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Elizabeth Bell: NCDB Member Profile

Elizabeth Bell

NCDB : Information Specialist
Perkins School for the Blind
175 North Beacon Street
Watertown, MA 02472

My role centers around providing access to information resources by answering reference questions, selecting and cataloging new items for the NCDB library, locating resources for product development, and helping to maintain the website and Facebook page. I’m also working with two colleagues on developing a technical assistance implementation guide for the state deaf-blind projects, and I provide support to the Literacy, Family Engagement, and Early Identification & Referral initiatives.

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My Contributions (90)

Forum Posts (2)

Join us for our next webinar—a website tour especially for families! in Family Engagement


Children's books on deaf-blindness and disability in Family Engagement

Last post, Oct 9, 2015 by Elizabeth Bell

Wikis (21)

About Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Programs
Target: Part C System
Part C - Resources for Under Referral
EBP - Building Rapport
EBP - Highlighting and Repeating Message
EBP - Preparing Tailored Program Materials
EBP - Follow-Up
Target: Medical Community
Target: Community Programs
Medical Community - Resources for Under Identification
Preparing to Address Challenges in the EHDI System
Community Programs - Resources for Under Identification
Medical Community - Resources for Under Referral
Community Programs - Resources for Under Referral
EHDI System - Resources for Under Identification
EHDI System - Resources for Under Referral
NCDB Intervener Services Initiative Update - February 2015
Research and Effective Practice Supporting Family Engagement Activities
National Family Webinars
Tools for Analyzing Child Count Data
Data System Considerations

Materials (67)

Child Count Letter from FL
Being Born Early May Mean More Than You Think
Do You Know an Infant or Toddler with Vision and Hearing Problems?
The Sooner the Better PPT
2014 EI&R Summit Notes
Role of the Medical Home in Family-Centered Early Intervention Services
The NCHAM eBook Chapter 6: The Etiologies of Childhood Hearing Impairment
2014 Literacy Summit Notes
Screening for Vision and Hearing Concerns in Infants and Toddlers
Indiana Deaf-Blind Registry Referral Form
Which Infants and Toddlers Might Qualify for the Deaf-Blind Child Count?
Who Are Students Who Are Deafblind?
KY Bookmark
Project Reach Brochure
Indiana Deaf-Blind Registry: Frequently Asked Questions
APH Quota and Child Count PowerPoint from MO
Consent for Exchange of Information Form from FL
State of the States Interactive Maps
Request for Technical Assistance Form from FL
Combined Vision and Hearing Loss: What Does It Mean?
What Does Your Child See? What Does Your Child Hear?
Healthy Vision and Early Identification of Concerns
Does This Child See? Does This Child Hear?
Risk List for Combined Vision and Hearing Loss in Infants and Toddlers: ICD-10 Codes
2014 Transition Summit Notes
2014 Family Engagement Summit Notes
OSEP Letter of Support for Collaboration encouragement of collaboration between Parent Centers and State/Multi-State Deaf-Blind Projects.
Oklahoma Deaf-Blind Technical Assistance Project Brochure
Being Born Early Could Mean More Than You Think (from South Dakota)
Early Identification Training from WA
Deaf-Blind Basic Essentials
Project Reach Services: How We Fit in Early Intervention
Identifying Infants and Toddlers with Combined Vision and Hearing Loss
Communication Portfolios Handout
Parent Letter from Georgia
2015 Transition Summit Notes
2015 EI&R Summit Notes
2015 Child Count Summit Notes
2015 Intervener Services Summit Notes
2015 Draft EI&R Action Plan
2015 Draft Child Count Action Plan
2015 Transition Action Plan
Work Groups
Fact Sheet: Colorado Services for Children and Youth with Combined Vision and Hearing Loss (Deafblindness)
Combined Vision and Hearing Loss May Mean More Than You Think! [English & Spanish]
Risk Factors for Combined Vision and Hearing Loss
Partnership Announcement from WA
Integrating Evidence-Based Practices into Early Identification and Referral Action Plan
Parent Referral Information Form from MO
Deaf-Blind Census Reporting Form for HIPAA-covered Entities (from FL)
Risk List for Combined Vision and Hearing Loss in Infants and Toddlers: ICD-9 Codes
Early Identification of Hearing and Vision Loss is Critical to a Child's Development
A Tool for Identifying Vision and Hearing Loss in Children with Multiple Disabilities
Etiologies Related to Deaf-Blindness
Etiologies and Characteristics of Deaf-Blindness
The Importance of Screening for Vision Problems in Children with Hearing Impairments
Kentucky Part C Established Risk List
A Rising Tide Lifts All Ships: How Children with Deaf-Blindness Benefit from Collaborative Efforts Between State Projects and EHDI Programs
Vermont Sensory Access Project Eligibility Form
Overview of Deaf-Blindness PowerPoint (from Georgia)
2014 Intervener Services Summit Notes
2015 Literacy Action Plan
2015 Literacy Summit Notes
Building Family-to-Family Communities (F2FC) Pilot Summary
Building Family-to-Family Communities (F2FC) Pilot Notes
Health Information Form for Children with ONH
National Survey of Families of Children Who Are Deaf-Blind

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