Resource: Technical assistance.
If qualified to receive the services, they help they may receive work with families and educators to ensure that infants, children and youth to age 21 who are deafblind can reach their full potential. Through training and technical assistance, we help schools improve educational outcomes for students who are deafblind. Through workshops, private consultations, and parent-to-parent support, we help families encourage their child's development.eive could include personalized on-site consultation, in-service trainings, workshops, program development, and family support services. Services may be requested by families of children and youth who are Deaf/Blind, school personnel and agencies providing services to children and youth who are Deaf/Blind.Text at bottom reads “Minnesota State Agencies.” Behind the text is an image of the Minnesota State Capitol. Last Modified: 1/1/0001 Size: 0 Author: Categories: State Agencies and Projects, Tags: Family Resources, Assistive-Adaptive Technology, DeafBlind,