Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
|3417 Volta Place,
Washington, DC 20007
families, health care providers and education professionals understand
childhood hearing loss and the importance of early diagnosis intervention.
Advocacy, education, research and financial aid. Children's
Legal Advocacy (CLA) program provides
legal representation and technical assistance to families of children
who are deaf and hard of hearing seeking early intervention services
and appropriate educational placements. Leadership Enrichment
Adventure Program (LEAP) is a multi-day program designed
for undergraduate and graduate students interested in developing skills
in leadership, teamwork, conflict resolution and problem solving.
Leadership Opportunities for Teens (LOFT) program
is a multi-day program designed for high school students to develop
skills in individual leadership, teamwork, understanding group dynamics
and communication, public speaking, and self advocacy. Parent
Advocacy Training provides information and resources to advocate
for the educational rights of children through negotiation skills
and a foundation in legal information.
|Candace A. McCullough,
and operated psychotherapy and consulting practice staffed by deaf
licensed professional therapists. Provide individual, couples, and
family therapy for deaf people and their families. Please use e-mail
when requesting services. Sliding scale/out-of-pocket fees also offered.
Offices in Bethesda and Frederick.
Sign Language Classes - Montgomery College
be contacted through Video Relay Service (VRS). Call 1-866-327-8877
(V), then ask the operator to connect to 301-243-1954 (V).
|1734 Elton Road,
Silver Spring, MD 20903
in private practice. Offer hearing assessment (Medicare assignment
accepted), hearing aid evaluation and counseling services regarding
assistive listening devices.
Abused Women's Network (DAWN)
|Amy L. Rousseau,
Sasha Ponappa, Advocate Coordinator
5321 First Place, NE
Washington, DC 20011
E-mail: email@example.com (24-Hour
1-866-290-3296 (Toll Free TTY 24- Hour Hotline)
organization that addresses domestic violence, sexual assault and
stalking in the deaf, hard of hearing and deaf-blind community. Appointments
encouraged before coming to the office.
AIDS Project - Family Service Foundation
|5301 76th Avenue
Landover Hills, MD 20784
x 296 (V)
1-866-935-4658 (Toll Free)
Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The project provides
HIV education and functions to bridge the gap between human service
agencies and deaf clients with AIDS-related issues. Services are offered
both on-site at the FSF office and off-site throughout Maryland. Services
include free HIV testing, counseling, referrals, condom distribution,
group presentations, and individual sessions.
1400 East West Highway, Suite 1508
Silver Spring, MD 20910
services for multi-handicap deaf and nondeaf communication training
and video streaming.
health education videos for the deaf and hard of hearing in their
preferred language. Also maintain a database of deaf-friendly doctors.
Hagerstown, MD 21741
Frederick, Allegany, Garrett and Washington Counties. Provide information
and referral on deafness and related issues. Offer sign language classes
and training classes, including TTY's and other specialized equipment,
ADA compliance, deaf awareness, and how to use an interpreter. Group
meetings every 2nd Thursday of the month. Learning aids available
for purchase. Interpreter Referral Service: Interpreters
are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Fees are charged
of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
20010 Century Boulevard, Suite 400
Germantown, MD 20874
Westfield South Office, Suite 408
11002 Veirs Mill Road
Wheaton, MD 20902
programs and services that help people with disabilities go to work
or stay independent in their homes and communities. Also offer specialized
services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing such as audiological
evaluation and assessment, assistive devices, telecommunication devices,
speech and language therapy, and interpreter services.
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version of this document. Alternative formats of this document
are available upon request. To submit an update, please contact:
Clem, Office Services Coordinator or Betsy
Luecking, Disability Policy Specialist
240-777-1246 (V) MD Relay 711