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Partnering in education and accessibility for all students!

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Welcome! Sonja Biggs Educational Services, Inc. provides Educational Agencies quality direct and consultation services in working with children with visual impairments and children with visual impairments and other disabilities. We contract with schools to provide TVI's, Orientation & Mobility Specialists, Interveners, and Paraeducators who know braille. Sonja and her team will also give workshops, professional development, teacher training, and mentoring, as well as consult services for individual assessments. Our company provides adapted materials and technology rental to districts who need those services. Sonja has her certifications in both Washington and California in the United States.

Vision Services

Our company provides to Educational Agencies vision services including braille, assistive technology, independent living skills, consultation on curriculum, LP & braille production, and individual independent assessments. We also provide Interveners and VI Paraprofessionals.

Young blind boy wearing glasses and a blue sweatshirt reading braille at a table with a loaded braille writer next to him.
Middle school blind boy wearing a black T-shirt and white head gear on top of his opponent with a big smile in a wrestling match.

Orientation & Mobility Services

We provide to Educational Agencies orientation & mobility services and consultation on creating environments and opportunities for independence and inclusion of blind students in every day activities, sports, and theater, as well as individual assessments.

Intervener Services

Our Interveners work with children who are both deaf and blind. Interveners are a bridge for the student from the sighted and hearing world to their world.

Two sets of hands. One is communicating with the other using haptic sign.