It comes through loud and clear.
There’s a reason more than 12,000 hearing care professionals recommend CaptionCall for their patients. CaptionCall was the first company to advocate for no-cost equipment. We continue to innovate captioning technologies and personalized services. And our focus is always people first.
CaptionCall is a federally funded service for people whose hearing loss requires captioning for them to effectively use the phone.
Five Female Audiology Pioneers
By Abby Pence
CaptionCall honors these five female champions who blazed a trail in the field of hearing healthcare.
Making CaptionCall Easy for Your Patients:
CaptionCall customers can find short, easy video instructions for things like Wi-Fi connectivity, how to setup contacts, and more in this helpful video series.
Diversity in Audiology: How to Effect Change for Future Professionals
by Abby Pence
CaptionCall takes a look at the lack of diversity in audiology, and how the hearing health industry can effect change for the future.
No longer use a landline?
The CaptionCall Mobile App is available at no cost for those with hearing loss that need captions to use the phone effectively. Our mobile app effectively supports Apple IOS 11 devices or later as well as Android 7 devices or later.
Refer patients with ease
We make it easy to request CaptionCall for your eligible hearing-impaired patients in three different ways. You can order the captioning phone and service using your OMS, submit our form online, or send a PDF. There is no cost to you or your patients, and CaptionCall will contact your patient directly to arrange for delivery, installation, and in-home training as part of our renowned Red Carpet Service.
Email, fax, or mail
Do you work at the Veterans Administration? Click here to refer.
CaptionCall offers learning opportunities and scholarships for hearing care professionals, staff, and students. Learn more about available learning resources.
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