State Resources: Find Programs & Services

We have put together a list of resources for your use, with communication access, health, education, and social support in mind. If you wish to add a new resource or make corrections, you can contact us here. If you’ve been frustrated by the lack of resources for living as a Deaf senior elsewhere, you’ve come to the right place.


Apache ASL Trails

Apache ASL Trails

Cardinal Capital Management, Inc. protects and preserves affordable housing for low- and moderate-income households. We achieve our vision by providing asset, property, and construction management services and forming partnerships with mission-driven organizations to develop affordable housing. Cardinal Capital is committed to providing accessible housing for everyone and has developed projects throughout the country with that mission in mind. Including projects with amenities useful to deaf or hard of hearing individuals, such as Apache ASL Trails and Water Tower View, and Cardinal Capital is currently working with groups in New Mexico and New Jersey to develop two more. Click here for more information on Water Tower View in Wisconsin. LOCATION: 2428 East Apache Boulevard, Tempe, Arizona 85281 Videophone: 480-305-0221 WEBSITE:







New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

North Carolina

North Dakota


Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota





Welcome to Washington State Deaf Senior Citizens, Inc. In November 2014,  WSDSC formed to work together with Deaf Seniors of America (DSA) and other state organizations to make a better life for our seniors.WSDSC is a nonprofit organization, which serves as an advocate for the Deaf seniors by providing information and education programs designed to enhance their physical, economic and social well-being, and promote the common interests of Deaf seniors. Deaf senior citizens in the state of Washington receive the best possible communication access and benefits of any and all means of health, education and social support enriching their golden years. Officers and Regional Representatives meet with members at the Annual General Meeting twice a year. Meeting places are arranged in various cities throughout Washington in order to meet and socialize with members unable to travel far from their town. Workshops, activities and special events are planned and announced through our newsletters, emailed to members frequently throughout the year. Anyone who is 50 years of age or over is invited to become a member of WSDSC for only $20 for 2 years. Financial support or donations are tax-exempted as defined by IRS. Website:

Washington DC

West Virginia