Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths & Adults

The Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths & Adults (HKNC) offers intensive and comprehensive rehabilitation training to individuals who are deaf-blind. The rehabilitation and personal adjustment training program at HKNC's headquarters in Sands Point provides evaluation and training in communication skills, adaptive technology, orientation and mobility, independent living, work experience, and other support services. Field Services include ten regional offices, and more than forty affiliated programs, a national training team, technical assistance center, older adults program, the National Technical Assistance Consortium for Children and Young Adults, and D-B LINK. The HKNC serves all Americans who are deafblind or have severe vision and hearing impairments.

The regional representatives of the Helen Keller National Center are located in ten offices across the country. The Mid-Atlantic region office’s consumers include individuals who are DeafBlind, their families, and public and private agencies that provide services. The regional representative is responsible for accessing the needs of individuals, communities, and states within his region and developing strategies of collaboration, coordination, and cooperation to help meet those needs. The Regional representative strives to make sure that DeafBlind consumers receive the services and training they need to become as independent and self-sufficient as possible.

141 Middle Neck Road
Sands Point, NY 11050

(516) 944-8637 TTY
(516) 944-8900 Voice
(516) 944-8900, x259 Michael Brennan, Mid-Atlantic Regional
(516) 944-8900, x310 Representative, Kathy Brennan,
Administrative Assistant Mid-Atlantic Regional Office

(516) 944-7302 HKNC
(516) 883-9060 HKNC Mid-Atlantic Regional Office

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Michael Brennan, Mid-Atlantic Regional Representative




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