Dr. Sandra Warren
107A Rivers Building
Do you want to be more effective in teaching children and adolescents with deafblindness?
The Teacher Support Program at East Carolina University offers services to families, teachers, administrators, and other professionals working with eastern North Carolina students with deafblindness. First-year teachers, lateral-entry teachers, veteran teachers, certified or noncertified teachers, related service specialists, special educators, traditional classroom teachers, paraprofessionals, support personnel and administrators, families and physicians are invited to contact the program for services and assistance.
The ECU Teacher Support Program for Students with deafblindness provides technical assistance and support to include the following services:
The program also provides professional development on topics driven by identified regional needs. These can include:
The AT Center offers a variety of services and resources that are useful for teachers serving students with deafblindness. One of their many services includes technology loans so you can determine if a device or software might be useful for your student. The resources are extensive, ranging from vibrating and other sensory stimulation objects to kits such as the APH Lightbox, to various communication devices, to literacy software, among other things. In the AT center you can also explore access software such as JAWS and other resources to increase your student's ability to use the computer. Directions, contact information and other information is available on the AT Center website.
Please go to
http://www.perkins.org/resources/webcasts/ to see excellent webcasts on
CHARGE Syndrome, Communication Portfolio, and
Early Literacy. These webcasts are captioned and include descriptive video.