Australia’s National Relay Service (NRS) which provides telecommunications services to support people who are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impairment to make and receive phone calls, has ceased to use the CapTel handset.
The Federal Government is taking legal action to compel the outgoing provider of the National Relay Service (NRS), Australian Communications Exchange (ACE), to support CapTel captioned telephone handset users to transition to alternate services.
Huawei Australia is partnering with NRL club Canberra Raiders and Deaf Australia – the deaf-led peak organisation representing deaf people in Australia – to attempt to break a World Record at the Raiders vs Manly Sea Eagles National Rugby League (NRL) game this coming Sunday (25 August) in Canberra.
The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network has welcomed the Federal Government’s appointment of a service provider for the National Relay Service which delivers accessible telecommunications for the deaf or speech impaired.
Children’s charity, The Shepherd Centre, is launching a "ground-breaking virtual reality experience that immerses the user in to a world of silence enabling them to feel first-hand what life is like for a child with hearing loss".
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