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July 14, 2016

Caption Studies Conference August 1 & 2
Online Free And Captioned Too
Don't Wait Or Hesitate
Don't  Be Late Or Miss The Date

Register Now And Tune In From Anyplace On The Days
Make Note Of Conference Time Zone (PDT) And Your Own

First Conference Like This Ever!

Happy to be part of it with many CCAC members and others with thanks to CCAC member GZ who is Conference Chair, Western Oregon University, Strada Captioning, and all others involved and presenting

Go To Now to read about it, see the two day schedule, presenters page, and find the easy to submit registration form

– Place To Be For Captioning Advocacy

Any Questions: CCACaptioning@Gmail.Com




An online survey is being conducted by the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Telecommunications Access at Gallaudet University to learn about the experiences of adults who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have hearing loss, and who use Captioned Telephone Services. The goal of the survey is to help inform the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) about the use of captioned telephones.

The RERC on Telecommunications Access at Gallaudet University would like to thank all the individuals who have already taken its Captioned Telephone Service Survey.  Your responses are very important and will be shared with the FCC once they are analyzed.  Anyone who has not yet taken the survey and meets the participation criteria is encouraged to do so.

The survey will remain open through Friday, March 8, 2013.
Individuals interested in participating:

1.    must be 18 years of age or older, and
2.    must be deaf, hard of hearing, or have a hearing loss.

The study takes approximately 10 minutes. You will be asked questions about your hearing loss, your hearing device use, the captioned telephone service and equipment you use for personal and work related calls, and your experience using this type of telephone and service.

If you would like to participate in this online survey, please go to

This study has been approved by the Gallaudet University Institutional Review Board.

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Reel Abilities Film Festival Screening (Updated 1/30/2013) 5:39 PM

Click to view or print the event flyer


FILM: Silent Games
74 minutes | Hebrew with English subtitles
Tuesday, February 12 | 7:00PM | George Mason University Hillel
4400 University Drive (Research Hall, Room 163), Fairfax, VA 22030

Free.  To RSVP, e-mail -

Silent Games is a documentary about the Israeli Deaf Soccer Team – you won’t believe the amazing stories of each player, the camaraderie, and what it takes for the team to compete in the 2007 World Championships!

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Project Endeavor

If you can’t quite hear everything on the telephone, the CapTel phone could be for you! For a limited time, qualified applicants can receive a discounted CapTel 840i phone thanks to CSD’s Federal Grant: Project Endeavor! Contact us at 800-233-9130 to find out if you qualify!

  • CapTel 840i (for individuals with high speed Internet) - Captioned Telephone that works with your current Internet service and landline telephone service. Act now and pay only $20 for the Captioned Telephone!
  • CapTel 840i + Sprint Cradle Point Internet Service, includes a 2 year service plan (for individuals without Internet service)

Internet service and the CapTel phone bundled together, for people who don't already have Internet service. Act now and pay only $50 for everything!

TO APPLY - PLEASE CALL WCI AT 1-800-233-9130


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