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Telecommunications Access Survey of Adults who are Hard of Hearing, Deaf or have Hearing Loss

The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Telecommunications Access at Gallaudet University is conducting a survey to learn about the experiences of adults who are hard of hearing, deaf or have hearing loss in their use of voice telecommunications technology.

Our goal is to better understand how such adults use current voice telecommunications technology, what barriers they face using it and what needs they have for improved accessibility.

To take this survey you:

  1. must be an adult (18 years or older)
  2. have a hearing loss and
  3. use voice telecommunications regularly (at least once a week).

For the purposes of this survey, voice telecommunications means that you both listen and talk for yourself during telephone calls, even if you also supplement your listening experience by using text (for example, relay or captioning) to read what the other person on the call is saying while you listen.

Take the survey here:

The Gallaudet University Institutional Review Board has approved this study.





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