Resources

Vermont Interpreter Referral Services (VIRS) provides statewide interpreting services and CART referral services for American Sign Language/English translation assignments.

Here is the Emergency Listing of ASL interpreters in Vermont

Vermont Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (VTRID)

Vermont Center Independent Living (VCIL) works on promoting the independence and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities.

Nine East Network (9 East Network) provide support for families and educators in creating the best learning environment for deaf and hard of hearing children. They also provide consulting services in the areas of speech and language, literacy and math instruction, and curriculum development.

Vocational Rehabilitation of Vermont (VR) offers free services to any Vermonter or employer dealing with a disability that affects employment.

Family Living Today (FTL) is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses and other loved ones. We have been featured on the Administration for Community Living, AARP, Forbes, and is referenced by many governmental agencies and organizations across the internet.

Deaf Vermonters Advocacy Services (DVAS) is an agency that works with Deaf community in Vermont on advocacy issues, abuse, discrimination, and other issues.

Direct Dial 988 Suicide Hotline for the deaf Sorenson is responding to the FCC directive to provide direct-dial access by dialing 988 on your ntouch, which connects callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. When Deaf callers dial 988 on a Sorenson ntouch® device, they will get confidential access to the Lifeline through Sorenson Relay interpreters.

Vermont Audiologists has a listing of local audiology offices in your area.

Harris Communication sells assistive technology and products for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people.

Memory Care Facilities is a free service that helps families who have loved ones with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Through our free search tool and nationwide database of memory care facilities, families who are in need of memory care for their loved ones are able to find licensed care homes and communities in their location which are best equipped to take care of their loved ones.

Northwestern Counseling & Support Services offer support for individuals who are Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing, and/or hearing with communication challenges and use of sign, and who experience a range of developmental, behavioral, and psychiatric disabilities.

Vermont Chapter: Hearing Loss Association of America serve as a resource for networking with other folks of various hearing losses.

Vermont Assistive Technology Program offers guidance on assistive technology for people of all disabilities including hearing loss.

Vermont Hands & Voices is a support group for parents who have children that are deaf or hard of hearing.