Ask Abbey: Developing Literacy Skills for Learners Who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Learn easy-to-use strategies to increase auditory skills, visual language skills, and reading and writing print for learners who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Introduction to Hearing & Vision Screenings A FREE Webinar Series
Join the Outreach Center for Deafness and Blindness at OCALI for two free webinar opportunities.
Learning Media Assessment: An Introduction
This introductory, one-hour webinar is designed to teach the basics of a learning media assessment, why it matters, the process, and resources to support teachers of students with visual impairments (TVIs), families, administrators, related service providers, and general educators.
MedEd Connections Resource Guide: Deaf and Hard of Hearing (D/HH)
This guide is designed to support families and their children of all ages, at any point in their life journey.
Outreach Telepsychology Webinars
To help school psychologists and district and building leaders build comfort and confidence in virtually assessing all learners, particularly those who are D/HH and B/VI, OCALI is pleased to offer a free, two-part webinar series.
Resources for Learning Sign Language
Discover and develop sign language skills with these online resources for families and professionals.
Presenting Free, Online Training with Continuing Education Credit
In partnership with the Ohio Department of Education, the Outreach Center for Deafness and Blindness presents a free, online module, Promoting Access for People Who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Blind, or Visually Impaired.
This training offers 2.5 hours of continuing education credit and will get you started with tools and strategies for communicating and connecting with people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, or visually impaired.
The Center works to bring together the organizations, agencies, and individuals who support learners who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, or visually impaired and their families. We are facilitating conversations and promoting collaborations in new ways to identify, enhance, and develop resources. Our goal is to ensure communities build capacity to provide effective tools to support learners who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, or visually impaired live their best lives for their whole lives.