Emergency Medical Equipment Notification Program - Needs Adobe - See Below.
Hearing-Related Emergency Response Kits
Disaster Preparedness Tips for Hard of Hearing People
Disability Preparedness - Hearing & Speech Disabilities
Delaware SNAP Program - Special Needs Alert Program for children ages 0–21 with special health care needs.
Resources for Childrenwww.babyhearing.org
Newborn Screening, Education and Other Resources
Hearing Loss Association ResourcesNew Website Links to Cell Phones and Hearing Aid Compatibility
Fellow advocate Janice Schacter from New York City tells us that both AT & T and Verizon now have websites that include listings and explanation of the M (microphone) and T (telecoil) ratings of cell phones they carry. Source: Coalition on Accessible Technology (COAT).
AT & T - www.wireless.att.com/about/disability-resources/hearing-aid-compatibility.jsp
Verizon - www.wireless.att.com/about/disability-resources/hearing-aid-compatibility.jsp
Motorola - Basic information and FAQs about Motorola M and T ratings and hearing aid compatibility:
For information about the different Motorola models, including M/T ratings:
For basic wireless accessibility: www.motorola.com/accessibility
Groups and Contacts in Delaware
Links to other Delaware Resources
Links to Other General Hearing Loss Resources
Hearing Aid Funding Information for
Low Income Children and Adults -- Fact Sheet #3
Mental Health Services for Deaf People: -- A Resource Directory
Research on Hearing Loss - Gallaudet Research Institute
Newsletter - Gallaudet Research Institute
Articles on Hearing Loss from the Hearing Loss Association National Web Site
General Information about Hearing Loss
Do I Have a Hearing Loss?: A Self-Test.
How Do I Select a Hearing Aid?
How Do I Get Help?
Fact Sheets About Hearing Loss
What is a Cochlear Implant?
Questions About Television Captioning
Hearing Loss: A Challenge Not a Restriction
A Hole in the Weather Warning System
Hearing Aids and Seniors: A Research Report
Funding Resources for Audiology Services and Hearing Aids
ASHA publication PDF - Funding Resources
Facing the Challenge of Hearing Loss
Adjustment to Hearing Loss
Coming to Terms with Your Hearing Loss
Coping with Hearing Loss
Peer Support, Good Communication and Self-Acceptance
Feelings of Low Self-Worth and Anger
The Challenge of Hearing Loss
The Spiritual Component of Coping with Hearing Loss
Refusing to Wear Hearing Aids
People Who Don’t Care
Medicine, Health and Other Issues
What is Auto immune Disease?
Medication and Problems While Flying
Acoustic Neuroma: Diagnosis and Treatment
What is Automatic Speech Recognition?
Workplace and Hearing Loss
Identifying and Resolving Workplace Issues
Receiving Services from Vocational Rehabilitation
Putting Yourself in the Job Picture by Brenda Battat. Read in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format.
Getting the Equipment and Services you Need at Work by Brenda Battat. Read in PDF format.
Getting Promoted on the Job by Brenda Battat. Read in PDF format.
Getting Along with Your Co-Workers by Brenda Battat. Read in PDF format.
Hearing Loss - An Issue of National Health Concern
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