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News Articles for 12/2017

4 Helpful Ways to Make Driving While Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing Easier

Posted by Admin on Dec 28, 2017

4 Helpful Ways to Make Driving While Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing Easier

First, let’s dispel a common myth: people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing CAN drive, and many are excellent drivers. Laws passed in all 50 states guarantee the right to drive. However, it’s important to take precautions to keep everyone safe on the road.  

Here are 4 helpful ways to make driving while deaf or hard-of-hearing easier.

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A History of Captioning: Where It Started and Where It’s Going

Posted by Admin on Dec 14, 2017

A History of Captioning: Where It Started and Where It’s Going

Ever since Samuel Morse invented the telegraph in 1837, we’ve been using machines for long-distance communication.

But it wasn’t until the 1950s that captioning for deaf and hard-of-hearing people became mainstream in the film industry – and we had to wait for the Telecommunications Act of 1982 for mandated telephone access for all.   

When you look at it that way, captioned services have come a long way in 35 years.

Let’s see how far we’ve come. Take a look back on the history of captioning.

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5 Ways for Hard-of-Hearing People to Navigate Working in the Service Industry

Posted by Admin on Dec 04, 2017

5 Ways for Hard-of-Hearing People to Navigate Working in the Service Industry

If you’re hard-of-hearing, it’s no secret that communicating can be difficult – especially on the job. As with every other part of your life, it’s important not to let these challenges stand in the way of accomplishing your goals. Everyone deserves a rewarding career that they love. That includes you!   

Here are 5 ways for hard-of-hearing people to navigate working in the service industry.  

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