There are many resources for individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing within the state of Delaware. Below is a list of these resources. If you know of a resource that would be beneficial to this list, please email the details to DOL_DODHH@delaware.gov.
We offer a Visor Card to keep in your vehicle, and a Wallet Card to keep in a wallet/purse/bag/pocket. These cards are only available through our office. The Visor and Wallet cards are official documents approved through the Delaware Police Chief’s Council. Used for emergencies, each card indicates to police and other emergency personnel that the card holder is Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Clear instructions on the card help guide the interaction and situation for a positive outcome.
For more information, see the Communication Card Application.
The objective of the Association shall be to preserve, protect, and promote the civil, human, and linguistic rights of the deaf, hard of hearing, late-deafened, and deaf-blind individuals in Delaware. http://delawaredeaf.org/
The Delaware School for the Deaf is a public K-12 school in Newark, Delaware. A program serving Deaf and hard of hearing students K – 21 years of age.
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