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Assessment and Intervention:  Case Studies in Deafblindness

An Online Web Course


The Project for New Mexico Children and Youth who are Deaf-blind is pleased to AnnounceAssessment & interventions: Case Studies in Deaf-blindness, an online web course. The course utilizes the DISCUSS model developed at the Health Science Center, School of Medicine, Center for Development & Disability. This course is designed for families, service providers, and educators working with children and youth who are deaf-blind. The course will be taught through Case Tutorials in a Problem Based Learning approach. The case tutorials will reflect real life issues that are of concern to families and service providers of children who are deaf-blind. Through these cases, participants will meet online to discuss the delivery of appropriate services, alternate assessments, inclusion of students in natural settings, positive behavior supports and transition issues.

This course was created for professional development by the Project for New Mexico children and Youth who are Deaf-blind, Center for Development and Disability. Funding was provided by the U.S. Department of Education, the New Mexico State Department of Education Special Education Unit and the New Mexico State Department of Health.

The course is offered periodically pending student enrollment.

FEE: The course is free to NM residents. There is a $100.00 course fee to take the class for out of state participants.

A Certificate of Completion will be provided to all participants who complete the course.

To Register Online:


Call Toll Free at (877) 614-4051

Project for NM Children and Youth Who are Deaf-blind
Center for Development and Disability

2300 Menaul NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(877) 614-4051 (Toll Free)
(505) 272-0321 (V/TTY)
(505) 272- 5280 (Fax)

Center for Development and Disability
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The Center 
for Development
and Disability

Which is a part of:
UNM School of Medicine Health Sciences Center

Supported by:
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U.S. Office of Special Education Programs
Funded by:
U.S. Office of 
Special Education

NM Department of Health

State of New Mexico Department of Education
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