Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

COVID-19 Update: We follow CDC guidelines. Call for more information

  • Doctors, Clinics, and Pharmacies

    Specializing in geriatric care


Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Logo

Services offered by Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Include:

Interpreters

The Interpreter Services Program (ISP) contracts with qualified sign language interpreters for services in state agencies, coordinates sign language interpreter and CART services for state agencies and Virginia courts, maintains a Directory of Qualified Interpreters, and provides information to private entities and to the general public to assist in locating and securing qualified interpreters.

VQAS

Virginia Quality Assurance Screening is designed to assist you, as developing professional, to identify your strengths and weaknesses in your knowledge and skills of interpreting in order to assist your growth in interpreting competence.

Equipment

The Technology Assistance Program (TAP) provides telecommunication equipment to qualified applicants whose disabilities prevent them from using a standard telephone. VDDHH outreach specialist can also provide information and referral for assistive technology devices.

Community Services

Our Community Services Specialist can provide telecommunication equipment to qualified applicants whose disabilities prent them from using a standard telephone. VDDHH outreach specialist can also provide information and referral for assistive technology devices.

Emergency Preparedness

Those who are prepared for emergencies recover faster and can help others who also may be affected. Every family and business can take just a few simple steps to prepare and protect your family and your assets.

 

 

 

Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

(800) 552-7917 Website 1602 Rolling Hills Drive, Suite 203
Henrico, VA 23229