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Training & Assistance
The Maryland School for the Blind’s Statewide Services program offers expertise and specialized skills to Maryland students from ages 3-21. The school’s staff helps individual students with visual impairments and multiple disabilities that are enrolled in both public and private schools. These statewide services promote student success within local school systems.
-Diagnostic evaluations are customized to the individual student’s needs. These can provide a better understanding of a student's functioning in order to design and implement an effective educational program.
Training on a variety of issues related to visual impairment for students, families and local school staff.
Student-specific consultations provide recommendations that can promote students’ instructional programs in their local schools.
Functional low vision evaluations are available through MSB’s monthly low vision clinics or through observation and assessment of students in their local school/home settings.
Referrals to the statewide Instructional Resource Center (IRC), which provides services, related to the provision of adapted instructional materials for visually impaired students.
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For more information about Statewide Services contact:
Ruth Ann Hynson, Director of Statewide Outreach Services
410.444.5000 ext. 1726 firstname.lastname@example.org
Joyce Burwell, Director of Instructional Resource Center
410-444-5000 ext. 1397 email@example.com