Maryland Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (MD EHDI) Program

Resource Line: 1-800-633-1316   

The Maryland Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (MD EHDI) Program helps ensure the hearing status of babies born in Maryland is determined at the earliest age possible, preferably by 3 months of age.
 
Early detection of hearing status is one of the first steps which allow the best opportunities to develop communication skills and start early intervention services by 6 months of age for babies who have, or are at risk for developing a permanent hearing status that affects the development of communication skills.
 
Maryland Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (MD EHDI)

 

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Office For Genetics And People With
Special Health Care Needs
201 West Preston Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Tel (410) 767-6730   Fax (410) 333-5047
  
 
 
 

What's New 

MDEHDI 2017 Conference Presentation

Letter send to parents of babies identified as deaf or hard of hearing (in English, Spanish, and ASL)

Legislation