

  • Identify & organize information

  • Create & manage databases

  • Provide personalized inquiry-response

  • Coordinate dissemination

  • Develop & maintain website and products

  • Serve technical assistance providers

  • Collaborate nationwide

  • Provides largest and only DB clearinghouse in nation

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RSA

Organizations

and agencies

Libraries

State DB projects

Individuals who are deaf-blind

Communities of

practice

Researchers

Legal professionals

Medical professionals

Psychological professionals

Social service programs

SEA/LEA

Voc Rehab

General public

Rehab programs

OSEP TA/D projects

Families/siblings

Educators

Related service

providers

Info centers

Information Services

Technical Assistance

Personnel Training

Information Services and Dissemination

Information Services

Technical Assistance

Personnel Training

Information/Knowledge Management

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Personnel Training

  • Desired Outcome

    • Facilitate development of national personnel training and leadership consortium

  • Partners

    • 14 universities offering some level of training in deaf-blindness to service providers

  • Activity

    • 3 meetings; 4 conference calls; many emails!

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Personnel Training

System Outcomes

  • Development and submission of teacher and intervener competencies to CEC for program accreditation

  • Development and submission of collaborative low incidence personnel preparation grant to increase number of highly qualified teachers

  • Development of research design matrix to categorize research-based and evidence-based practices in the field

  • Development of strong, ongoing collaborative relationships across programs and faculty

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NCDB Personnel Prep Consortium

Work on Deaf Blindness was provided a forum through NCDB to move critical efforts forward.

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NCDB Personnel Prep Consortium

GOAL: Provide leadership in personnel training in the field of deaf-blindness.

1. National personnel training and leadership consortium

2. Personnel training activities

3. Collaboration with Personnel preparation programs

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Planned and Accomplished

Deaf Blind competencies for interveners and teachers submitted to Council for Exceptional Children

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Deaf Blind Research

  • IN PROCESS: Planning, collecting, and organizing research to assess what has been done and what needs to be investigated.

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IN PROCESS Web-Based Repository

  • Video clips

  • Web resource sharing

  • Evidence-based resources

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RESULTS: Helen Keller Fellows Project

  • OSEP Combined Priority for Personnel Preparation Grant

  • Improve the quality and increase the number of personnel in chronic shortage area

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Focus of HK Fellows

  • Increase teacher leadership in deaf blindness

  • Network across the nation

  • Learn from DB experts

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Each Year Each Cohort

  • Participates in webinars

  • Attends DB Topical

  • Attends DB Leadership Seminar

  • Interns with State DB Project

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Outcome of HK Fellows

Through the opportunities to meet, interact, and work with current experts in the field of deaf blindness Four Cohorts will be encouraged and mentored as new DB leaders.

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Importance of this Model

  • May be able to replicate it in other low incidence areas.

  • Demonstrates collaboration across universities and states.

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Boston College

East Carolina U

Hunter College of City U of NY

San Francisco

State U

Texas Tech U

U of New Orleans

Dr. Susan Bruce, 617.552.4180, susan.bruce@bc.edu

Dr. Susan Bashinski, 252.737.1705, bashinskis@ecu.edu

Dr. Roseanne Silberman, 212.772.4740, rsilberm@hunter.cuny.edu

Liz Hartmann, 415.867.8948, lizhartmann@gmail.com

Dr. Roseanna Davidson, 806.742.1997, roseanna.davidson@ttu.edu

Dr. Bill Sharpton, 504.280.1398,wsharpto@uno.edu

University Resources

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U of Alabama – Birmingham

U of Arizona

U of Southern Mississippi

Utah State

U of Utah

Dr. Mary Jean Sanspree, 205.934.6723, sanspree@uab.edu

Dr. Stephanie MacFarland, 520.621.5165, szm@u.arizona.edu

Dr. Linda McDowell, 601.606.8040, linda.mcdowell@usm.edu

Linda Alsop, 435.797.5598, linda.alsop@usu.edu

Dr. Cathy Nelson, 801.585.3260, cathy.nelson@utah.edu

University Resources

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AK-Patrick Pillai, 907.562.7372, ppillai@sesa.org

AL-Mary Jean Sanspree, 205.934.6723, sanspree@uab.edu

AR-Martha Kay Asti, 501.682.4248, martha.asti@arkansas.gov

AZ-Cindi Robinson, 520.770.3861, crobinson@asdb.state.az.us

CA-Maurice Belote, 415.405.7558, mbelote@sfsu.edu

CO-Tanni Anthony, 303.866.6681, Anthony_T@cde.state.co.us

DE-Peggy Lashbrook, 302.454.2305, lashbrookm@christina.k12.de.us

FL-Dr. Regina Bussing, 352.273.7550, rbussing@ufl.edu

GA-Dr. Kathryn Heller, 404.413.8040, kheller@gsu.edu

HI-Jessica Lundblad, 808.222.8466, taule@hawaii.edu

State and Multi-State DB Projects

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IA-Patrick Clancy, 319.472.5221, pclancy@iowa-braille.k12.ia.us

ID- Robin Greenfield, 208.364.4012, rgreen@uidaho.edu

IL-Tina Lechnick, 630.790.2474, PRC@aol.com

IN-Karen Goehl, 812.237.2827, kgoehl@indstate.edu

KS-Diane Haynes, 502.777.6235, diane.haynes@ksb.kyschools.us

LA-Joyce Russo, 225.3423640, Joyce.Russo@la.gov

MA-Tracy Evans Luiselli, 617.972.7517, tracy.luiselli@perkins.org

MD-Dianne Kelly, 301.405.7915, dmkelly@umd.edu

MI-Beth Kennedy, 989. 774.2725, Beth.Kenndy@cmich.edu

MN-Sally Prouty, 612.638.1525, sally.prouty@metroecsu.org

State and Multi-State DB Projects

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MO-Jennie Mascheck, 314.776.4320, jmascheck@msb.k12.mo.us

MS-Dr. Linda McDowell, 601.266.5135, linda.mcdowell@usm.edu

MT-Gail McGregor, 406.243.2348, mcgregor@ruralinstitute.umt.edu

NC-Chris Jones, 919.807.3243, cjones@dpi.state.nc.us

ND-Sherri Nelson, 701.795.2730, shnelson@nd.gov

NE-Teresa Coonts, 402.595.1810, teresa.coonts@nebraska.gov

NJ-Jerry Petroff, 609.771.2998, JerryGP@aol.com

NM-Molly McLaughlin, 505 272.4349, mmclaughlin@salud.unmm.edu

NV-MaryAnn Demchak, 775.784.6471, mad@unr.edu

NY-Sam Morgan, 718.997.4853, samuel.morgan@qc.cuny.edu

OH-Thomas Stephens, 614.785.1163, tstephens@ssco.org

State and Multi-State DB Projects

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OK-Jan Watts, 405.325.0441, jwatts@ou.edu

OR-Lyn Ayer, 503.838.8328, ayerl@wou.edu

PA-Juli Baumgarner, 412.826.2338, jbaumgarner@pattan.net

RI-Susan Dell, 401.456.8557, sdell@ric.edu

SC-Carol Mabry, 803.734.8222, cmabry@scsdb.org

SD-Rose Moehring, 605.357.1437, rose.moehring@usd.edu

TN-Jennifer Vick, 615.936.3329, jennifer.vick@vanderbilt.edu

TX-Cyral Miller, 512.206.9242, cyralmiller@tsbvi.edu

UT-Darla Fowers, 801.629.4730, darlaf@usdb.org

VA- Peggy Sinclair, 804.827.2377, psinclairmor@vcu.edu

VT-Susan Edelman, 802.656.8554, susan.edelman@uvm.edu

WA-Nancy Hatfield, 425.917.7828, nhatfield@psesd.org

State and Multi-State DB Projects

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WI-Marcy Dicker, 262.787.9540, marcy.dicker@wesp-dhh.wi.gov

WV-Annette Carey, 304.558.2696, acarey@access.k12.wv.us

WY-Joanne Whitson, 307.324.5333, jwhits@educ.state.wy.us

PR-Marta Sanabria, 787.753.7981, Sanabria_Ma@de.gobierno.pr

VI-Jill Singer, 340.776.5802, jsinger@usviosep.org

State and Multi-State DB Projects

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Background of NCDB

Combined efforts:

  • The Teaching Research Institute (TRI) at Western Oregon University

  • Helen Keller National Center (HKNC)

  • Hilton-Perkins Program at Perkins School for the Blind

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TRI

  • The Teaching Research Institute has conceived, led, managed and elevated technical assistance, dissemination, symposia and product development activities in the area of deaf blindness for three decades.

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HKNC

  • Helen Keller National Center has provided national leadership in deaf-blindness and services to youth and adults who are deaf-blind since it was established by Congress in 1967.

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TRI and HKNC

Have operated the National Technical Assistance Consortium for Children and Young Adults who Deaf-Blind (NTAC)

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Perkins School for the Blind

  • Perkins School for the Blind has served children who are deaf-blind for more than 150 years and operates the Hilton/Perkins Program, which provides consultation, training and technical assistance related to deaf-blindness throughout the nation and in developing countries.

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TRI, HKNC, Perkins

Have operated the National Information Clearinghouse on Children and Youth who are Deaf-Blind (DB-LINK)

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Informing

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Questions

Further information, please contact:

Dr. Christina Reagle

Teaching Research Institute

503.838.8871

reaglec@wou.edu

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