On November 25, 2013, the support and availability of the Hamilton CapTel App for BlackBerry will be discontinued. If you attempt to log into your account using the Hamilton CapTel App for BlackBerry, you will receive a message stating that the app is no longer supported.
RESEARCH STUDY ON THE BENEFITS OF POST-IMPLANTATION TRAINING INVITES ADULT COCHLEAR IMPLANT USERS TO PARTICIPATE
The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Telecommunications Access at Gallaudet University is conducting an online survey to learn about the experiences of adults who are hard of hearing, deaf or have hearing loss in their use of voice telecommunications technology in the U.S. (regular telephones, cell phones, captioned phones, Skype, etc.).
Our goal is to better understand how such adults use current voice telecommunications technology, what barriers they face using it, and what needs they have for improved accessibility.
The Commission has received information that consumers using Internet Protocol Captioned Telephone Relay Services (IP CTS) may have received calls from one or more persons purporting to be from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), requesting the consumers to schedule a visit to the consumer’s home regarding the consumer’s IP CTS phone.
Jacob Landis Comes Home after Hitting a Home Run for Hearing Loss
Annapolis, MD – October 2, 2013