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DORS Services for People Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

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ASL video about DORS services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing

Welcome!  DORS offers programs and services that help Maryland citizens who have disabilities get ready for work and independence.

Some people who are deaf or hard of hearing may need specialized services to help them reach their goals:

In this part of DORS Web site, you can learn more about how DORS helps people who are deaf or hard of hearing go to work.

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Division of Rehabilitation Services • 2301 Argonne Drive • Baltimore, MD 21218 • 410-554-9442 • 888-554-0334
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