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Communication and technology survey

Project Reach needs your opinion to set priorities for communication systems and technology for the upcoming years. Could you please take this two minute survey?

Fall 2022!

Project Reach's 10/1/2022 Bushels of Fun event provided an opportunity for families to connect with other families of children with combined vision/hearing loss. Families learned some ASL signs with a DeafBlind mentor, enjoyed seasonal treats, a straw maze, a farm petting zoo, crafts, and fall photo fun, plus they had plenty of opportunities to practice new ASL signs with friends!


Moving Forward

Beginning May 1, 2020 Project Reach will be posting Illinois specific information below. Previously posted information regarding initial COVID 19 posts, posts from March 2020 and from April 2020 have been archived and can be accessed by clicking these links: COVID 19 link, March 2020 link, April 2020 link. More resources regarding distance learning for students who are DeafBlind can be found at the National Center on Deaf-Blindness (NCDB) Distance Learning for Proficient Communicators page. There is a special section of resources for families related to COVID 19 in the NCDB Key Topics for Families page.

Illinois specific information is below for SCHOOL PERSONNEL and FAMILIES:

Families

FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITIES:

Support for Food for Children: Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) SNAP Benefits

Please take us up on our invitation to call 630-790-2474 or email Michelle Clyne.