Speech and Hearing Services

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Programs that provide comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for individuals who have speech and/or language problems, neurological disorders or diseases or disorders of the middle, inner and outer ear; larynx; tongue; mouth; or other structures whose coordination and appropriate functioning are necessary for speech and/or hearing. (AIRS LR-8000)

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Local Service
Statewide Service: Provides online resources, telehealth, or service at a satellite office.
Nationwide Service: Provides online resources, telehealth or services at a regional/national headquarters location.
Statewide Provider
246 N. High Street
Columbus, 43215
Phone: 614-466-1995
Statewide Provider
Organization Name: Ohio Department of Health
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Address:
246 N. High Street
Columbus, 43215
Phone: 614-466-1995
Fax: 614-728-9163
Email: Melissa.Herrick@odh.ohio.gov
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Languages Spoken: Translative Services Available
Eligibility:

The Ohio Hearing Aid Assistance Program (OHAAP) provides assistance to families with children, birth to twenty-one years of age, with hearing impairments, to purchase hearing aids, assistive listening devices, earmolds, external cochlear implant processor replacements, and/or hearing aid batteries.


Families with incomes at or below 400 percent of the federal poverty guidelines are eligible for the program.  Children enrolled or who can qualify for Medicaid or the Children with Medical Handicaps Program (BCMH) are not eligible for OHAAP (unless documentation can be provided that Medicaid of CMH will not pay).  


A family’s eligibility can be determined using the federal poverty guideline table. Depending on income limits, families may be responsible to pay a sliding scale fee up to $20.00. The fee is for the audiological services to assess the child for the hearing aid/assistive listening devices and external cochlear processor replacement, as well as needed follow up to evaluate aid. Families who qualify and are interested in the program must complete the Family Application Form and provide verification of income.

Services Provided:

The Ohio Hearing Aid Assistance Program (OHAAP) provides assistance to families with children, birth to twenty-one years of age, with hearing impairments to purchase:

  • hearing aids
  • earmolds
  • assistive listening devices
  • external cochlear implant processor replacements
  • hearing aid batteries
Source: ODOH Bureau of Child and Family Health
Last Updated: 11/10/2022
Nationwide Provider
45 L Street NE
Washington, DC 20554
Phone: 888-225-5322
Nationwide Provider
Organization Name: Federal Communications Commission
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Address:
45 L Street NE
Washington, DC 20554
Phone: 888-225-5322
TDD: 888-225-5322
Toll Free Phone: 888-835-5322
Fax: 866-418-0232
Eligibility:

Persons with a hearing or speech disability

Services Provided:

Telecommunications Relay Services permit persons with a hearing or speech disability to use the telephone system via a text telephone (TTY) or other device to call persons with or without such disabilities.

To make using TRS as simple as possible, you can simply dial 711 to be automatically connected to a TRS operator. No cost.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 10/11/2021
Nationwide Provider
2160 West Adams Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90018
Phone: 213-748-5481
Nationwide Provider
Address:
2160 West Adams Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90018
Phone: 213-748-5481
Fax: 213-749-1651
Email: web@jtc.org
Services Provided:

A diagnostic and education center for young children with hearing loss. Offers worldwide family services, local family services, professional education, preschool, and hearing testing. 

Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 4/14/2022
Nationwide Provider
Utah State University, 2615 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322
Phone: 435-797-3584
Nationwide Provider
Address:
Utah State University, 2615 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322
Phone: 435-797-3584
Service Categories:
Services Provided:

Online Resources Include:

  • [http://www.infanthearing.org/states/index.html information about state EHDI programs]
  • Resources for professionals and families.
  • Information about national and state legislative efforts.
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 5/9/2022