Mississippi Hearing-Vision Project (MH-VP)

Mississippi Hearing-Vision Project (MH-VP) staff are available to support you, your staff and families of children and youth (birth – 21 years) who have BOTH a hearing impairment AND a visual impairment. We are grant funded through the U. S. Office of Special Education and located at The University of Southern Mississippi.

  • FREE technical assistance regarding instructional strategies, resources, and professional development for how to best provide ACCESS to the curriculum when both primary senses are impaired.
  • Who gets service? All teachers and administrators who provide general and special education, early intervention instruction, and families.
  • Need more info? See the attached Project Brochure.
  • Get Started with your FREE Technical Assistance… Use the attached Initial Referral Form.

MH-VP will host the following 1 hour presentations: (attached FLYERS):

Nov. 2: 4PM – 5PM: 

Lynn Dunn, NRSC,  will “Zoom” present on IXL – Math and ELA (see attached flyer) for those wishing to obtain a FREE subscription for your students who are HI or are deaf. IXL is an educational virtual curriculum platform for K-12, which is fully aligned to MS College and Career Readiness Standards for Math!

Lynn said, “IXL is an especially useful instructional tool during this time of virtual/hybrid instruction. It is the only ‘Deaf Friendly’ software I have found that Deaf students can do independently.

REGISTRATION is REQUIRED to obtain your FREE subscription: https://tinyurl.com/nrscevents

Nov. 3: 3PM – 4PM: Jim Franklin, a Georgia Special Education Teacher,  will “Zoom” present on Slide-A-Round Math Manipulatives – good for VI and all others!! See attached Flyer for more information.

 Register to participate: Slide-A-Round Math 11.3.2020