National Child Count

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National Child Count

Each year in December, state projects serving children who are deaf-blind report on children identified in their state. The count serves as the common vehicle to meet federal grant requirements for both the state/multi-state and national technical assistance projects. It also serves as a common data collection and reporting mechanism for use across the country. This group serves as the nexus for state project activities related to the child count, its purpose, focus and discussions.

Conducting Your Annual Child Count


Catch up with recent information about the 2014 report in this forum post by Mark Schalock.

Below are the things you need for conducting and submitting your states annual child count. 

Watch this presentation on quick tips and instruction.

You can download this presentation by clicking here. 

Tools You Can Use

Instructions and Forms 

Confidentiality Materials

FileMaker Pro and Other Data Collection Tools

October 2015 National Webinar on the Child Count 



2014 Annual Child Count Report

National Child Count Annual Reports 2004-2014 


The National Deaf-Blind Child Count:1998-2005 Review

The National Deaf-Blind Child Count: 2007-2014 Review (Coming December, 2015)

Data Display and Analysis Tools

National Child Count Interactive Maps  (Updated 2014!)  

Use the Forums to ask questions or share strategies with other project staff

For specific questions about the Child Count, or for specific analyses, contact:
Mark Schalock
Data and Evaluation Coordinator
(503) 838-8777

NCDB : The Teaching Research Institute : Western Oregon University : 345 N. Monmouth Ave. : Monmouth, OR 97361
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