Speech-to-text services, delivered either remotely or onsite, can make the spoken word accessible to students, teachers, parents, grandparents, and siblings, (not to mention potential donors) who are deaf or hard of hearing. Because hearing loss is so prevalent in the United States (its incidence doubles with each decade of life) it can significantly impact your audience’s enjoyment of this once-in-a-lifetime event. You go to a lot of trouble to make your school’s graduation ceremonies worthy of the milestone they celebrate. Imagine how excited people with hearing loss will be when they are able to fully follow every word that gets said, and the positive impression they will have of your school.
Want to know more? The Alternative Communication Services (ACS) white paper Communication Access for Graduation Ceremonies will demystify the process and start you on your way to providing communication access to everyone. ACS Business Development Manager Valerie Stafford-Mallis will be happy to send you a copy. Please email your request to Valerie@acscaptions.com .