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Relay Services on the Internet for the Deaf - Deafness - About.com
There are two types of relay services: traditional and broadband, high speed video. Traditional relay services have all communication in text only, through a TTY ...
http://deafness.about.com/cs/relayservices/a/internetrelay.htm
Video Relay Services Consumer Association - Deafness - About.com
Jan 10, 2009 ... As the video relay service (VRS) industry grew, an organization was founded to objectively represent the interests of video relay service ...
http://deafness.about.com/od/relayservices/a/vrsca.htm
Jobs - Getting Employment as a Telecommunications Relay ...
Jan 1, 2014 ... Working as a text relay services operator or video relay service (VRS) interpreter can offer a qualified hearing person flexibility as relay services ...
http://deafness.about.com/od/relayservices/f/relayjobs.htm
What is Video Relay Service? - Assistive Technology - About.com
Video relay service (VRS) enables deaf callers to converse with hearing persons through an interpreter who translates signed words into speech. SignVideo ...
http://assistivetechnology.about.com/od/ATCAT2/f/What-Is-Video-Relay-Service.htm
Purple VRS Gives Deaf Callers Equal Telecom Access
Purple Communications gives deaf callers telecom access through its video relay service, sign language interpreters, and public placement of videophones.
http://assistivetechnology.about.com/od/ATCAT2/p/Purple-Communications-Video-Relay-Service-Gives-Deaf-Equal-Telecom-Access.htm
Relay Services - Definition of Relay Services - Deafness - About.com
Nov 24, 2007 ... Quick definition of what is a relay service for the deaf and hard of hearing. ... relays through instant messaging, websites, TTYs, or video relays ...
http://deafness.about.com/od/relayservices/g/relays.htm
Purple's Diana Herron Says VRS Opens Worlds for Deaf & HOH
Purple Communications' customer care director Diana Herron discusses how video relay service increases career options for deaf and hard-of-hearing persons.
http://assistivetechnology.about.com/od/ATCAT2/a/Video-Relay-Increases-Career-Opportunities-For-Deaf-And-Hard-Of-Hearing.htm
What Is a Sign Language Interpreter Salary Like?
In Alpharetta, Georgia, the average salary of a video relay service interpreter is $40,000. In Washington, DC, the average is a bit higher: $44,000. However, in ...
http://deafness.about.com/od/becominganinterpreter/f/interpreter_salary.htm
Captioning - Interpreters - Assistive Listening Devices - Relay ...
Jul 3, 2004 ... Relay Services. Internet Relay Services Many text and video relay services are available over the Internet. Speech to Text Transcription.
http://deafness.about.com/od/articlesandnewsletters/a/accessibility.htm
Video Remote Interpreting - Communication Through ... - Deafness
Jan 12, 2008 ... Although at first glance they may look the same, there is a difference between Video Relay Services (VRS) and VRI. The key difference is that ...
http://deafness.about.com/od/interpreting/qt/videoremoteterp.htm
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