Many states have a state family group for families with an individual who is deaf-blind. These groups typically provide information and support to families within that state.
Check with your state deaf-blind project below to find out if your state has a parent group.
Five of these state family groups are also NFADB State Affiliates.
State Deaf-Blind Projects
Each state has a federally-funded State Deaf-Blind project to help families and educators to provide services for children (0-21) who are deaf-blind. The National Center on Deaf-Blindness is a great resource for connecting with your state project.