Diagnostic Evaluations help guide educational plans for blind students

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Perkins School for the Blind offers diagnostic evaluations for students ages 3-22 who are visually impaired, deafblind, or deaf with other disabilities who are in public, home or private school settings.

These comprehensive evaluations can help guide your child’s educational plan including appropriate curriculum, therapy goals, and IEP needs. You can learn more about the evaluations and comprehensive reports provided by Perkins School for the Blind, as well as contact information, on the Perkins website under the “School” tab.

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