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CSD’s COVID-19 Hotline, Powered by Connect Direct was Recognized Alongside Apple-iOS 14 and Accessible Pharmacy Services for the Blind.
Gridcheck, the full-featured scheduling tool designed for organizations to more efficiently monitor and manage the schedules of multiple accessibility service providers, joins Vineya, a scheduling platform designed to empower Deaf customers by prioritizing their communication preferences, bringing accessibility providers and Deaf and hard-of-hearing consumers closer together than ever before.
As part of their ongoing commitment to accessibility, Comcast has figured out a way to provide fully inclusive customer support assistance to their Deaf and hard-of-hearing customers. To this day, he said, there are no language interpreters at White House press briefings.
“We’ve seen a lot of mayors, a lot of governors that have included that practice momentarily and have been very responsive,” Soukup told Cheddar. “We’ve had some challenges in creating that same awareness in the White House.”
Watch these videos in ASL to learn more about how Google partnered with Connect Direct to provide customer service in American Sign Language.
As the impact of the pandemic began to spread across the country earlier this year, Comcast announced a 60-day plan that would help keep Americans connected to the Internet during these unprecedented times. This relief plan included free Wi-Fi, cancellation of late fees, free educational content and more.
Over the past 60 days, new concerns and problems have impacted our communities as a result of the pandemic. Because of this, Comcast has revisited and updated their commitment to support the community during these uncertain times.
Watch these videos in ASL to learn more about how Comcast partnered with Connect Direct to provide customer service in American Sign Language.
In order to help spread information and curb misinformation, a team of deaf agents fluent in ASL have been trained to provide information about coronavirus.
Like most people around the world, the coronavirus pandemic has changed Nanette Harmon’s life. But there’s one difference. While all her other senses are alert to the rapid changes around her, she cannot hear — and so misses out on important news and updates about the crisis.