Remote Interpreter Services Pilot with the Office of Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ODHH)

The ADRC of Eagle Country is participating in a pilot project with the Office of Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ODHH) to bring remote interpreter services into our offices. Our staff will have access to an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter from ODHH through a computer program which allows for on-demand interpretation services through the internet. Please feel free to contact the ADRC office to learn more about this exciting new program.


In addition, the ADRC office has a hearing loop device which allows individuals with a hearing loss to connect directly to the speaker while cutting out most of the background noise. This technology can be accessed by an individual’s hearing aid if it has a telecoil installed or by using headphones which the ADRC can provide when you arrive. Please feel free to ask about using this device while visiting our office.


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