Hearing loss affects approximately 48 million Americans. About 500,000 of them are Wisconsin residents. Hearing loss can be attributed to: genetics, disease, exposure to noise, medications and as a result of the natural aging process. An individual’s right to decide what, if any, treatment works for them is just that, a right. At the Office for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing we provide non-biased information and referral to consumers wishing to know more about hearing loss and its implications. For more information please click here to visit the ODHH Website.

Resources:
Attached Document or FileADRC Introduction in ASL
Attached Document or FileCouncil for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Attached Document or FileFree Visor Cards – Help communicating with Police
Attached Document or FileHearing Aid’s, Cochlear Implants¬†&¬†Hearing¬†Technology
Attached Document or FileODHH Brochure
Attached Document or FileSign Language
Attached Document or FileWisconsin Association of the Deaf
Attached Document or FileTelecommunications Assistance Program (TAP)