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Five Tips for the ClearCaptions App – Your Guide to Mobile Captions

Hearing Technology

Five Tips for the ClearCaptions App – Your Guide to Mobile Captions

You’re running your daily errands and your cell phone rings. Instead of letting it go to voicemail, you confidently pick it up. It’s your son… Read More

Let’s Talk About Caption Phones and the Benefits

Hearing Technology

Let’s Talk About Caption Phones and the Benefits

ClearCaptions is a captioned telephone service provider that helps people whose hearing loss makes it difficult to use the phone. Hearing loss affects 430 million… Read More

Messages, Contacts and More – Your Guide to Using a Caption Phone

Hearing Technology

Messages, Contacts and More – Your Guide to Using a Caption Phone

There it is–black finish, large touch screen display and easy-to-use functions. A flashing white light illuminates on your home caption phone and alerts you to… Read More

7 Tips for the Best Captioning Experience

Hearing Technology

7 Tips for the Best Captioning Experience

Make the most out of your captioned calls Do you find yourself asking people to repeat themselves during a conversation more times than you’d like… Read More

Technology Tips for Seniors

Hearing Technology

Technology Tips for Seniors

These days, technology moves fast! There is always something “new!” and “revolutionary!” being reported on, and no matter what your age, it’s easy to feel… Read More

Captioned Calls on Your Tablet Device? You Bet!

Hearing Technology

Captioned Calls on Your Tablet Device? You Bet!

Rrr-inggg! Rrr-inggg! Ah, remember that magnetic bell? That rotary dial? That brilliant harvest gold body? It was the modern miracle that hung prominently on the… Read More

FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITS ANYONE BUT REGISTERED USERS WITH HEARING LOSS FROM USING INTERNET PROTOCOL (IP) CAPTIONED TELEPHONES WITH THE CAPTIONS TURNED ON. IP Captioned Telephone Service may use a live operator. The operator generates captions of what the other party to the call says. These captions are then sent to your phone. There is a cost for each minute of captions generated, paid from a federally administered fund.