Visor Cards For People Who Are Deaf And Hard Of Hearing

Free Visor Cards for Deaf People Now Available August 26, 2005. (Stewartstown, PA) Since the successful release last month of a visor card designed specifically for hard of hearing people, deaf people have clamored for a similar card designed specifically to meet their unique communication needs. Today, the Center for Hearing Loss Help released the deaf version of their visor card for those whose communication preference is American Sign Language (ASL) rather than spoken English. Used correctly, visor cards can effectively help bridge the communications gap whenever hard of hearing or deaf people are stopped by the police, especially at night. To learn all about how and why to use visor cards, and to obtain your free visor cards (both hard of hearing and deaf versions available), point your browser to Visor Cards—Bridging the Communications Gap When Stopped by the Police

Hard of Hearing Visor Card here

Deaf Visor Card

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