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.

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)