Real-Time Healthcare Captioning for Patients With Auditory Processing Disorder

In many cases individuals with auditory processing disorders do not have hearing impairments. Instead, individuals with auditory processing disorder have difficulty processing verbal information, or speech, due to neurological or neurodegenerative diseases, disorders, or other causes. Navigating the healthcare setting with an auditory processing disorder can be challenging, and patients may need communication access, asContinue reading “Real-Time Healthcare Captioning for Patients With Auditory Processing Disorder”

Real-Time Healthcare Captioning for Late-Deafened Individuals

Who are late-deafened individuals, and how can we make healthcare more accessible for them? Late-deafened individuals, in general, are those who experience hearing loss after childhood. Most late-deafened adults have oral communication skills that they obtained before their hearing loss. Trauma, long-term exposure to loud noises, such as in the workplace, and illnesses can allContinue reading “Real-Time Healthcare Captioning for Late-Deafened Individuals”