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Any parent, family member, service provider, or educator may refer a child who is suspected of having both a vision and hearing impairment to the Project. After the referral is received, project personnel will verify that the child qualifies as deafblind and, if appropriate, add them to the Indiana Census.

 

Print and Mail instead of submitting online

Submit to:
The Indiana DeafBlind Services Project
Bayh College of Education
401 North 7th Street
Terre Haute, IN 47809

In order for a child and his or her family to qualify for our services the child must be between the ages of Birth through 21 years, have a combined vision and hearing loss, and be reported to our Indiana Deaf-Blind Registry. Anyone can report a child to the Indiana Deaf-Blind Services Project by completing the Indiana Deaf-Blind Registry Form online or by sending a printed form to the Indiana Deaf-Blind Services Project, Blumberg Center, College of Education, University Hall 009, 401 North 7th Street, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN 47809.