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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:

Other forms that may be needed are attached and will be submitted via e-mail to DorothySnyder.

There are three (3) attachments for this report:

  1. 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)
  2. No Students to Report. Submit to
  3. 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 Dorothy Snyder, Coordinator of the North Carolina Deaf-Blind Project, at 919.807.3987, DorothySnyder.

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