Category Archives: real time captioning

What I Need & What You Want Me to Have

Recently, new statistics were released and to many they were surprising.  It seems previous estimates of the number of Americans who have hearing loss, that is who are Deaf (culturally deaf), deaf or Hard of Hearing were low.  Those who … Continue reading 

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The Law of Unintended Benefits, Part II

Some years ago I attended a day-long seminar with a friend.  My friend is visually impaired and brought with her a portable closed circuit TV that sat on the table in front of her.  With it she was able to … Continue reading 

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