Advocacy & Support
A lot of help from our friends.
As a society and a community, we have made tremendous progress in valuing the accomplishments and contributions of all individuals, including those who are deaf and hard of hearing.
However, extra help is always welcome, whether it is ensuring that public accommodation laws are followed, that sign language interpreters are properly trained and available, or that deaf and hard of hearing individuals have access to needed support programs.
For more than two decades, DHIS has been a staunch advocate for the deaf and hard of hearing community, in addition to providing ASL interpreters 24/7 and a broad range of innovative programs and services.
The next challenge is always on the horizon. Especially as our population ages, as seniors are impacted by hearing issues. Please stay informed and join the DHIS support and education community.