“It’s just moving the burden from one system to another,” she said.
“You remove those supports and the whole thing comes crashing down. The schools don’t have the capacity or the expertise or the versatility to understand the unique needs of children with either deafness or vision loss or a combination of both.”
Shepard, who heads an Usher syndrome support group, said she had called the department for answers, but was given no reassurance that children affected by the changes would…
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