• American Association of the Deaf-Blind provides information nationally and offers a free monthly newsletter.
  • Beyond Blindness in Santa Ana works with children from birth through age 21.
  • California Deaf-Blind Services promotes positive quality of life for individuals from birth through age 21 who have both hearing and vision loss.
  • Helen Keller National Center (HKNC) in San Diego provides consultation and technical assistance to persons with deaf-blindness, their families and to public and private education.
  • iCanConnect advertises and promotes the National Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution Program, and provides technical support and service information to people experiencing combined hearing and vision loss who may be eligible for the program’s services.
  • International Hearing Dog, Inc trains dogs to assist individuals who are deaf blind (in the home only) by training dogs to guide their owners slowly to the source of the sound.
  • National Center on Deaf-Blindness (NCDB) is a federally-funded information clearinghouse that identifies, coordinates, and disseminates information related to children (ages birth to 21 years) who are deaf-blind.