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Communication Cards

KCDHH offers three different cards which can help deaf and hard of hearing individuals communicate with hearing people in society. These cards include the Visor Communication card, the ICE (In Case of Emergency) card, and the Communication card.

Visor
Communication Card

Visor Communication Card
Visor Card video screenshot.

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This card is one you carry with you in your vehicle, tucked underneath the driver’s side sun visor. You use it when a law enforcement officer pulls you over. It has a variety of symbols on it that will, in the absence of an ASL interpreter, help facilitate communication between you and the officer.

The card comes in three varieties to suit your needs: deaf, oral deaf and hard of hearing.

To order a visor card for yourself, please go to the form selection page then select Communication Cards.

ICE
Communication Card

ICE Communication Card
ICE video screenshot.

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The ICE, or “In Case of Emergency,” card is something you don’t want to be without. If you are in an accident or involved in any other kind of emergency, first responders (emergency medical technicians, police officers or firefighters) may ask you or look for this card on you. It will help them communicate with you until appropriate accommodations can arrive on the scene.

To order an ICE card for yourself, please go to the form selection page then select Communication Cards.

Communication Card

Communication Card

This card is something a deaf or hard of hearing person can use to communicate to others their specific communication needs.

Create then print a communication card now!

    Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer talks about the Visor Card Program at KCDHH.

Travis Zornoza explains what the ICE card is and how it may be useful to you.