Do you want to make your audio, videos, podcasts, webinars, events, classes, work meetings accessible, but not sure how? Are you overwhelmed with trying to figure out which communication access providers to choose? Do you want to learn about best captioning practices for videos and living events?
Audio Accessibility provides customized consulting services to organizations and individuals.
Typical assignments include but are not limited to:
- Improving the scope and impact of your online media efforts via good quality captions and transcripts;
- Improving the quality of communication access services for your webinars, work meetings, and live events with real-time captioning, sign language interpreting, cued speech transliteration, oral interpreting, notetaking;
- Providing you or your organization with deafness awareness workshops to help you better understand the communication needs and abilities of people with various degrees of deafness and improve your targeted marketing to this 20% of the US population;
- Speaking at your events or conferences to give your attendees an opportunity to better understand about deaf and hard of hearing people by listening to presentations signed by the experienced deaf speaker, voiced by interpreters, and captioned in real time.
Check testimonials about our past consulting services and speaking engagements.
Who are the clients we service:
- Media Producers (podcasts, videos, webinars): Many videos on corporate and educational websites are not captioned. Many YouTube videos have auto captioning feature turned on which is not of acceptable quality. So we provide deafness awareness workshops, training on captioning best practices, quality check on videos that have been captioned.
- Event organizers: We educate event organizers about making their events more meaningful to deaf and hard of hearing attendees by providing them a two-hour workshop. Additionally, we help them with setting and arranging good quality communication access services (captioning and interpreting) to improve effectiveness of the events.
- Employers: We educate EEO directors and department managers about making their work environment friendly to deaf and hard of hearing employees by providing them a two-hour workshop on increasing productivity and communication.
- Educators: We educate university disability office directors, university EEO directors, and professors about making the educational process more accessible to deaf and hard of hearing students, employees, and visitors by providing them a two-hour workshop.
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