Relaying Self-Sufficiency




Support Service Provider

(SSP)


Introduction

Support Service Providers (SSPs) are specially trained professionals who enable people who have combined vision and hearing losses to access their environments and make informed decisions. SSPs provide them with visual and environmental information, sighted guide services, and communication accessibility.


  • Eugene Bourquin
  • Mark Gasaway
  • Beth Jordan
  • Randall Pope
  • Nancy Rosensweig
  • Elizabeth Spiers
  • Modified on November 2006

    For more information about the SSPs' purpose, roles and responsibilities, you can check out the following pages:

    Meeting the Critical Need
    Definitions and History
    Historical Perspective
    Roles and Responsibilities
    Developing SSP Resources
    Conclusions
    Biblography
    Appendices/Credits


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