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DeaFestival 2022 Success

DeaFestival 2022 Thank You Message.

Luke meets his heroes.

Read more about this in the September 2022 issue of the KCDHH Communicator.

Eastern Kentucky Flooding

About Important Contact Numbers

KCDHH Emergency Number: (502) 319-2457 (FaceTime or Text)

For Deaf Hard of Hearing only, and only if you need assistance because of the flood. This is NOT to be used as a 911. If you are in a true emergency, please contact 911, or reach out to someone near you.

Those who are experiencing the disastrous flooding taking place in eastern Kentucky may want to view our Public Health Home Flooding Safety Guidelines sheet.

Within the guidelines sheet linked above, there is also a link to CDC's Floods page for more information.

You may also look over our Emergency Preparedness page for more general information on preparing for a variety of emergencies.

To report someone missing in these floods, the Kentucky State Police offers these important tips.

Vaccine Booster

As information changes we will keep you updated.
As of now, everyone ages 18 and older can get a booster shot.

For more information, please visit CDC's booster shot eligibility page.

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(Virus info, masks, vaccines, CDC, etc.)


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Check out information about finding an interpreter or captioner and how to become a captioner in Kentucky.

State - For state agencies only

Private - For doctors, lawyers, churches, and other service providers

Consumer - For individuals who wish to hire their own interpreters/CART providers

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Improve the quality of your daily communications with an amplified, captioned or speech enhanced telephone, TTY, or wireless device at no cost to you. Let us help you get started on the right track toward better communication with friends and loved ones.

Who is eligible

How to apply

Equipment list

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Information & Advocacy

As a deaf or hard of hearing individual or parent of a deaf or hard of hearing child, it's important to know your rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act. We can show you how to advocate for yourself or your loved ones to receive equal treatment under the law.


Workshops and Training

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