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Hearing screening: United States, January 6, 2013

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fully implemented)Alaska (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Wyoming (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)West Virginia (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Wisconsin (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Wisconsin (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Washington (Not universally required by law or rule)Washington (Not universally required by law or rule)Washington (Not universally required by law or rule)Vermont (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Virginia (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Virginia (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Utah (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Texas (Not universally required by law or rule)Texas (Not universally required by law or rule)Tennessee (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)South Dakota (Not universally required by law or rule)South Carolina (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Rhode Island (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Rhode Island (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Pennsylvania (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Oregon (Not universally required by law or rule)Oklahoma (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Ohio (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)New York (Not universally required by law or rule)New York (Not universally required by law or rule)Nevada (Not universally required by law or rule)New Mexico (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)New Jersey (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)New Hampshire (Not universally required by law or rule)Nebraska (Not universally required by law or rule)North Dakota (Not universally required by law or rule)North Carolina (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)North Carolina (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Montana (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Mississippi (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Missouri (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Minnesota (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Michigan (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Michigan (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Michigan (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Maine (Not universally required by law or rule)Maryland (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Massachusetts (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Massachusetts (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Louisiana (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Kentucky (Not universally required by law or rule)Kansas (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Indiana (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Illinois (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Idaho (Not universally required by law or rule)Iowa (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Georgia (Not universally required by law or rule)Florida (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Florida (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Florida (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Florida (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Delaware (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)District of Columbia (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Connecticut (Universally required by law or rule and fully implemented)Colorado (Not universally required by law or rule)California (Not universally required by law or rule)California (Not universally required by law or rule)Arizona (Not universally required by law or 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• Currently 34 states and the District of Columbia, representing approximately 56% of live births in the United States, screen for Hearing screening. 
• In the United States, screening for the 31 core newborn screening conditions is not universally required by rule or law and fully implemented in any state. 

Footnotes

  • HEAR = Hearing loss
  • Without early testing, most babies with hearing loss are not diagnosed until 2 or 3 years of age. By this time, they often have delayed speech and language development. Early diagnosis allows use of hearing aids by 6 months of age, helping prevent serious speech and language problems.

Source

  • National Newborn Screening and Genetics Resource Center.
  • Retrieved April 24, 2014, from www.marchofdimes.com/peristats.