Minnesota DeafBlind Project

Vision Loss Services

Provides direct support services to blind or deaf-blind people to help them live as independently as possible


Blind or visually impaired support services involve direct support to people who are blind, deaf-blind, or those with low vision. Program focuses on teaching Independent Living Skills (ILS) to people with a visual impairment.

Additional Information

Serves families, education teams and service providers of children and youth who have combined hearing and vision loss, with or without additional disabilities, from birth - age 21.

Project staff are available for on-site visits to homes or schools to provide technical assistance as needed. This may include consultation with parents, teachers, related staff members, and school administrators.

Help may include:

  • Personalized on-site consultation
  • In service training workshops
  • Program development
  • Family support services
  • Get connected with other families


  • Client Conveniences
    • Assistance with community resources
  • Payment
    • Free / no cost to everyone
  • Specialization
    • Blind or visually impaired
    • Children and/or youth with disabilities
    • Deaf or hard-of-hearing
    • Developmental disabilities
    • Family


Children from birth - age 21 who have (or are suspected of having) disabilities that affect both vision and hearing of any degree

Application Instructions

Services may be requested by families of children and youth who are DeafBlind, school personnel, and agencies providing services to children and youth who are DeafBlind.


2 Pine Tree Dr, Ste 101, Arden Hills, MN, 55112

Area Served


Phone Numbers

  • Primary Contact for this program: 612-638-1531
  • Toll Free: 800-848-4905




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