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A Community where there are no barriers facing people who are deaf, hard of hearing and deafblind. Where Communication Happens!
Deaf Services Center (DSC) is the largest non-profit organization serving the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in the great state of Ohio. DSC provides community centers in the northwest, Central, and southeast regions along with offering interpreting and Speech-To-Text services throughout Ohio and neighboring states such as Michigan and Kentucky.
Languages provided by DSC Community Interpreting & Translation services include but not limited to: American Sign Language (ASL), Spanish, French, Somali, Japanese, Mandarin and Nepali.
DSC also provides community advocacy, case management, education, Information and Referral, American Sign Language (ASL) Classes, Deaf Youth Programming and Camps, Kids of Deaf Adults (KODA) Programming, Early Intervention Program (EI), Deaf Equipment Modification Program (DEMP) and Employment Services.
DSC is a CARF accredited facility in the state of Ohio.