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NOTE: Some documents are in PDF format, which require Adobe Acrobat to read. CLICK HERE to download this free software.
HKNC's field services offices are a terrific source of information. If you don't see a resource here, feel free to contact your regional representative or the Senior Adult Specialist.
Limited copies of the following materials are available upon request:
1. HKNC's e-Newsletter "CONNECT"
CLICK HERE to read the current and past issues of CONNECT!
CLICK HERE to SUBSCRIBE to CONNECT!
2. HKNC "Programs & Services" brochure
This brochure includes a brief description of our training program, support services, field services and grant projects.
CLICK HERE for PDF format of PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
CLICK HERE for text version of PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Print, large print or braille available upon request.
3. "Guidelines For Interacting With People Who Are Deaf-Blind" brochure
This brochure includes basic suggestions for interacting with a person who is deaf-blind, how to use "Print-on-Palm," and a diagram of the one-hand manual alphabet.
CLICK HERE for text version of GUIDELINES
CLICK HERE for GUIDELINES in PDF format
Print, large print or braille available
4. A Guide for Students Who Are Deaf-Blind Considering College UPDATED! JULY 2011
This book is no longer available in print. You may download it below in PDF or text format.
5. HKNC Volunteer brochure
This tri-fold brochure describes the volunteer program at HKNC headquarters in Sands Point, NY.
CLICK HERE to see a PDF version of the volunteer brochure.
6. BOOK - "Understanding Usher Syndrome: An Introduction for School Counselors"
This 144-page soft cover book in regular print provides information and resources regarding Usher syndrome for counselors and educators serving school-age students.
CLICK HERE for more information about this book.
Purchase price: $15, includes shipping and handling in the US. Extra charge may apply for international shipping.
7. MONOGRAPH - "Touch of Home - Road to Realizing a Vision"
This publication describes a model for the development of a beautiful and supportive housing and vocational program for those who are deaf-blind with additional challenges.
For more information about this publication, CLICK HERE.
The document can also downloaded by clicking the links below:
Phone: 516-944-8900 ext 253 (Voice/TTY)
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Updates: last modified 09/26/2012