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Intervener Services

The concept of intervener services for individuals who are deaf-blind arose in Canada in the 1970s and has been developing as a practice in the U.S. over ther past several decades. Intervener services are provided by an intervener, typically a paraprofessional, who 1) has received specialized training in deaf-blindness; 2) works one-on-one with an infant, child, or youth who is deaf-blind; and 3) serves as a member of a child's educational team.

A Family's Guide to Interveners.

Are Intervener Services Appropriate for Your Student With Deaf-Blindness?: An IEP Team Discussion Guide

Intervener Services and Interveners in Educational Settings: Definition

Intervener Website - SKI-HI Institute

National Intervener Certification E-Portfolio (NICE)

National Technical Assistance Initiative: Activities Related to Intervener Services

NICE Certification Perspectives

Open Hands, Open Access: Deaf-Blind Intervener Learning Modules

Recommendations for Improving Intervener Services

The Intervener in Early Intervention and Educational Settings for Children and Youth With Deafblindness

Comparison of Possible Supports for Students Who Are DeafBlind

Intervener Services Initiative Data Summaries

Interveners for Students with Deafblindness in Texas

Interveners In the Home and Community: An Under-Recognized Imperative

Supporting Individuals Who Are DeafBlind: Interpreters, Interveners, and Support Service Providers

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