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Deaf Services

Those who have little or no hearing have unique needs. In cooperation with the Youngstown Hearing and Speech Center, the Speech, Hearing and Rehabilitation Center in Ashtabula provides:
  • Support and advocacy for deaf persons and their families
  • Training for schools, agencies, health care providers, law enforcement and businesses on serving deaf consumers in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Sign language Interpreter Services
To learn more about these services, contact Deaf Services at 330-726-8391


Adult Sign Language Classes

American Sign Language Classes are offered to anyone who would like to learn the language of the Deaf. This includes the manual alphabet, sign vocabulary, the grammatical structure of ASL, and information about Deaf culture. Classes are eight weeks in length (total 16 hours).

Sign Language for Use with Non Verbal Children is designed for families and professionals who work with young children who are non-verbal. This may include children who have autism, developmental delays or a speech/language disorder who may or may not have hearing loss. Class is eight weeks in length (total 12 hours).

Sign language classes are offered one to two times per year and are open to adults age 16 and up. Contact the Center for more information

Contact the Center for details via voice or TTY at 440-992-4433, or e-mail shrc1@suite224.net.

   Talking to the Hearing Impaired    Hearing Services
   Hearing Aid Information, Sales & Service    Speech / Language Therapy
   Developmental Milestones    Bright Beginnings Early Education & Care
   Community Education    Deaf Services    About & Contact Us
   What's New & Links    Home Page