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Speech to Speech: Speech Communications Assistance By Telephone, Inc

Last Update:9/5/2017
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Address:Speech Communications Assistance By Telephone, Inc
515 P Street #207
Sacramento, CA 95814
County:Nationwide
Phone:916-448-5517
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Website:www.speechtospeech.org
Mission
We are the consumer organization that advocates for Speech-to-Speech (STS). STS is a telephone relay service for people with speech disabilities. We are in the process of changing our name to Speech Communication Technology (SCT) to reflect our mission to help people with speech disabilities with other communication technology besides the telephone.

If you have a speech disability and live in the USA, you can now use a free (long distance charges may apply) telephone relay service, available 24 hours a day. This service is similar to the TTY service available to people with hearing disabilities, except that it does not require typing.
Program Description
This service, called Speech-to-Speech (STS), provides operators trained to help people with difficulty being understood by the public on the telephone. It is available for business, medical, and personal communication.

STS is easy to use, available from any phone with no registration required. Just pick up the phone and dial 711 and request a Speech-to-Speech operator. Your family, friends, and business acquaintances can call you and use the STS services just as easily.

Visit the website for more information.
Financial
We are supported by donations and training contracts.
Services
Advocacy
Assistive Technology / Computers / Communication Devices
Cerebral Palsy
Neurological Disorders
Neuromuscular Disorders
Speech / Language Delays
Technical Assistance
Translation/Interpretation services
Counties Serviced
Nationwide
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