• Missouri 816-561-0304
    Missouri 816-561-0304
  • Kansas 913-871-4188
    Kansas 913-871-4188
  • St. Joseph 816-364-0900
    St. Joseph 816-364-0900

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Deaf / Hard of Hearing

Deaf / Hard of Hearing

  • Resources for families with deaf children.

  • Assistance to Kansans for those with vision and hearing loss for assistive technology.

  • Sign language interpreters serving the Greater Kansas City Area.

  • Deaf and Disability Services
    An array of services and support to the Deaf and those with disabilities. Focusing on full inclusion and designed to enable active engagement in the community.

  • Closed Captioning for Streaming Television

    Options for captioning from various streaming services:

  • Consumer Affairs review of cochlear implants and recommended brands.

  • Kansas state non-profit organization to bring deaf and hard of hearing individuals together to promote greater access into the mainstream of life.

  • A state agency authorized to develop and implement a program of information and referral, advocacy, public education and direct services to assure coordination and availability of services for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.

  • A barrier-free communication environment which fosters early, fluent communication and ongoing fluent communication as a means of broadening horizons and maximizing possibilities.

  • Dedicated to enhancing the quality of life by restoring hearing. We accomplish this by evaluating and treating patients and by our involvement in clinical research projects. Through our work, we relieve the isolation and misunderstanding caused by hearing loss and other ear-related disorders by educating patients, their families, and professionals in the field.

  • In State FY 2022, Missouri Assistive Technology provided 6,729 assistive devices and delivered support services to 19,443 Missourians with disabilities, family members, and professionals.

  • Agency of the state of Missouri to advocate for public policies, regulations, and programs to improve the quality and coordination of existing services for individuals with hearing loss and to promote new services whenever necessary.

  • The Museum of Deaf History, Arts and Culture is a museum dedicated to the unique culture of Deaf and hard of hearing people in the United States. The museum opened in 2001 in Olathe, Kansas, across the street from the Kansas School for the Deaf.