National Hearing Loss Resources

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Virtual Resources

The Division of Rehabilitation Services administers programs that provide services to people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have speech impediments.

Categories: Deaf Resources, DeafBlind Resources, Disability Resources
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A coalition by and for Deaf/Hard of Hearing golfers that services the southeastern portion of the United States (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and…

Categories: Deaf Club, Golfing Events, Sports and Recreation
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IN-PERSON MEETINGS

  • Speaksee (patented) is the first microphone system able to accurately transcribe group conversations.
  • Speaksee shows you in a different color per person what's…
Categories: Assistive Technology Devices
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Virtual
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Categories: Open Captioning for Broadway Plays, ASL Interpreting for Broadway Plays
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Teacher Tools Takeout is a marketplace focused on addressing the needs of children and youth who are deaf and hard of hearing. Takeout provides quality instructional materials and information that can be purchased by…

Categories: ASL Teacher Resources, Parent Resources, Teacher Resources
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The newborn hearing screening program is responsible for assuring all infants born in Tennessee received a hearing screening before discharge or prior to one month of age. The 1-3-6 plan for newborn hearing program…

Categories: Newborn Hearing Screening, Newborn Screening
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Virtual

The CARE Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing hope to families who have children and/or adults with hearing challenges. CARE is also a tool for teaching professionals and pre-professionals about…

Categories: Camps, Family Support, Parent Support, Resources
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Virtual
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The Daily Moth delivers news in video using American Sign Language. The Deaf host, Alex Abenchuchan, covers trending stories and Deaf topics with a twist of humor and Deaf culture.

Categories: Deaf News Online, Deaf News Videos, News in ASL
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Virtual

The Gallaudet Children's Dictionary of American Sign Language presents more than 1,000 ASL sign drawings arranged alphabetically by English terms, plus delightful color…

Categories: ASL, ASL Resources, Parent Resources
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Virtual
Categories: Hearing Clinical Services
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Categories: Preschool Program
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Categories: Resources
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Our Mission
Breaking down communication barriers for people with disabilities. 

What We Do
Established in 2018, Three Monkeys Communication LLC (3MC) is…

Categories: Accessibility, Assistive Technology Training, Consulting, Cultural Diversity Training, Deaf-Owned Business, Mentoring, Presentations
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Virtual
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At Unite for Literacy, we picture a world where all children have access to an abundance of books that celebrate their languages and cultures and cultivate a lifelong love of reading.

Unite for Literacy has…

Categories: Audio Books, Talking Books
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Virtual

Thanks to start-up support from the Maine Dept. of Education, USM has a B.A.-level interpreter training program in ASL/English Interpreting as a concentration within the Linguistics major. Dr. Judy Kegl, a well-known…

Categories: ASL Classes, Interpreter Training Program
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Virtual

USA Deaf Soccer Association’s mission is to empower deaf and hard of hearing female and male soccer players with the opportunity to represent and contribute to the United States of America and the deaf and hard of…

Categories: Adaptive Sports, Sport Teams
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Virtual
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iCanConnect is a national program with local contacts to help people stay connected with friends, family, their community, and the world. iCanConnect provides free equipment and training to people with both…

Categories: DeafBlind Assistive Technology, DeafBlind Equipment Distribution Program
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Virtual

VTRID (Vermont Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf) is a volunteer member organization dedicated to the promotion of the interpreting profession and providing better access to the Vermont Deaf community…

Categories: Affiliate of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID), Interpreter Licensure Information, Interpreter Training/ASL Studies
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Virtual
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We provide Services that allow Users to connect with tutors and instructors, fluent in ASL, who provide live, one-to-one tutoring and learning services. Tutoring is provided for Elementary, Middle, High School, and…

Categories: Deaf Owned Listing, Education, Transition, Tutoring
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Virtual
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"We ensure your content reaches as many people as possible. Whether you’re creating a program, hosting a conference, or planning an event, adding captions and/or audio description provides accessibility and…

Categories: Captioning, Captioning Services, Live Remote Captioning Services
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Virtual

Information on vocational rehabilitation for Deaf/Hard of Hearing individuals in Alaska.

Categories: Employment Assistance, Vocational Rehabilitation, Vocational Rehabilitation Program
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Virtual
Categories: Community, Advocacy
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Virtual

The WDBTAP is an extension of the Wisconsin Educational Services Program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. This organization seeks to improve services and support for children who are deafblind and their families…

Categories: Family Resources, Professional Resources, Resources for Deaf Hard of Hearing and DeafBlind, Transition
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The Wisconsin Association of the Deaf (WAD, established in 1876 in Delavan, WI, is the state's premier civil rights advocacy based organization of, by and for deaf, hard of hearing, and deafblind individuals in the…

Categories: Affiliate of the National Association of the Deaf, Community Resources, Deaf Advocacy, Deaf Resources, Deaf-Blind, Deaf-Blind Advocacy, Education & Advocacy, Individual/Community Advocacy, Legal Advocacy
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Virtual

The Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is a group of nine people who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind and hearing (e.g., parent of a deaf child, teacher of the deaf, interpreter) appointed by the Governor…

Categories: State Council for the Deaf
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Virtual

A statewide project focused on improving substance use disorder (SUD) and mental health (MH) services for people who are Deaf, hard of hearing and Deaf-Blind in Wisconsin has been established. The program grant…

Categories: Mental Health Resources, Substance Use Disorder Resources
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Virtual

Wordly is an all-in-one translation platform - translating speakers into audio and captions for 25+ languages at in-person and virtual meetings and events.

Categories: Captioning Services, Captions
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Virtual

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Categories: Airlines
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Categories: State Councils and Commissions
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Categories: Deafblind Services, ASL Instruction, Tactile Sign Language Instruction, Pre-Symbolic Communication, Braille Instruction, Assistance with Individual Education Program, Transition to Independent Living Program, Group Homes
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Categories: Legal, Government, ADA Compliance
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Categories: Interpreting Services
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Alaska Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf strives to improve the interpreting community by offering numerous training opportunities and in-depth community involvement to better support Alaskan interpreters.…

Categories: Affiliate of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID), Interpreter Licensure Information, Interpreter Training Resources
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Virtual

Overview

  • The Alaska State School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing provides Pre-K through 12th grade educational options for deaf and hard of hearing students that fosters and supports the development of both…
Categories: Education
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Categories: Behavioral Health Therapy, Mental Health
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FIND A PROFESSIONAL

ASHA ProFind is your connection to over 20,000 ASHA-Certified audiologists and speech-language pathologists who have indicated they are accepting referrals.

Categories: Audiologists, Audiology Services
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Virtual
Categories: Deaf-Blind Assistive Technology, Relay Services, Equipment Loan Program
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Categories: Employment Listings
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Categories: Education
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Categories: Health Services, Social Services, Employment Services, Housing Services
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Categories: Independent Living
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Categories: Education
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Categories: ASL Classes ASL Club
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Categories: Employment Training, Work Experience, Independent Living Skills
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E.H. Gentry is a full service vocational and educational rehabilitation program serving adults who are deaf or blind and those with other or multiple accommodation needs. Gentry’s mission is to provide quality…

Categories: ASL Classes, Education, Independent Living Skills, Vocational Rehabilitation, Work Adjustment, Work Experience
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The mission of Helen Keller School is to provide a functional-based instruction to sensory-impaired students with multiple disabilities and/or deaf-blindness using an individual approach to living and work skill…

Categories: Case Management, Education, Family Resources, Independent Living Skills, Transition Services
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Categories: Camps
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