GSAP provides technical assistance to school personnel, service personnel, and families who have children and youth with deaf-blindness from birth through 21 years of age. Technical assistance may include: in-home consultation, school consultation, family support, networking, demonstration site development, in-services, weekend retreats, summer institutes, material and monograph development, statewide advisory program, referrals to other agencies, and resources. Services may be requested by families of children and youth with deaf-blindness, school personnel, and agencies providing services to children and youth with deaf-blindness.
Families and/or school teams can invite GSAP to participate in IEP meetings. Please read GSAP’s IEP Policy for more information.
To request Technical Assistance from GSAP:
- Read Frequently asked questions about Technical Assistance to understand the TA process
- Complete the online form below
- Print this release form, ask the parent/guardian to sign it, and return it to GSAP GSAP Parent Release Form
- GSAP staff will contact you soon
If you have any questions about Technical Assistance or about completing these forms, contact Christine Spratling (706) 346-0417