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Funds from a 2019-2020 Colorado Commission for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind grant are used for hosting this website, demo equipment, materials, etc.

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Involved Organizations

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And other organizations who prefer not to display their logos, for multiple reasons

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Colorado-Hearing Looped Venues

​Colorado has approximately 145 organizations that have hearing loops (133 room and 11 counter): audiology 10, education 2, government 23, health 13, library 13, museum 1, nonprofit 3, recreation 4, senior 18, theater 12, and places of worship 46. Some organizations have more than one hearing loop.

 

In addition, there are approximately 67 portable and counter hearing loops:

  • The El Paso County government services has an additional 57 service counters and windows.

  • The Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management has 10 portable hearing loop systems for use across the state, such as during emergency service response.

  • Colorado Advisory Council for Persons with Disabilities has a portable hearing loop system.

 

This map came from twelve sources. Since a consolidated listing with a map has never been done, there are some inaccuracies and some venues may have a FM system rather than a hearing loop. Please let us know what needs to be revised or added!  (last updated 12/30/19)

For a detailed map of CU Boulder that shows their 2 hearing loops, check out https://www.colorado.edu/map/  

Click on the icon (top left hand corner in map's title bar) see the key for the map.

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