HDS congratulates and celebrates our President & CEO, Amy Hart, who was selected as one of the Pittsburgh Business Times’ 2022 Women of Influence. This prestigious award recognizes women who are making a significant impact on their companies/non-profits and through their community service efforts in southwestern Pennsylvania. Amy joined HDS in 2006. Among the highlights… Continue Reading Amy Hart named 2022 Woman of Influence
Candidates who are Deaf are encouraged to apply. View all job opportunities here.
Center for Hearing & Deaf Services (HDS) observes its 100th Anniversary today, September 21, 2021. HDS has been in continuous operation since its founding a century ago. Our origin as the Pittsburgh League for the Hard of Hearing began when social work with Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals was in its infancy. Early members… Continue Reading HDS is Celebrating our 100th Anniversary!
ODHH created a helpful Communications card in the event that you or someone you love needs health care assistance related to COVID-19. Download the card here.
Pittsburgh Fire Chief Darryl Jones applied for federal grant money to cover the cost of signaling/alerting smoke alarms for Deaf/HH residents. The $1 million federal grant also covers fire safety training, which recipients of the special smoke alarms will have to attend. HDS is pleased to partner with Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire on related training… Continue Reading City of Pittsburgh: Free Smoke Alarms for Deaf/HH Residents
HDS is a testing site for the RID NIC Interview & Performance Exam (NICPE). Refer to RID’s website for information or download the NIC Candidate Process document.