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It is important to the ND EHDI program that families can find answers regarding their child's hearing loss. ND EHDI has developed several resources for families to use and have compiled outside resources that would be beneficial for families. Browse through our Families site to find more information on hearing loss and hearing screening.

Family Support & Agencies

Financial Resources

Infant Hearing Loss Facts

Typical Auditory Development

Audio/Video Resources

Printable Resources


North Dakota Hands & Voices Loaner Bank
North Dakota Hands & Voices has opened a loaner bank for North Dakotans to donate their used hearing equipment or to apply for equipment. The Hearing Aid Loaner Bank is designed to provede loaner equipment to:

  • Children newly identified as deaf or hard-of-hearing whose family has decided to pursue amplification to access spoken language.
  • All children in the state of North Dakota up to the age of 18 years. Other requests considered upon need. Not based upon financial need.
  • Families while their personal equipment is being repaired.

For questions, call 701-857-7916. You can help others by donating used hearing aids and other equipment. Any equipment may be sent or delivered to:

North Dakota Hands & Voices Loaner Bank
Minot, ND 58702-1776
701 484 1605 

For more information, visit their Facebook page

New Parent Organization in Fargo/Moorhead
The Parent Professional Learning Network mission is "For the parents of children with special needs children and the professionals who work with these children to come together to share, learn and work together for the betterment of all."

For more information, visit their Facebook page or email

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Informational Video for Parents and Families on Newborn Hearing Screening

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