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All posts categorized: Accessibility + Advocacy

For Real-Time Captioning Exec. Joe Duarte, Accessibility Requires High-Tech and Low-Tech Approaches

Guest blogger Joe Duarte, Co-CEO of mobile phone captioning app InnoCaption, reflects on his experiences growing up with a hearing loss, overcoming professional obstacles and playing a pivotal role in the advancement of technology that has expanded communication access for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. By Joe Duarte, Co-CEO, InnoCaption So much […]

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Google Accessibility Apps for People with Hearing Loss

CHC Partners with Google Accessibility Team At the Center for Hearing and Communication, we embrace a vision of communication without limits for all people with hearing loss. Since technology is central to the expansion of communication access, we are dedicated to keeping you informed of any and all tech innovations we think can help you […]

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Tips for Celebrating the Holidays with a Child with Hearing Loss

Make the Most of This Special Time Janick Hickman, MS, is a mental health counselor with the Center for Hearing and Communication in Broward County, Florida. Are you planning to celebrate the holidays this year with a child with hearing loss? Perhaps your own child, a niece, nephew or grandchild? Make the most of this […]

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