Getting support is that simple.
TSHA provides interpreters across the entire state of Oklahoma in person and virtually. We also provide a full deaf services team to assist deaf and hard of hearing with filling out paperwork, advocacy or any help in general. Get involved with the many events we have year round!
Does your client, patient, student or yourself need an interpreter? We provide in person and virtual interpreters to fit your needs. We’ve got you covered!
Toll Free : (888) 311-3523
Are you Deaf or Hard of Hearing an need some assistance with paperwork or have a situation where you need extra support? Give us a call or email us today!
Video Phone : (918) 925-9760
We have sign language classes year round, monthly silent dinner, charity gala, 5K and more! We are currently shifting most events virtual due to COVID-19 and to keep you safe. Volunteer with us from your home or in person just reach out.
Empower Deaf and Hard of Hearing Oklahomans
With your help, we can continue to serve those with hearing loss of any age in Oklahoma. Financial support is key to TSHA’s success with 90 cents of every dollar going directly to client services. Your donation enables staff to provide thousands of hours of service annually to individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
Our Upcoming Events
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We meet monthly at different locations due to COVID-19 restrictions. Silent Dinner is where the deaf community and it's supports get together to practice sign language, meet Deaf and Hard of Hearing community and make new friends!
For more info contact: email@example.com
Learn about the amazing language our deaf and hard of hearing community use to communicate: American Sign language! Our classes start in June!
For more info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Drive thru on December 5 at 2-3:30pm at Asbury Tulsa. Children will get stockings with goodies, crafts and surprises. This is a free event for all children, families of those with hearing loss.
Making a Difference Together
TSHA’s goal is to increase the independence of people with hearing loss. TSHA is a non-profit, Tulsa Area United Way member agency with 50+ years of experience in providing information and support programs for those who have a hearing loss. TSHA also provides services for interested individuals: family, employers, employees, and those wanting to learn sign language.
Deaf/Hard of Hearing clients our interpreters served in 2019.
TSHA was started by parents of Deaf/Hard of Hearing children.
Serving Deaf and Hard of hearing 365 days a year!