Video relay provides phone use for people with hearing impairments

Recently developed video-relay technology is allowing people with hearing impairments to communicate over videophone using American Sign Language, which is translated by ASL interpreters into voice at nationwide relay centers. At a recent conference in Utah, a Gallaudet University professor emphasized that the effectiveness of the technology depends on properly trained and qualified ASL translators.

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