Montana State Legislature
Agency: Montana School of the Deaf & Blind
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The Montana School for the Deaf & the Blind (MSDB) provides comprehensive educational opportunities for Montana’s students who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, visually impaired, and deafblind, giving them their best chance for independence and success. Children and youth from preschool through high school can attend MSDB as residential or day students on the Great Falls campus, where specialized instruction is combined with opportunities to attend classes in the public schools. MSDB also serves as a statewide resource center for families, school districts, and professionals serving students who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, visually impaired, and deafblind. Our team of outreach consultants serves hundreds of students and families in communities across Montana and MSDB offers additional outreach programs on campus.
MSDB provides to deaf children and blind children in the state of Montana, a quality comprehensive education that will impact the opportunities to enable them to achieve their greatest potential of independence and success; and to serve as a resource center providing information, consultation, technical assistance, and leadership to (1) parents of deaf and/or blind children not yet enrolled in an educational program, (2) public schools in the state having deaf and/or blind children enrolled, and (3) organizations and individuals concerned with the provision of services to these children.
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