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Discover what we can accomplish together.

At the Helen Keller National Center for DeafBlind Youths and Adults, we are proud to be the leading resource for organizations, corporations and individuals seeking to make a positive impact on the lives of people who are DeafBlind. Together with our partners, we are reaching more people, improving services, advancing accessibility and assistive technology and expanding opportunities for people who are DeafBlind across the United States.

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Partnership Opportunities

See how you can get involved.

We offer a wide range of partnership opportunities to address our mutual interests and goals. Here are a few of the ways we’re making a difference, together.

Corporate Partnerships

Our corporate partners are instrumental in developing accessible technologies and expanding employment opportunities for people who are DeafBlind.

Professionals & Service Organizations

We are committed to developing mutually beneficial partnerships with professionals and organizations working in vocational rehabilitation and related fields.

Our partners are making an impact.



partnered with HKNC this year to explore employment opportunities.


Community Work Providers

offer vocational training opportunities to participants in Sands Point.

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Partnership Spotlight

HKNC DeafBlind National Community of Practice

HKNC coordinates and leads the National Community of Practice (NCOP), a consortium of 67 service agencies that come together to advance the field, share expertise and trends, collaborate on projects, share resources and create best-practice standards with and for DeafBlind individuals.

Browse NCOP Member Agencies by Location

Interested in becoming a NCOP member?