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Children And Youth With Special Health Care Needs

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MANSEF (Maryland Association of Non-Public Special Education Facilities)
A not-for-profit organization of nonpublic special education facilities approved by the Maryland State Department of Education. These facilities, throughout Maryland, promote quality services for children and youth with disabilities.
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6501 North Charles Street, Towson, MD, 21204

Maryland School for the Deaf
Available to deaf and hard of hearing Maryland children from birth to age 21. Serving children across a broad spectrum of intellectual and physical abilities, including those with mild to severe additional disabilities and is FREE to Maryland residents.
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101 Clarke Place, Frederick, MD, 21705

Maryland Hearing Aid Bank
Through the Loan Bank, families of infants and toddlers with confirmed hearing loss who do not have insurance coverage for hearing aids, or are experiencing delays in obtaining or purchasing aids, can obtain aids on a temporary basis.
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200 W. Baltimore Street , Baltimore, MD, 21201

Maryland Relay
Distributes free amplified phones, ring signalers, TTYs and other assistive devices to qualified applicants who have difficulty using the telephone. To qualify, applicants must be receiving one or more state or federal benefits or show that they have a limited income. In addition, applicants must have a disability that makes it difficult for them to access a standard telephone.
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301 West Preston Street , Baltimore , MD, 21201

Connect Hearing
Comprehensive Hearing Care provider, including audiology testing and hearing aids. Click on the link for the closest office to you.
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Fidos For Freedom
Provides trained Service Dogs or Hearing Dogs to people who are physically challenged, deaf or hard-of-hearing, including on-going support services and training. And to increase the quality of life for people living in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan community through the use of hearing dogs, service dogs and therapy dogs.
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1200 Sandy Spring Road, Laurel, MD, 20707

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Helps families, health care providers and education professionals understand childhood hearing loss and the importance of early diagnosis and intervention. Through advocacy, education, research and financial aid, AG Bell helps to ensure that every child and adult with hearing loss has the opportunity to listen, talk and thrive in mainstream society.
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3417 Volta Place, NW Washington, DC, 20007

The HIKE Fund, Inc
Provides hearing devices for children with hearing losses between the ages of newborn and twenty years whose parents are unable to meet this special need financially.
10115 Cherryhill Pl , Spring Hill, FL, 34608

Lions Club
Local Lions Clubs offer hearing aid assistance and eyeglasses. Contact your local club for eligibility information.
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300 W 22nd Street, , Oak Brook, IL, 60523

Sertoma Scholarship
For the deaf or hard of hearing or Grad Students of a communicative disorders program.
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1912 E. Meyer Blvd, Kansas City, MO, 64132

Hearing and Speech Clinic
Provides speech, language, and hearing services for individuals with communication disorders. Individuals can be of any age. The clinic includes a Language-Learning Early-Advantage Program (LEAP), which offers communication enrichment for children between the ages of three and five and especially welcomes children with speech and/or language delays only or children learning English as a second language.
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7251 Preinkert Dr., College Park, MD, 20742

Medical Assistance
Gives full health benefits for children up to age 19, and pregnant women of any age, and low income residents who meet the income guidelines.
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Frederick County Audiology Clinic
Provides quality pediatric audiology services for uninsured and underinsured children in Frederick County and children served by the Infants and Toddlers Program, Head Start, and the Frederick County Public School's Special Education Program.
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350 Montevue Ln, Frederick, MD, 21702

Chesapeake Hearing Center
Helping people improve the quality of their lives in Annapolis, Easton, Ocean Pines, Salisbury, Severna Park, Stevensville, and surrounding areas throughout Maryland by diagnosing your hearing problem with a hearing test, so we're able to provide you with the best solution. If a hearing aid is needed, we will evaluate your hearing loss and lifestyle so we can provide you with the best hearing technology to meet your needs. Locations in Severna Park, Annapolis, Easton, Salisbury, Ocean Pines, Stevensville.
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Allegany Hearing and Balance Center
Provides professional, expert, and state of the art hearing and vestibular services and education in a trusting and caring environment in order to ensure the best possible quality of life for our patients. Locations in LaVale and Oakland Maryland.
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Hearing Assesment Center
We diagnose your hearing problem with hearing testing so we are able to provide you with the best hearing solution. If a hearing aid is needed, we will evaluate your hearing loss and lifestyle so we can provide you with the best hearing technology to suit your needs. Locations in Lutherville, Bel Air, Baltimore and surrounding areas.
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Hearing and Speech Agency
A private, non-profit organization, that provides hearing and speech services, offers an information resource center, operates a non-public school, and advocates for people of all ages with communication disorders/disabilities.
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5900 Metro Drive , Baltimore, MD, 21215

Audiology Associates
Provides complete Hearing Health Care Services for the consumer as well as instrumentation and hearing aid products for the professional. As part of a comprehensive program we provide hearing aid fitting services. Locations in Easton and the Baltimore-metro area.
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Hagerstown Hearing Care Center
Offers comprehensive audiology and hearing aid services to both children and adults.
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128 Medical Campus Rd , Hagerstown, MD, 21742

Cochlear Community
A social networking site that can increase your/ your child's circle of friends. Our objective is to help you, and your family, connect with other families who have had similar experiences in managing hearing loss and finding treatment options.

Deaf Independent Living Association
offers a variety of services, including employment support, residential support, information and referral and communication resources, for Eastern Shore residents with hearing loss. Above all DILA strives to promote active, independent living among the people we serve.
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806 Snow Hill Road, Salisbury, MD, 21804

Maryland Disability Council
A public policy organization that advocates for the inclusion of people with developmental disabilities in all facets of community life.
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217 E. Redwood Street, Baltimore, MD, 21202

National Speech Language Therapy Center
National Speech is a family-oriented practice specializing in speech, language and learning disorders. Most speech and learning disorders such as dyslexia and auditory processing can be identified early on. At National Speech, we offer programs to help children learn to speak and understand what they see, hear and read from an early age.
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5606 Shields Drive, Bethesda, MD, 20817

Advanced Hearing Group
At Advanced Hearing centers, we have helped tens of thousands hear better. Our professionals possess the highest creditentials and are amoung the area's most experienced practitioners of hearing and diagnostic services.
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Maryland Disabilities Forum
A non-profit cross-disability organization led by people with disabilities that provides leadership in facilitating systems change to achieve community inclusion, civil rights and equal opportunities for people with disabilities. The Forum achieves this by connecting people with disabilities, other individuals, and organizations; providing them with the opportunity to network and engage in public forums to increase awareness among people with disabilities; and enhancing their participation in the policy setting and implementation process by providing a wide spectrum of information.
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10270 Old Columbia Rd. Suite 100, Columbia, MD, 21046

MarTar Swim School
MarTar Swim School specializes in providing quality, enriching swimming education that gives equal access for everyone to learn at their own pace and abilities. We specialize in teaching individuals with special needs, including children and adults with autism, down syndrome, ADHD, PDD, cerebral palsy and visual or audio impairments, how to swim by employing a variety of techniques including visual aids and sign language. We are committed to providing excellent instruction and a safe, compassionate learning environment.
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6801 Douglas Legum Drive , Elkridge, MD, 21075

Office for Genetics and People with Special Healthcare Needs
State website with information on youth with special healthcare needs transitioning to the adult care system.
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201 W. Preston St, Baltimore, MD, 21201

Maryland Parent Connections
Learning that your child is deaf or hard of hearing can be a traumatic experience. Parents have many questions and concerns in coping with their child’s needs and their own feelings. You are not alone. We have been there.
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801 Cromwell Park Drive, Geln Burnie, MD, 21061

Center for Parent Information and Resources
Your central “Hub” of information and products created for the network of Parent Centers serving families of children with disabilities All the materials found on the CPIR Hub have been created and archived for Parent Centers around the country to help them provide support and services to the families they serve.
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a web-based link to information, resources, and services for children with hearing loss. At the heart of EHDI-PALS is a a national web-based directory of facilities that offer pediatric audiology services to young children who are younger than five years of age. The facilities included in this directory have licensed pediatric audiologists who provide these services.
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Deaf Camps, Inc.
a volunteer-run non-profit organization dedicated to providing fun, safe, communication-rich camps that promote the physical, spiritual, and social development of Deaf/hard of hearing children and children learning American Sign Language.
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Maryland/DC Hands and Voices
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.
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Baltimore Jewish Abilities Alliance
The Baltimore Jewish Abilities Alliance assists families in finding the programs and services they need for their loved ones with different abilities, strengthening their connection and enabling them to more fully participate in their communities.
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5700 Park Heights Avenue , Baltimore, MD, 21215

Loyola Clinical Centers
The Loyola Clinical Centers provides state-of-the-art facilities and treatment for people experiencing difficulties in the areas of psychology, pastoral counseling, literacy, hearing, speech, and language. The Centers operates from three locations: Loyola Clinical Centers Belvedere Square and Loyola/Notre Dame Library in Baltimore City, and Loyola's Columbia Graduate Center in Columbia, Howard County. Some services are also provided off-site through partnerships with schools and community agencies.
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5911 York Road, Baltimore, MD, 21212

Live Better Hearing
Our center provides comprehensive hearing care services including complete hearing evaluations, hearing loss rehabilitation, education and counseling. Our goal is to improve the lives of people with hearing loss through better hearing and quality hearing care services. Call locations to see ages treated.
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Caption Call
he CaptionCall captioned phone features a large, easy-to-read screen that displays written captions of what callers say to reinforce their hearing. The CaptionCall phone is also an amplified phone.
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4215 South Riverboat Road, Salt lake City, UT, 84123

Starkey Hearing Foundation
Whether its protecting against preventable hearing loss through Listen Carefully, helping low-income Americans through Hear Now or giving new life to hearing aids through our recycling program, we use hearing as a vehicle to change lives in the U.S. and around the world.
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6700 Washington Ave South, Eden Prairie, MN, 55344

The Travelers Protective Association of America
The charitable objects and purposes of this Trust are the provision of financial aid including scholarships to citizens of the United States possessions, who suffer deafness or hearing impairment; who will benefit from medical, mechanical, specialized treatment or specialized education and who are unable to provide the funds therefore themselves.
2041 Exchange Drive, Saint Charles, MO, 63303

Described and Captioned Media Program
Our mission is to promote and provide equal access to communication and learning through described and captioned educational media.The ultimate goal of the DCMP is for accessible media to be an integral tool in the teaching and learning process for all stakeholders in the educational community, including students, educators and other school personnel, parents, service providers, businesses, and agencies.
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1447 E. Main Street, Spartanburg, SC, 29307

Ad-Astra, Inc.
Ad Astra is a first-class language services agency offering a comprehensive suite of interpreting, translation, Deaf/ Hard of Hearing, transcription, and localization services.
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8701 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD, 20910

TCS Associates
TCS offers a full suite of innovative accessible services and solutions to ensure that employees with disabilities, students and individuals are able to perform the essential functions of their positions, have equal access to technology in the workplace and enjoy equal benefits and privileges of employment and the pursuit of their personal or professional goals.
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7361 Calhoun Place, Rockville, MD, 20855

People Encouraging people
People Encouraging People is a non-profit behavioral healthcare corporation dedicated to providing life-transforming rehabilitation and support services to people in Baltimore who are disabled or disadvantaged. PEP services are values-based and designed specifically for each individual’s challenges. PEP is committed to helping our clients become accepted and productive members of our community.
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National Deaf Center
NDC provides evidence-based strategies to deaf individuals, family members, and professionals at the local, state, and national levels with the goal of closing education and employment gaps for deaf individuals.
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Community Support Services for the Deaf
CSSD, Inc. is registered a 501(c)3 non-profit organization now celebrating our 31st year supporting people who benefit from our services in Central Maryland. Our Mission is to support the personal well-being, growth, independence and achievement of individuals who are Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing, through the provision of an array of accredited services.
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7123 Windsor Mill Road, Baltimore, MD, 21244

Wonder Moms
Wonder Moms is a project by three moms to share real talk, helpful information, and practical advice with parents of kids who have intellectual disabilities, Down syndrome, autism, language and speech delays, deafness, chronic illness, and traumatic brain injury.
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