Trouble Using the Phone Due to Hearing Loss?
CaptionCall can help.
CaptionCall is part of a federally funded program to support people with hearing loss ‐ including U.S. veterans. See how our no-cost captioning can make your phone calls better.
Veterans can use a CaptionCall phone to read and hear phone conversations. It works just like a regular landline phone with the advantage of real-time captions.
Veterans can enjoy live captioning on your mobile devices, too! CaptionCall Mobile displays captions right on the screen. Take your phone calls anywhere — at home or away.
Telephone captioning transcribes phone calls so you can understand every detail. CaptionCall is a federally funded service for people whose hearing loss necessitates the use of captioning.
CaptionCall is part of a federally funded program to benefit people with hearing loss that need captioning to use the phone effectively. This fund pays the total cost of service for qualified users. We're pleased to offer it to veterans.
Follow the conversation
Patented SilkScroll® technology smoothly captions and displays what your callers say on a large, easy-to-read screen.
Turn up the sound
Users can adjust volume and frequency to fit your hearing needs. CaptionCall phones meet TIA-4953 amplification standards.
Get voice messages
Use the built-in answering machine or one users already have.
Get hands-free with speakerphone
CaptionCall RealSound audio processing minimizes voice distortions.
Save your conversations
Look back at appointment times, directions, and favorite calls!
Find numbers easily
Touch the screen to dial recent calls or saved contacts.
FROM ONE VETERAN TO ANOTHER
Don, a WWII veteran, learned about CaptionCall at the VA hospital.
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If you were to guess the top disabilities suffered by the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces, you might say post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or serious muscle injury.
When some military troops return home, they may suffer from hearing loss created by noise exposure while serving. Hearing loss can create barriers for these troops reconnecting to society or family members.
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