Local Captioning Company Opens Communication Barriers
Does this sound familiar:
>> Can you repeat that, please?
>> What did they just say?
Have you ever wished that you could take closed captioning technology wherever you go? Well, just by logging onto the internet, now you can!
Realtime captioners/CART providers also can bring their portable captioning equipment to your classroom, business meeting, studio, appointments, or other events.
Realtime Captioning (RTC) or Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) produces live captioning of an event and is viewed in REALTIME via smartphone, tablet, laptop, Jumbotron, monitor, closed circuit television, desktop, or other media (also available — captioning/subtitling for educational videos or lectures).
Established in 2004, DIANA BRANDIN REALTIME CAPTIONING, OnPoint Captions, has assisted schools, organizations, and individuals with ADA compliance by providing RTC and CART services for persons who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, late-deafened, or English-language learners to have equal access to the spoken word along with nearly verbatim notes of an event.
If you desire RTC/CART when in class, at a business meeting with colleagues, conducting or attending an appointment or meeting (especially with audience participation), you owe it to yourself to try RTC if you discern that you have missed parts of what was said.
For free demos of RTC and CART services (onsite/remote) please contact us to experience equal access to your world! For more information visit our website: OnPointCaptions.com or email us at: email@example.com.
Also, a FIRST for a local senior comedy show – live captioning! “Senior Comedy Afternoons” will take place Sunday, Sept. 22, at 2:15 p.m. at Sportsmen’s Lodge. For more information, please visit: seniorcomedyafternoons.com.