The Wisconsin Deafblind Technical Assistance Project (WDBTAP) is the state’s federally-funded technical assistance and dissemination project. WDBTAP is a resource to families, agencies, and schools supporting infants, children and youth ages birth to 21 with combined vision and hearing loss.
The Wisconsin Deafblind Technical Assistance Project Child Count is updated yearly to provide information about the students identified as deafblind through WDBTAP.
Information and Resources for Service Providers
Information and Resources for Families
The Wisconsin Deafblind Technical Assistance Project offers activities, resources and supports for children who are deafblind and their families. These include family events, learning opportunities including scholarships for conferences, Facebook Communities, Deaf Mentors, Parent Mentors and more.