Annual Data Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Program
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Progress in Action
More and more deaf and hard of hearing babies are being identified early.
In 2000 – 855 babies identified as deaf or hard of hearing.
In 2005 – 2634 babies identified as deaf or hard of hearing.
In 2014 – 6163 babies identified as deaf or hard of hearing.
Please click on the following links to see annual EHDI data including national summaries by year, and summaries by jurisdictions for key data items, including, screening, diagnosis, and enrollment in early intervention.
* Please Note:
- Data for years 1999 – 2004 and 2005 and later were collected using different surveys and methods. As a result the data for years 1999 – 2004 is not directly comparable to the data for year 2005 and later.
- Information collected by CDC EHDI reflects data that states and territories have actually documented without any estimation. As a result, data reported by CDC EHDI may differ from other national sources.
Please click on the following links to see summaries of EHDI data items across several years.
Please click on the following links to see EHDI data-related articles.
- Page last reviewed: July 21, 2017
- Page last updated: July 21, 2017
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