We provide vocational rehabilitation services, including advanced communication technology and career counseling, for persons who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
Our Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors, many of whom are fluent in American Sign Language, are in offices throughout Colorado. Their knowledge of deafness and their ability to facilitate effective, culturally-sensitive communication is vital to the collaborative and highly interactive vocational rehabilitation process.
Additionally, Rehabilitation Counselors for the Hard of Hearing are located in several offices throughout the State. Their knowledge of hearing loss and its impact on work and relationships supports the needs of clients who are hard of hearing.
Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing may contact any Division of Vocational Rehabilitation office for assistance. Individuals who are Deaf/Blind are encouraged to request consultation from the Denver office.
To get started, contact a local Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Office.
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- Colorado Commission for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Supplies telecommunications equipment and hard of hearing residents who qualify. The Lead Auxiliary Services Program oversees the coordination and payment of legally-qualified sign language interpreters and communication access real-time translation providers for legal proceedings in State Courts.
- National Association of the Deaf
- Hearing Loss Association of America
- Deaf Seniors of America
- Deaf Overcoming Violence through Empowerment
- Association of Late Deafened Adults