Posts Categorized: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community

How To Increase Action At Your Conference With Captioning

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If you are planning a conference and looking for a way to boost attendance, or increase the levels of comprehension and engagement among those already in attendance, one thing to consider is the addition of captioning or CART services to the event. More often than not, people do not think to include captioning services at conferences or… Read more »

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How Your University or School Can Help the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Student Population

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How does your organization accommodate those that are deaf or hard-of-hearing? One important area in which our services at Scott Realtime Reporting are used is in the field of education. For students who are deaf or hard of hearing, providing them with CART and captioning services, like those that we offer, inside the classroom or lecture hall can truly make all the difference… Read more »

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Is Your Organization Ignoring Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Individuals?

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Running a business can be a blur. There are so many things to keep in mind. It always seems like small details can slip through the cracks. There are so many things to keep in mind when running a business or organization that, every now and then, some seemingly small details might slip through the… Read more »

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5 Reasons to Use CART Services in the Classroom

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How does CART work? A steno machine, laptop computer, and realtime software is used to create an instant speech to text translation onto a computer screen. This service is a great aide for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing, especially in the education setting. Here are five great benefits: ·  Equal opportunity access… Read more »

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