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CapTel Helps You Re-Connect

In News by CapTel

While every individual’s hearing journey is unique, the most common concern people with hearing loss share is the fear of losing touch with the important people in their lives. When you are not able to hear well – especially over … Read More

Pop-up Hearing Technology Problems

In News by Linda Bilodeau

It happened again this morning. I was watching a news video on my iPad when I noticed my husband moving his lips. He was trying to talk to me but hooked up to my pad, I couldn’t hear him. Let … Read More

What You Don’t Hear in Restaurants

In News by Linda Bilodeau

I can’t remember the last time I heard a waiter or waitress in a restaurant. Ten years? Maybe longer? My husband and I eat out at least once a week, sometimes more. We tend to frequent the same restaurants, our … Read More

Hearing Consideration

In News by Linda Bilodeau

It’s always a pleasure to run into people who understand my hearing predicament. Last Thursday was one such day. I arrived at a neighborhood community meeting early and was lucky enough to get a front row seat. As I was … Read More

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RIT/NTID students honored for excellence in business studies

In News by Cynthia Moynihan

Three deaf and hard-of-hearing students in business-related majors at Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf received a new scholarship funded by the Frank B. Sullivan Memorial Foundation. The recipients are Jacob Schwall, a new media marketing major from Fishers, … Read More