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Telephones and Cell Phones for People with Hearing Loss
Can You Hear Me Now? Telephones and Cell Phones for People with Hearing Loss September 27, 2012 1:30 - 3:00 PM E.T.
People with hearing loss often find it difficult and frustrating to communicate by telephone. This webinar will examine Hearing Assistive Technology (HAT) which can improve telephone communication for people with hearing loss. Become familiar with available telephone options for both landline and cell phones in order to evaluate which technology will work for you or someone you know! Presented by Ann Liming and Elizabeth Kobylak, Hearing Technology Resource Specialists with the Hearing Loss Association of Michigan and Michelle Seybert, UCP of Michigan.
Recording of the webinar (We are sorry, this recording will no longer load the slide show. Only the recorded text chat and the audio will play. To see the slides, you can follow along with the PowerPoint linked above. Slide changes are announced in the audio.)
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