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CaptionCall
4215 South Riverboat Road
Salt Lake City, UT 84123
US
Phone: 877-385-0936
Fax: 801-262-3182
Website: captioncall.com/provider
Email: CCSupport@captioncall.com

Get Started with CaptionCall: www.captioncall.com/provider


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Continuing Education

Hearing Loss & Aging: A Public Health Perspective
 CEU courses
Presented by Frank Lin, MD, PhD
Text/Transcript
Course: #326071 Hour
Hearing loss and cognition: This course will take a closer look at the role of hearing loss as a potentially modifiable risk factor in late-life for cognitive decline and dementia. It will also review research to explore the importance of treating hearing loss in older adults.

Hearing Loss & Aging: A Public Health Perspective
 CEU courses
Presented by Frank Lin, MD, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #326071 Hour
Hearing loss and cognition: This course will take a closer look at the role of hearing loss as a potentially modifiable risk factor in late-life for cognitive decline and dementia. It will also review research to explore the importance of treating hearing loss in older adults.

Improved Speech Understanding Using Closed Captioning on the Television and Telephone
 CEU courses
Presented by Teresa Baker
Text/Transcript
Course: #309121 Hour
This course discusses how Television Closed Captioning and Captioned Telephone Service have been shown to help those with hearing loss to have a better understanding of speech on the television and telephone.

Improved Speech Understanding Using Closed Captioning on the Television and Telephone
 CEU courses
Presented by Teresa Baker
Recorded Webinar
Course: #309121 Hour
This course discusses how Television Closed Captioning and Captioned Telephone Service have been shown to help those with hearing loss to have a better understanding of speech on the television and telephone.

An Updated Introduction to CaptionCall
 CEU courses
Presented by Hansen Phangia, BC-HIS
Recorded Webinar
Course: #309101 Hour
People with hearing loss are at a distinct disadvantage compared to people with normal hearing when communicating on the telephone. This course discusses eligibility requirements for patients to receive a captioning telephone from CaptionCall.

Videos

Eddy the Ear Visits a Hearing Specialist

May 1, 2018

Eddy visits a hearing specialist for the first time and discusses what he can expect during his appointment.

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Eddy the Ear: Breaking News

January 12, 2018

Eddy holds a press confernce to answer questions about his human's decision to seek a hearing specialist.

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Eddy the Ear: Effects of Untreated Hearing Loss

July 7, 2017

Eddy discusses the social, mental, and physical risks associated with untreated hearing loss.

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Eddy the Ear: How Hearing Works

May 3, 2017

Eddy gets personal as he talks about how the ear works in his own unique and entertaining way. He also touches on the different types of hearing loss.

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Eddy the Ear: Hearing Protection

April 5, 2017

CaptionCall is proud to introduce Eddy the Ear – the ‘ear-resistible’ star of our new video series, Conversations with Eddy the Ear. This series of entertaining short video segments...

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News

CaptionCall Phones Now Have Bluetooth

Low-Cost Internet Options for CaptionCall Users

CaptionCall, LLC Receives TIA-4953 Certification

CaptionCall Module v2.0 for Noah 4 Provides Ease in Certification for Hearing-Care Professionals

Articles

Hearing Loss & Aging: A Public Health Perspective
Frank Lin, MD, PhD

Improved Speech Understanding Using Closed Captioning on the Television and Telephone
Teresa Baker

The Importance of Television Closed Captioning and Captioned Telephone Service for People with Hearing Loss
Teresa Shipman, AuD

Ask the Expert

What are a Few Effective Communication Strategies?
Frank Lin, MD, PhD

Communicate Confidently with CaptionCall
Jeffrey Bradford

Does CaptionCall meet Telecommunications Industry Association Standards for Amplification?
Jeffrey Bradford

Can Captioned Telephones Help My Patients Who Use Cochlear Implants and Hearing Aids?
Jeffrey Bradford

How can CaptionCall Offer a Complimentary Phone and Free Captioning Service?
Jeffrey Bradford

How Does Sociality Impact Quality Aging?
Suzanne Robbins

Why is Hearing on the Phone so Difficult?
Jim Rollins, BC-HIS

Who Needs CaptionCall?
Jeffrey Bradford

Interviews

Access to the Telephone for People with Hearing Loss: CaptionCall’s Case Against the FCC
Bruce Peterson

Interview with Jeffrey Bradford, Director of Marketing, CaptionCall
Jeffrey Bradford

Resources

Jumpstart their journey with a system for satisfaction.

Jumpstart their journey with a system for satisfaction.

Cultivate patient loyalty

Here are three ways you can make your practice thrive using CaptionCall.

Equal opportunity enjoyment

Chances are, trouble having phone conversations is a familiar complaint among your patients.

The sound of satisfaction

Our captioning phone and service address one of patients’ top frustrations and can help you gain their loyalty.

Trust. It comes through loud and clear.

CaptionCall was the first company to advocate for no-cost equipment. We continue to innovate captioning technologies and personalized services. And our focus isalways people first.

How to Order CaptionCall

Order CaptionCall in 90 Seconds or LessThree Choices—One Easy StepTo order a complimentary CaptionCall phone for your eligible patients, use the certification submission process that works best for you: Option 1 – Use the Captio

Why Choose CaptionCall?

7 Compelling Reasons to Choose CaptionCall 1 – Captioning ExcellenceSmoothCaptionCall offers SilkScroll®—a patented feature that sends captions in smaller groupings of text to the phone’s screen for a remarkably smooth flow

Making the Case for Sociality

Hearing loss is one of the most common causes of social isolation in aging adults. Studies reveal that sociality is the first line of defense when it comes to quality aging.

WHITE PAPER: The Importance of Captioned Telephone Service in Meeting the Communication Needs of People With Hearing Loss.

Captioned phones offer a valuable functional solution for about 16 million people.

CaptionCall: Professional Certification Form

Use this certification form to certify that the qualified patient has hearing loss and requires the CaptionCall service to use the telephone in a manner that is functionally equivalent to a fully hearing person.

Learn more about CaptionCall and how to get started.

CaptionCall can help your patients use the phone—with confidence!

CaptionCall: The Impact of Hearing Loss on Our Health

There may be a direct link between staying socially connected and our overall health, research shows. This confirms what many healthcare professionals have believed for years, that aging adults who stay socially connected live longer, happier,...

CaptionCall: Red-carpet Services

Learn how easy it is to work with CaptionCall and their Red-carpet service program.