Resources: A Guide to Services for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Last Updated; February 10, 2014

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PLEASE NOTE: The Division for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Late Deafened compiles this list of resources for the use of people in Maine. The list may not be complete, and the inclusion of a resource should not be seen as an endorsement. See the instructions at the bottom of this page for submitting additions or corrections to the list.


Introduction Complaints Organizations f/t Deaf TTY Abbreviations
Agencies & Hearing Aid Assistance Courts Publications TTY Directory
Cued Speech Services Residential & Supports TTY Hotlines
Assistive Technology DeafBlind Speech-Language Pathologists TTY Do's & Dont's
Captioning Education State Offices APPENDICES:
Children's Hearing Aids Health Care Services Substance Abuse
Children's Services Hearing Ear Dogs Summer Camps Legal Information
Churches Interpreting Support Groups Other Deaf Resource Guides
Clinical Lawyers Telephone Relay  


Complete Resource Guide www.maine.gov/rehab/dod/resourceguide/resourceguide_complete.shtml

To submit updated information, please contact:

Nancy Melanson
Maine Division for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Late Deafened
(207) 470-7668 (VP)
(207) 623-7958 (V)
(207) 623-7998 (TTY) or Maine Relay 711
Email: Nancy.A.Melanson@maine.gov

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