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Support Service Provider

Support Service Providers, or SSPs, are trained sighted guides and providers of visual information enabling people who are deaf-blind to do their banking, shopping, essential chores and errands independently.

Deaf-Blind/Support Service Provider (SSP) Curriculum

Support Service Providers for People who are Deaf-Blind

What is an SSP?

An Intro to the Seattle DB Community and the Role of the SSP

Curriculum: Background Information

Deaf-Blind Outreach & Service Learning

Resolution 2013-13 Regarding Support Service Provider Programs for Deaf-Blind People

Support Service Provider Bibliography

Support Service Providers (SSPs) An Introduction

What's My Role? A Comparison of the Responsibilities of Interpreters, Interveners, and Support Service Providers

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