Sign-up to Share CaptionCall
To start sharing CaptionCall with your clients or residents, simply click the ‘Sign Up Now’ button below and complete the online form. A CaptionCall representative will then contact you to schedule a brief consultation and provider you with client brochures.
Why Offer CaptionCall
When you share CaptionCall, you solve a real problem in the lives of your clients or residents by helping them use the phone again with confidence. Ultimately, you are helping them to stay socially engaged for a longer, happier, healthier life.
No Cost with Professional Certification
To qualify for the free CaptionCall phone and service, your clients must obtain certification from a hearing-care or healthcare professional indicating they have hearing loss and need CaptionCall to communicate effectively by phone. See a generic sample of the Professional Certification Form by clicking the button below.
Anyone who has trouble using the telephone due to hearing loss is a possible candidate for CaptionCall. There is no predetermined decibel threshold to qualify. Your clients must have a certified hearing loss as described above.
- To use the CaptionCall phone, qualified individuals will need a private standard phone line and internet connection – not shared lines.
- To use CaptionCall Mobile, they will need a CaptionCall account, an Apple iPad 2 or later, and a Wi-Fi or cellular internet connection.
We go the extra mile to make sure your clients or residents receive our legendary red-carpet service. We recognize that older adults are often uncomfortable with new technology, so we do everything possible to make it easy and stress-free for them to get started with CaptionCall.
Who Can Certify Hearing Loss
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) accepts certification of hearing loss from the following professionals:
- Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists
- Family Physicians
- General Practice Physicians
- Hearing Instrument Specialists
- Internal Medicine Specialists
- Nurse Practitioners
- Physician Assistants
Hearing-care professionals and their patients discuss CaptionCall.
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