Parents need parents. We build relationships, share experiences, learn from each other, gain confidence, and feel less alone in the journey of having a child with dual sensory impairments, nationally known as deafblindness. The valued support of other families creates a sense of confidence and motivation that can provide an avenue for our children and families to reach their full potential!
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