Deaf & Hearing Impaired

Adaptive Technology Resources

Role & Services

Adaptive Technology Resources (ATR) specializing in evaluations, training and adaptive equipment for individuals who are aging or with disabilities such as low vision, blindness, dyslexia, reading and mobility impairments.  ATR provides Aging in Place Technology to keep individuals in their own homes and to connect to family and medical personnel.  We are able to evaluate individuals in their own homes and  provide real solutions at affordable prices.  Our solutions are created taking your physical and financial needs into account.  We are able to offer a range of solutions from simple (adapted utensils for home use) to complex (voice activation of lights, television, telephone, doors, computer systems, etc.
W175 N11163 Stonewood Dr., Suite 232
Germantown, WI  53022
Ph: 262-375-2020
Ph: 800-770-8474

HEAR Wisconsin, Inc.


Services at the Center for Communication, Hearing, and Deafness include:
  • Assistive technology assessments and sales
  • Audiology/hearing aid services
  • Auditory-verbal therapy
  • Communication strategies and speech reading
  • On-site consultation in the home, workplace, or medical facilities
  • Parent education workshops
  • Pre- and post-cochlear implant training
  • Sign language classes
  • Sign language interpreting services
  • Support
10243 W. National Avenue
West Allis, WI 53227
Ph: 414-604-2200
Ph: 414-604-7217 (TTY)

Medical Hearing Associates, LTD

Role & Services

Our audiologists provide a comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan for both hearing and balance needs.  Services to include hearing aid dispensing, tinnitus treatment, and assistive listening devices for special situations. "Improve your hearing, Improve you life."

620 E. Green Bay Avenue, Suite 110
Saukville, WI 53080
Ph: 262-268-1400
Fx: 262-268-1443


Tuesday and Thursday
9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Wisconsin Office for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Role & Services

Relay Number 711. Mission is to ensure that the variety of life’s choices and equal opportunities are available to all deaf, deaf/blind, and hard of hearing people. Provides leadership, information and assistance, education, and prevention through collaboration with customers and agencies, community outreach and education, and promotion of the utilization of qualified interpreters. If you have a question related to deaf or hard of hearing this is the place to call.

Caroline Ludka
Southeastern Regional Coordinator
Hear Wisconsin Building
10243 W. National Avenue
West Allis, WI  53227

Ph: 262-565-6349