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The Virginia Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program provides information and referral to families regarding newborn hearing screening, follow-up testing, and early intervention services.

Information for Parents of Children with Hearing Loss, Virginia's Resource Guide for Parents

Video of Information for Parents of Children with Hearing Loss, Virginia’s Resource Guide for Parents 
This videotape version of the resource guide is presented in American Sign Language, spoken English, and open captions.
Copies are available from the VEHDI Program office.  Call (804) 864-7717 or e-mail

Resource Directory, 2007 Update

Can Your Baby Hear? (UPDATED! July, 2013) - Every parent should receive this brochure from the hospital at the time of their child's birth.


Newborn Hearing Prenatal Education piece (NEW! July, 2013) - Information and tips for expectant parents when it comes to their baby's hearing. Great for prenatal classes, OB-GYN offices and other providers.


Newborn Hearing Screening Posters (NEW! July, 2013 Engish and Spanish versions) - "Baby's First To-Do List" Poster for hospitals, OB-GYNs, prenatal classes and other providers that lets them know about their baby's first screenings at birth.

EHDI PALS is a national data base of state approved audiology facilities. If your child needs to have a hearing test, this website will assist you with audiology services.

Guide By Your Side

Virginia Hands and Voices

Loss & Found - A resource for parents of children who have not passed their hearing screening (8 minute video)-


Guide By Your Side

Virginia Guide-By-Your-Side

Guía a Su Lado de Virginia

Last Updated: 08-05-2015

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