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RESOURCES

BOOKS

Alexander Graham Bell
(202)337-8767

Cochlear Corporation
(303)790-9010 Gallaudet University Bookstore
(202)651-5380 Harris Communication
(800)825-6758 John Tracy Clinic
(800)522-4582 VIDEOTAPES

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf
(202)337-5220

Boys Town Press
(800)282-6657 HOPE, Inc.
(801)752-9533 KERA-TV
(800)368-5372 Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
(800)336-1917 AUDIOTAPES

Auditec of St. Louis
(314)781-8890

Phonic Ear
(800)227-0735 RESOURCE AGENCIES

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf
3417 Volta Place NW
Washington, DC 20007
(202)337-5220 voice/TDD
This organization provides information, research, and advocacy for the use of residual hearing and oral speech by all people who are hearing-impaired. Particular emphasis is on the early training and education of children who are hearing-impaired and their families. Call or write for a free brochure.*

American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association
P.O. Box 251554
Little Rock, AR 72225
(501)868-4444
This organization promotes research and development of high quality rehabilitation services for the deaf and provides information to the public on deafness issues.*

AT&T Accessible Communication Products Center (ACPC)
14250 Clayton Road
Town & Country, MO 63017
(800)222-3111
This branch of AT&T specializes in telephone devices for the hearing- impaired.

Auditory-Verbal International, Inc.
2121 Eisenhower Avenue
Suite 402
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703)739-1049 voice, (703)739-0874 TDD
This organization provides information on developing the potential for speech and language in children who are hearing-impaired through optimal use of residual hearing.*

Better Hearing Institute (BHI)
5021-B Backlick Rd.
Annandale, VA 22003
(800)EAR WELL
(703)642-0580 voice
This organization provides education and literature on all aspects of hearing loss and related topics.

Central Institute for the Deaf (CID)
818 South Euclid
St. Louis, MO 63132
(314)652-3200 voice/TDD
This organization specializes in the oral method of educating hearing- impaired individuals.

Cochlear Implant Association Inc.(CIAI)
5335 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Suite 440
Washington, D.C. 20015-2052
(202) 895-2781
This organization provides information on experiences of users of cochlear implants, research, insurance reimbursement, and advocacy/support networks.*

Cochlear Implant Information Center
61 Inverness Drive East
Suite 200
Englewood, CO 80112
(800)458-4999
This organization provides information on cochlear implants.*

DEAFPRIDE
1350 Potomac Ave., SE
Washington, DC 20003
(202)675-6700 voice/TDD
This organization provides advocacy for the rights of Deaf people and their families.

Educational Audiology Association
4319 Ehrlich Road
Tampa, FL 33624
(800)460-7322
This professional organization supports educational services to students with hearing losses and auditory processing disorders.

Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002-3695
(800)451-1073 voice/TDD, (202)651-5489 FAX
This is a university for the deaf and hard-of-hearing, located in Washington, DC. It specializes in all areas related to hearing loss (legal, educational, communication, etc.). Call and ask the bookstore to send you a free catalog.

The Geoffrey Foundation
P.O. Box 1112
Ocean Avenue
Kennebunkport, ME 04046
This foundation provides financial aid to parents for auditory-verbal services.

Harris Communications, Inc.
15155 Technology Drive
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
(952)906-1180 local voice
(800)825-6758 voice, (800)825-9187 TDD,
(952)906-1099 fax
mail@harriscomm.com
This organization sells products and literature related to hearing loss. Call for a free catalog.

HEAR NOW
9745 E. Hampton Avenue, Suite 300
Denver, CO 80231-4923
(800)648-HEAR
This foundation provides free hearing aids and cochlear implants to children whose families do not qualify for public assistance and cannot afford them.

House Ear Institute
2100 West Third Street
5th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90007
(213)483-4431 voice, (213)484-26424
This organization provides information and research on hearing and balance disorders.*

John Tracy Clinic
806 West Adams Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90007
(800)522-4582, (213)748-5481 voice, (213)747-2924 TDD
This organization provides consultation and information for parents on evaluation, habilitation, and education of preschool children who are hearing-impaired and who are deaf-blind. Correspondence courses are available to parents world wide in English and Spanish.*

Miracle-Ear Children's Foundation
(800)234-5422 voice, (800)234-5422, Ext. 751 TDD
This foundation provides free hearing aids and cochlear implants to children whose families do not qualify for public assistance and cannot afford them.

Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center
Gallaudet University
800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002
(202)651-5000 voice/TDD
This organization collects and disseminates information, research, and demographics on hearing loss and related topics.*

National Association for the Deaf (NAD)
814 Thayer Avenue
Silver Springs, MD 20910-4500
(301)587-1788 voice, (301)587-1789 TDD
This is an organization of Deaf individuals, parents, and professionals committed to support the sigh language option.

National Center for Law and the Deaf
Galluadet University
800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002
(202)651-5373 voice/TTY
This organization provides legal services and information regarding the civil rights of people who are hearing-impaired.*

National Cued Speech Association
P.O. Box 31345
Raleigh, NC 27622-1345
(919)828-1218 voice/TDD
This organization provides information on hearing loss and ways to help people of all ages who are hearing-impaired. It also provides information and advocacy on the use of cued speech.*

Nationwide Flashing Signal Systems, Inc.
8120 Fenton Street
Silver Spring, MD 20910
This organization sells all types of assistive technology.

Self Help for Hard of Hearing People (SHHH)
7800 Wisconsin Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20814
(301)657-2248 voice, (301)657-2249 TDD
This organization provides information and support for participation in the hearing world by people who are hard of hearing and their families.*

Signing Exact English Center for Advancement of Deaf Children
P.O. Box 1181
Los Angeles, CA 90720
(310)430-1467 voice/TDD
This center provides information for parents and professionals on Signing Exact English (SEE II).

Tripod
2901 N. Keystone St.
Burbank, CA 91504
(818)972-2080 voice/TDD
This organization provides support and information services on any aspect of deaf education and advice for parents of children with hearing losses.

* Denotes information provided by Hearing Counseling Kit(TM), Interactive Therapeutics 1-800-235-5111.

WEB SITES

Deaf Resource Library

Listen Up & Talk it Up!

Where Do We Go from Hear?


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