Hard of Hearing

Hard of Hearing people have difficulty hearing sound and understanding speech. Phone conversations can be a challenge. Personal conversations can be fraught with misunderstanding. Fortunately, the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing is here to help.

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Hearing Aids

Getting your hearing checked, affording and purchasing hearing aids, as well as selecting the right audiologist or hearing aid dispenser to assist you, is one of the most important decisions you will make regarding your hearing healthcare.  ACDHH has compiled the following resources to help guide you in this process.

Hard of Hearing Services

Our Hard of Hearing Program Manager, Michele Michaels, is hard of hearing and has been working in the hearing loss field since 1993. She travels throughout the State of Arizona providing outreach and education to consumers and professionals.

Hard of Hearing Resources

There are hundreds of resources available to the Hard of Hearing Arizonan.  In this section we have provided some of these resources.  If you cannot find what you need here, please contact us directly for more assistance.  We’re glad to help!

What’s New

What’s New in the Hard of Hearing Community?

Family & Youth Services

Parents and caregivers of hard of hearing children have many questions about what is best for their child.  Our Family and Youth Resources page will address many of these issues. This page will also provide current events and other pertinent information about hard of hearing children.

FAQ

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions related to the hard of hearing person.