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Hearing Screenings When an infant does not pass hearing screening, more testing needs to be done. Families may be sent to their local county health department. Testing at the health department is offered at no cost. If a baby has a hearing problem, help is available to the family through the Sooner Start early intervention program or other special programs for infants and toddlers with hearing loss.
If you have questions about hearing, hearing screening, hearing testing, or about services for infants and children with hearing loss, call the newborn hearing screening program. The toll-free number is 800-766-2223.
If you would like to schedule an appointment to have your infant or child's (under 3) hearing screened, please call 580-223-9705.
Check existing Car Seat for Safety & Installation.
Car Seats provided.
Child must be on public assistance.
Limit one seat per child.
Note: Funding allows only one car seat to be provided per child. Seats cannot be provided for multiple vehicles or multiple caregivers. Exceptions are child has outgrown seat provided previously, current seat is unsafe or foster care.
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