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RI Services to Children and Youth with Dual Sensory Impairments (DSI Project)

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Referral to the DSI Project

The first step in getting connected with our project is to refer a child, birth to 22 years of age, to the RI DSI Project. Once a learner meets eligibility requirements, they become eligible for our services. If you know of a child who experiences both vision and hearing loss, we encourage you to contact our Project today.

Through the Rhode Island DSI Project, family members of children with dual sensory impairments, as well as the learner's educational team, can access a variety of services at NO COST. Services could include consultations, trainings, resource sharing and networking with other families. The Rhode Island DSI Project can connect you with other resources within the state and the nation. Our loan library, as a part of the Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities at Rhode Island College has media that can be checked out for free on topics related to deaf-blindness and many other topics. Other special updates can also be shared with families and their school teams.

To be referred to the DSI Project, the following information is needed:
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