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At this time the SC Equipment Distribution Program office is closed to the public due to COVID-19. Our office will be available by appointment only.  Please feel free to call our office for any assistance you may need regarding equipment or questions you may have. We will do our best to assist you.  You may also reach out via email. Our contact information can be found at the bottom of this page.


SCEDP News Articles

SCEDP Uses UV Rays to Sanitize Equipment During COVID-19

To better protect consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic, the SCEDP has acquired a new decontamination chamber for equipment. This “UV-Box” will be used to sanitize returned equipment and other items so they can be redistributed to consumers safely.

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Dual Party Relay Fund Closed Captioning (PDF)

The South Carolina Dual Party Relay Fund provides Real Time Closed Captioning on the following SC television stations. Please check out the listed times and days.  Read More (PDF)


June 2015 (PDF)

Communicating with Hearing Loss (PDF)

Communication is vital to our everyday lives. We use it to form relationships, to learn, and to manage our way through the world. Living well with hearing loss may mean adapting the way you communicate. Learning successful communication strategies after hearing loss can give you the tools you need to keep relationships healthy and to feel connected to the world. Here are some ideas for communicating successfully with your hearing loss.  Read More (PDF)

Hearing Technology Today (PDF)

Hearing loss can make it difficult to communicate in a satisfying way. Fortunately, advances in digital technology can help lower communication barriers by amplifying sounds to make them clearer and to compensate for frequency-range losses. A qualified audiologist can help you choose the best equipment options to fit your specific needs.  Read More (PDF)

The Ear Remembers (PDF)

Your inner ear remembers sounds even after the sound has ended, according to Dr. Alfred L. Nuttall of the Oregon Hearing Research Center. The sound vibrations are stored in the inner ear as “after-vibrations.” What’s interesting about this finding is that even minor hearing loss can cause a major decrease in after-vibrations.  Read More (PDF)