Lafayette Reads Together 2021
- Louisiana Deafblind ProjectThe mission of the Louisiana Deafblind Project for Children & Youth is to provide technical assistance and information dissemination to Louisiana students with combined hearing and vision loss, their families, schools, service providers, school districts, and the Louisiana Department of Education.
- Affiliated Blind of LouisianaOur mission is to teach people who are blind and deaf-blind the skills that lead to independence, employment and community integration. Affiliated Blind of Louisiana is also a consumer organization, which promotes the general welfare of the visually impaired, blind and deaf-blind, educates the public about blindness and informs consumers of services available to them.
- Louisiana School for the DeafAt LSD. . . "Kids Come First." This guides our decision-making process as we deal with the challenges residential schools for the deaf face today. Our teachers, student life staff, maintenance workers, office support staff and management team have adopted and actively promote this approach to providing quality service to our students.
- Louisiana BelievesLouisiana Believes is built on the premise that Louisiana students are just as capable as any students in America, and that those closest to children – parents and teachers – are best positioned to help students achieve those expectations.
- Haben GirmaHaben Girma's official website
- National Federation of the BlindThe National Federation of the Blind knows that blindness is not the characteristic that defines you or your future. Every day we raise the expectations of blind people, because low expectations create obstacles between blind people and our dreams.
- National Center on Deaf-BlindnessOur primary mission is to support state deaf-blind projects as they assist educators, agencies, and organizations to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to help children with deaf-blindness learn, access the general education curriculum, and successfully transition to adult life.
- Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths & Adults (HKNC)Authorized by an Act of Congress in 1967, HKNC is the only organization of its kind—providing training and resources exclusively to people age 16 and over who have combined vision and hearing loss.
- Paths to LiteracyThis website is the result of a joint project between Perkins School for the Blind and Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI). By combining our resources and expertise, we hope to assist educators and families in the quest to provide literacy experiences for children who are blind or visually impaired.
- National Family Association for Deaf-Blind (NFADB)The National Family Association for Deaf-Blind (NFADB) is the largest national nonprofit organization empowering families with individuals who are Deaf-Blind.
- Perkins School for the BlindPerkins School for the Blind has been a leader in the field of blindness education since its founding in 1829 and continues to break new ground with innovative programs and services for students of all abilities. The school’s legacy, combined with new technology and today's best practices, forms the foundation for Perkins eLearning – the most comprehensive, accessible professional development offering available on topics ranging from academic and vocational skills, to compensatory and adaptive skills, and beyond.
- Gallaudet University Regional Center-SouthThe Gallaudet University Regional Center-South (GURC-South), hosted at Austin Community College - Riverside Campus in Austin, Texas, is one of Gallaudet's four regional centers devoted to providing services, programs and resources for deaf and hard of hearing individuals and their communities.
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