Helen Keller National Center

Perspectives on Mental Health Services for Individuals who are DeafBlind: A Webinar Series

May 3rd-31st, 2023

A man sits outside on a bench using a braille display. A woman sits on the bench next to him while touching hands with a man standing behind the bench.

In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, Helen Keller National Center is pleased to present a webinar series on improving mental health services for individuals who are DeafBlind in May 2023. Register Today! CEU’s Available.

Mental health support is a critical component of healthy living for all people, including individuals who are DeafBlind.

This webinar series explores important topics in addressing mental health and wellness for individuals who are DeafBlind including:

Training Series Details

When: Every Wednesday in May 2023, 6-8PM EST

Who: See session descriptions for further details.

Where: On Zoom. Links shared upon registration.

Cost: $50 per session, includes CEU credits
**Fee waived for individuals who are DeafBlind and their family members. Please contact Ecoley-brody@helenkeller.org


a dark skinned woman typing on a laptop

Access to Mental
Health Settings for
Individuals with
Combined Vision and
Hearing Loss

May 3rd, 2023
Credits: 2.0

Group of people sitting at tables in training room

Considering the DeafBlind Journey: Readiness for Work

May 10th, 2023
Credits: 2.0

A close up of someone's hands touching the keys of a braille display

Learning from the
DeafBlind Person’s
Lived Experience

May 17th, 2023
Credits: 2.0

A man who is wearing a COVID-19 mask is standing at a train station, holding a white cane and sign reading: "I am deaf and low vision. Waiting for blue line." He is also wearing a crossbody and holding his cellphone.

Learning from the
Loved Ones’ Lived

May 24th, 2023
Credits: 2.0

two people touching hands

Intersectionality of
Mental Health and
DeafBlind Interpreting

May 31st, 2023
Credits: 2.0

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