Being a parent is a tough job and can be difficult just for able-bodied people, but even more when you have challenges like Deafblindness. I can't give a perfect checklist of what a Deafblind Parent needs because this is as varied as Deafblindness itself. There's parents that can hear the baby crying & talking, there's others with usable vision that can interact that way, then there's oral vs. signing, and on and on.
So I'm going to go with my experiences:
So if you have other suggestions, or questions, feel free to comment!
"One finds limits by pushing them" ~ Herbert Simon
Under My Fingertips
I have been Deaf & legally Blind since birth. I've been married to my hearing Husband for 15 years and we have 2 hearing children, a boy 14, and a girl 12.