Legal Rights Resource Guide by State

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects the rights of deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals in the workplace as well in general public settings nationally. However, if a deaf person experiences situations where they simply need support, they’ll often need to lean on local advocates. Facilitating interpreter services, educating, and helping people get the technology they need is often done by the departments and commissions relating to hearing loss and disability within state governments. Use our list of state resources for hearing loss to get the local help you need.

Local Government Hearing Loss Resources by State

These state resources can help you get in touch with local administrators and counselors. Contact them today, or continue to learn more about hearing loss.

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