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Alabama Institute for Deaf & Blind (AIDB) Alabama's most famous citizen, Helen Keller, overcame a dual challenge of deafness and blindness through the strength of her spirit and the skills of her devoted teacher, Annie Sullivan.
Parents of children who are deaf-blind will participate in this project to develop assessment, intervention and transition materials designed by and for family members to evaulate their children, establish intervention priorities and advocate for successful transitions for their children with dual sensory impairments.
The association has a lending library of braille materials, and the AADB Resource Directory for which there is a charge.
They provide information and referrals to other providers and resources.
The Arizona Advisory Council on Deaf-Blindness, established in 1978, continues to advise state agencies and organizations on present topics and actions related to persons with deaf-blindness.
The Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind provides a variety of programs to children and youth from birth through 21 years of age throughout Arizona.