- Home: Deaf and Hard of Hearing
- Case Management
- Employment Services
- Hard of Hearing Services
- Outreach and Technology
- Southern Utah Program
- Utah Interpreter Program
- Other Services
Performance Data: Deaf and Hard of Hearing
The Division of Services to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DSDHH) serves clients who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind and their families. DSDHH operates two community centers in Taylorsville and St. George that offer social events, classes, workshops, case management services, and certification for ASL interpreters. In addition, employees perform outreach work for those who are unable visit the two centers. Download DHH performance report.
This data reflects any individual who attended a workshop or class, received one-on-one assistance, or received assistive technology services.
Counselors in the Taylorsville and St. George community centers offer case management services to individuals who request specialized assistance. Services range from assisting with job search/job placement, applying for and maintaining benefits, teaching self-advocacy, and connecting individuals with community services.
USOR certifies all ASL interpreters for the state of Utah. DSDHH also staffs in-house ASL interpreters to provide translations for DSDHH and other state agencies.