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Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education (Center) of the Indiana State Dept of Health

Last Update:6/6/2018
Contact:Bethany Colson
Title:Interim Director
Address:2 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis,, IN 46204
County:Marion
Phone:317-232-7349
Toll Free:855-875-5193
Fax:317-550-4873
TDY:
E-Mail:
Website:www.cdhhe.isdh.in.gov
Mission
To promote positive outcomes for all deaf and hard of hearing children through information, services and education.
Program Description
The Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education is the state legislated center providing information, resources and services to families of children who are deaf and hard of hearing from birth to 21 years of age. Services include early intervention, parent playgroups and education events, audiology services, assessments- including multidisciplinary assessments, and school observations & inservices. We work directly with families as well as assist other professionals to ensure children who are deaf and hard of hearing across Indiana received appropriate support and services.

Main videophone: 317-520-3301
Text only: 317-750-0246
Early Intervention Fax: 317-925-2888 Regional Centers:

The Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education is opening four regional centers in addition to its central location in Indianapolis. NE Regional Center is located in Fort Wayne and SE Regional Center is located in Scottsburg. Two additional regional centers are part of the Center's future planning. For more information about these regional centers, contact the Center main telephone line or email address. 
Financial
No cost to families except as determined by First Steps for Early Intervention Services
Services
Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Counties Serviced
Entire State
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