Deaf and Hard of Hearing

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Organization dedicated to helping those with tinnitus and hearing loss find medical assistance, as well as information about the disorder, and therapy.

(800) 634-8978 (Toll Free)
8300 Boone Blvd.
Suite 500
Vienna, VA 22182

Offers a wide variety of services and resources including telecommunications equipment, relay services, interpreters and family resources for the deaf, hard of hearing and deafblind community.

(877) 787-1989 (Toll Free)
(800) 676-3777 (TYY)
100 N. 15th Ave.
Suite 104
Phoenix, AZ 85007

Access relay services for the deaf and hard of hearing by dialing 711 from any telephone.

Provides assistive telecommunications devices including telephones, speech devices, and signaling devices for individuals with full or partial hearing loss, or who are speech impaired regardless of income.

(602) 542-3365
(602) 761-9541 (Video Phone)
1 (866) 233-3412
Fax: (602) 542-3488

Community of deaf and hard of hearing senior citizens focused on advocacy, networking and providing resources around the country.

9314 Forest Hills Blvd.
Wellington, FL 33411

Funds research to improve technology for the deaf and hard of hearing as well as for those with chronic dizziness related to hearing loss.

(212) 257-6140
(888) 435-6104 (TYY)
Po Box 1397
New York, NY 10018

Offers information on a variety of hearing loss conditions, as well as a network of physicians specializing in hearing loss and hearing loss rehabilitation. Also offers assistance in obtaining assistive technology for hearing loss.

(301) 657-2248
6116 Executive Blvd.
Suite 320
Rockville, MD 20852

Organization dedicated to improving the lives of children who are deafblind and their families through education and support.

(516) 366-0047

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