State of the state? Well-looped, thanks!

Led by the Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, the State of Washington has added loops to dozens of Community Service Offices (CSOs) and Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) offices. Plus they offer a couple of loops in their mobile vans!

“For DSHS to be proactive and have loops available, should any client with hearing loss walk into one of our state offices, is excellent customer service. This is preferable to being reactive and unprepared, without the proper equipment. Hence, we committed the resources to accommodate clients’ communication needs,” said Eric Raff, ODHH Director.

Here’s a list of locations and addresses where you can find portable, room, or counter loops.

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