On-Campus Services Overview
At HKNC, you’ll be part of a true adult learning community. Your program will be tailored to your individual needs, and everything you learn will have practical, real world applications.
You’ll work closely with a team of experts to identify your strengths and weaknesses, set goals for yourself and make a plan to achieve them.
Our residential program will enable you to immerse yourself in your training. Living on campus at our headquarters in Sands Point, New York, you’ll develop invaluable skills and strategies that will help you in every area of your daily life—from managing your home and communicating with loved ones to traveling safely and succeeding on the job.
For an ASL description of HKNC's Comprehensive Vocational Rehabilitation Program, please click here: Comprehensive Vocational Rehabilitation Program
If you’re looking for training and resources closer to home, explore Off-Campus Services.
Your program will include evaluation and training in five core areas to provide you with the skills necessary for a full and independent life.
As an on-campus student, you’ll have access to everything you need to succeed in your training and feel safe and comfortable during your time at HKNC. Services are delivered by professionals who understand the unique needs of people with combined vision and hearing loss.
Created for people in specific age groups or with common interests, these short-term programs give you the chance to expand your awareness and build your skills while spending time with—and learning from—your peers.
- Youth Programs
For young adults with combined vision and hearing loss (ages 16-23)
- Confident Living Program
For senior citizens with combined vision and hearing loss (age 55+)
- Professional Learning Leadership Institute
For deaf-blind individuals interested in pursuing a career in the rehabilitation field
- Deaf-Blind Immersion Experience
For people who are deaf-blind and have intellectual disabilities and the staff who support them
- Services for Individuals who are Deaf-Blind With Additional Disabilities