What NFADB Believes
NFADB believes that individuals who are deaf-blind are valued members of their communities and should have the same opportunities and choices as others in the community.
Supporting families to ADVOCATE for services
Helping families CONNECT for support
Providing information and training to TEACH families and professionals
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It is with great sorrow that we share the news that our dear friend and Special Advisor of NFADB, Steve Perreault, passed away. Steve was instrumental in the development of NFADB and a longtime supporter of families with individuals who are deaf-blind. Steve was a kind, caring friend to all and will be dearly missed by our deaf-blind community.
In his honor, NFADB is proud to announce
Meet Our Families
Read stories from our community and learn more about our family association.
The National Family Association for Deaf-Blind (NFADB) is pleased to spotlight Lisa Lopatofsky and family
Find out about specialized resources for Deaf-Blindness in your state.