Indiana Deafblind Services Project
Blumberg Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Special Education
Terre Haute Indiana 1 47809-9989
(812) 237 2830
The Indiana Deafblind Services Project is a statewide service committed to providing person centered educational training to individuals who are Deafblind (Birth to 21 years), their families and service providers through activities such as child focused consultations, training, family learning weekends, a parent/professional resource library, and dissemination.
Lisa Poff, Program Coordinator, Lisa.Poff@indstate.edu
- Consultation/Technical Program Assistance
- Offers assistance in the form of information, resources, training and on-site consultation.
- Information and Referral
- Provides information adn referrals for families of children who are deafblind.
- Library Services
- Has over 600 books, videotapes and other items specific to children who have deafblindness and/or other multiple disabilities.