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The Cooperative Services Program provides teachers of the sensory impaired and special materials to member school districts.Cooperative services have been developed in three regions of the state.The association has a lending library of braille materials, and the AADB Resource Directory for which there is a charge.They provide information and referrals to other providers and resources.They are: Home: Bringing It All Back Home: Family-driven assessment and intervention for Children Who Are Deaf-Blind.Parents of children who are deaf-blind will participate in this project to develop assessment, intervention and transition materials designed by and for family members to evaulate their children, establish intervention priorities and advocate for successful transitions for their children with dual sensory impairments.In 1955, we became one of only four programs for deaf-blind students in the country.Students from all over the Southeast come to the program, renamed the Helen Keller School in 1980.
Students are enrolled when it is determined that an appropriate educational program cannot be provided by the local school district or county educational agency and CSB is identified as the most appropriate placement by the CSB IEP team.
These services include the School for the Deaf; the School for the Blind; the Phoenix Day School for the Deaf; the Regional Services Program; the Cooperative Services Program; and the Arizona Diagnostic Testing and Education Center (ADTEC).
ADIEC offers appropriate sensory, communication and psychoeducational testing to children and youth between the ages of 5 to 21 years.
The purpose of the project is that all children who are deaf-blind be identified statewide, and families be empowered to advocate for their children in their home and natural communities.
The project has four operant goals: (a) Identify children who are deaf-blind through outreach, project visibility, coordinating identification efforts with other state child find efforts, and assisting families and service providers with validation of sensory loss; (b) deliver technical assistance to families; (c) Deliver technical assistance to service providers in the areas of parent education, transition, transdisciplinary assessments, teacher competencies and current best practices being the focus; and (d) Enhance community oversight and coordinate and collaborate with state and national organizations.
The Regional Services Program provides outreach services to families of children from the ages of birth to 5 years, and preschool services to children between the ages of two to five years.