Providing Wyoming children identified with hearing loss and their families with appropriate hearing health management and developmental services begins with the early detection and diagnosis of hearing loss.
The Wyoming EHDI Program works in collaboration with the Wyoming Department of Health, Behavioral Health Division, Wyoming’s 43 Child Development Center sites, Head Start and Early Head Start, and Wyoming’s 21 birthing hospitals to provide hearing screenings, diagnosis and follow-up for Wyoming’s newborns, infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
Currently there are 21 birthing hospitals in Wyoming.
Each of these hospitals participate in the Newborn Hearing Screening Program – see which one works for you…
Wyoming has 14 Child Development Center Regions with 43 sites throughout the state. They provide hearing screenings and intervention programs free of charge.