Request a free presentation to learn how to make and receive calls using Maryland Relay. Presentations will also include information on applying for free assistive telecommunications equipment from the Maryland Accessible Telecommunications (MAT) program.
If you, or others in your community, have difficulty hearing over the phone, request a free Captioned Telephone presentation from Maryland Relay. Learn how to take advantage of Maryland Relay’s Captioned Telephone service, which provides word-for-word captions of phone conversations, as you also listen. Presentations will also include information on applying for free assistive telephone equipment from the Maryland Accessible Telecommunications (MAT) program.
Host a Captioned Telephone “trial” at your facility or organization, free of charge. Maryland Relay will temporarily place a Captioned Telephone on-site, allowing your employees, residents, or others who are hard of hearing to make test calls and determine if Captioned Telephone meets their needs.
Invite Maryland Relay to come to your elementary, middle, or high school for a free presentation on Deaf culture and Maryland Relay services. The fun, interactive experience includes stories told in American Sign Language and a TTY demonstration.
Many businesses miss out on valuable opportunities to interact with Relay users because they do not know how to place or receive Relay calls. The Maryland Relay Partner program is designed to eliminate these missed connections. Learn how to enroll your business in the program to receive free on-site Relay call training and more.
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