|Regional Infant Hearing Program
serving infants with hearing loss and their families in West Central Ohio
If you know of a family who has a child less
than 3 years of age who is deaf, hard of
hearing, or who has a cochlear implant,
please refer them to RIHP or contact us
|The Regional Infant Hearing Program (RIHP),
is available to families at no cost.
To be eligible for services from RIHP:
Families must reside in Montgomery, Preble, Darke, Miami, Shelby, Logan,
Champaign, Clark or Greene County
Children must be between the ages of birth and three (3) years old and identified
as having some degree of hearing loss including children who are Deaf,
hard-of-hearing, have Cochlear Implants, or have a hearing loss with other
Children must be enrolled in Help Me Grow
The Regional Infant Hearing Program is
a joint project of the Ohio Department
of Health, Help Me Grow,
Communication Services for the
Deaf of Ohio (CSD of Ohio) and Deaf
Community Resource Center (DCRC).
|Funded by a grant from the
Ohio Department of Health
|Our mission is to provide support and
advocacy to families who have infants
identified as having hearing loss
|Tannor is one of our RIHP children shown here at 1 1/2 years old
|The Mission of the Deaf Community Resource Center
is to be a safe haven where services are provided for
Deaf with Hard of Hearing and hearing allies
|The Mission of the Deaf Community Resource Center is to
be a safe haven where services are provided for the Deaf,
Hard of Hearing, and their families by the Deaf with Hard of
Hearing and hearing allies
HIPAA - Release of PHI Form
Family Information Network (FIN) offers FREE special topic
Webinars for families of children with delays or disabilities
birth through age 5 and the professionals who serve them.
John Tracy Clinic- An educational center for children with
hearing challenges and their families.
National Association of the Deaf- A wealth of information
related to deafness and hearing loss.
Sign language materials designed to teach signs used in
everyday conversation for children and families.
Hands & Voices is dedicated to supporting families with
children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing without a bias
around communication modes or methodology. We're a
parent-driven, non-profit organization providing families
with the resources, networks, and information they need to
improve communication access and educational
outcomes for their children. Our outreach activities,
parent/professional collaboration, and advocacy efforts are
focused on enabling Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children to
reach their highest potential.
Video sign language dictionary, ASL Learning Tools,
Quizzes, Store, and more
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association website
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard
of Hearing. Mission: Advocating Independence through
Listening and Talking!