Space Camp & Aviation Challenge For The Blind and Visually Impaired & The Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Our SPACE CAMP and AVIATION CHALLENGE programs specifically designed for blind, visually-impaired, deaf and/or hard-of-hearing attendees have attracted students from across the United States and around the world.
Over the years, we have worked closely with several organizations, including the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind, the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind, and most recently, the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, to develop a meaningful, inspirational experience for these students.
Program highlights may include a presentation by blind and/or deaf NASA professionals on career choices and working in the space industry. Enlarged print, sign language interpreters, attention to mobility hazards and other special considerations are extended to put trainees at ease.
Blind students also benefit from the latest technology in the field, including tactile Braille displays and synthetic speech for computers.
To learn more about the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program, contact Amy Newland at 202.651.5636 (TTY/VP) or 202.651.5031 (voice), or E-mail: Deafspacecamp@aol.com.
Visit the website at: www.spacecamp.com/deaf
For details about SPACE CAMP for Visually Impaired Students (SCI-VIS), contact Dan Oates at (304)822-4883, or E-mail: email@example.com
Visit SCI-VIS web site at the Texas School for the Blind & Visually Impaired at www.tsbvi.edu/space
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