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Vocabulary Word Instruction for Students Who Read Braille

Content type: Journal Article
The association made between the meaning, spelling, and pronunciation of a word has been shown to help children remember the meanings of words. The present study addressed whether the presence of a target word in Braille during instruction facilitated...

Services and Supports, Partnership, and Family Quality of Life

Content type: Journal Article
In this, study, the authors examined the moderating effects of partnership on the relationship between services and supports adequacy and family quality of life (FQOL) for families of children with deaf-blindness ages birth to 21. A social-ecological...

OSEP Listening Session

Content type: Event
DVIDB is hosting a listening session with OSEP on November 2nd, 3 p.m. Eastern. We look forward to hearing from professionals as well as other stakeholders including families; everyone is welcome. More information about the event is at: https:/...
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Deborah D. Hatton Outstanding Dissertation of the Year Award

Content type: Award
Last Updated:  30 August, 2022
The Deborah D. Hatton Outstanding Dissertation of the Year Award is to recognize a DVIDB member who makes a significant contribution to the field through extensive study and research in their summative doctoral dissertation.
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Virginia M. Sowell Student of the Year Award

Content type: Award
Last Updated:  30 August, 2022
The DVIDB Virginia M. Sowell Student of the Year Award recognizes a student who demonstrates a commitment to the education and/or rehabilitation of individuals with visual impairments and deafblindness. The award was named after Dr. Virginia Sowell whose lifetime contributions to the profession impacted the lives of numerous educators and countless children and adults with visual impairments and deafblindness.
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DVIDB Teacher of the Year Award

Content type: Award
Last Updated:  30 August, 2022
The DVIDB Teacher of the Year Award honors a person who is exceptionally dedicated, knowledgeable and a skilled certified Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments or Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist in any state approved or accredited day or specialized school, who serves students who are visually impaired, ages birth through 21, with or without additional disabilities.
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DVIDB Exemplary Advocate Award

Content type: Award
Last Updated:  30 August, 2022
The DVIDB Exemplary Advocate Award is to recognize exemplary leadership and commitment to the field of education and rehabilitation of students with visual impairments and deafblindness.
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