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Travel With Tonne: Guide Dogs and Mobility
Learn various ways in which Michelle uses a combination of tools and skills to navigate her world safely and effectively. Find out the answers to your questions regarding guide dogs.
Twice Exceptional Students
Explore The Twice Exceptional Student guidance document for students who have been identified as having a disability as well as being gifted from the Ohio Department of Education.
Understanding Hearing Loss
Learn about how hearing loss occurs when any part of the ear, including the outer ear, middle ear and inner ear, hearing nerve, and auditory system is not functioning.
Understanding the Deaf Culture and the Deaf World
Explore some common life experiences that are shared by the Deaf community.
Understanding Vision Loss
Gain a better understanding of the scope of blindness and visual impairment with this overview.
Unlocking the English Code: Literacy for Learners Who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing or Blind/Visually Impaired
Nationally, literacy and prioritizing language and literacy development for all learners has been a focus for many educators.
Vision Screening Recommendations
Check vision screening recommendations, including tests for children ages newborn through 5 years and older from the American Association for Pediatric. Ophthalmology adn Strabismus.
Vision Services Severity Rating Scale (VSSRS)
Use the scale from the Michigan Department of Education- Low Incidence Outreach to determine how often a vision service should be provided to a student.
Visual Impairment Scale of Service Intensity for Texas (VISSIT)
Learn about this guide from Texas School for the Blind desgined to help teachers determine the type and amount of vision services for students.
What is Federal Quota?
Learn more about the Federal Quota Registration of Blind Students in Ohio conducted by the AT&AEM Center at OCALI.
Use this helpful tool from the Ohio Department of Education to make decisions about workloads for service providers.