The Deaf-Blind Census Report is used to verify the number of students with deaf-blindness that are being served by the North Carolina Deaf-Blind Project. This verification enables the State Deaf-Blind Project to provide benefits such as technical assistance, resources and training to families and professionals. Individuals can be added to the census throughout the year.
There is an on-line submission of the census data; instructions required for the report are attached to this email. The survey can be found on the following web page: https://ncdpiecd.inquisiteasp.com/cgi-bin/qwebcorporate.dll?idx=SCWHMQ
Other forms that may be needed are attached and will be submitted via e-mail to Claire Greer.
There are three (2) attachments for this report:
- Deaf-Blind Child Census: Instructions and Definitions. This section provides detailed information on each entry made on the spreadsheet. Please note there are changes for this year. (19 pages)
- Q & A: Answers to Our Most Frequently Asked Questions. Please read this document carefully to assist in the completion of the census. (3 pages)
If you have questions about the Annual Deaf-Blind Census, please contact Claire Greer, Coordinator of the North Carolina Deaf-Blind Project, at 919.807.4036, firstname.lastname@example.org.