COVID-19

7 Tips to Maintain Hearing Health Care Amid COVID-19

The Hearing Journal and Hearing Loss Association of America have partnered in providing “7 Tips to Maintain Hearing Health Care Amid COVID-19 that are summarized below. For more extensive details in a printable PDF, click the [here]. 1. Take an inventory. 2. Explore telehealth options 3. Utilize curbside, contact-less services if available 4. Stay as connected as possible 5. Experiment…

COVID-19 Update for clients & consumers of services

Our number one priority is to keep our patients, clients, and staff safe during these difficult times.  In that spirit, we are altering our service delivery as outlined below.  We sincerely appreciate your understanding and support as we continue our commitment to serving you. Continue reading below or Return to Our Welcome Page Community Services for the Deaf Deaf Advocacy:…

Important information for the D/deaf community in this COVID-19 ASL video

 Jay Gates, an experienced Deaf Interpreter, recorded a 7-minute ASL vlog after Mayor Cranley’s March 17 press conference with IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL COVID-19 INFORMATION for the D/deaf community. Note: The City of Cincinnati will not be able to give out any medical advice. For medical advice, please call your primary care physician, Federal public health commission, or the Ohio public…

ASL interpreters inform, educate, help

American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters are front-and-center at Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley’s press conferences and other around the state as government officials report on the latest COVID-19 developments. Jay Gates, an experienced Deaf Interpreter, delivered important news to thousands of deaf or hard-of-hearing people in the Greater Cincinnati region at Mayor John Cranley’s March 17 press conference. Gates is perhaps…