TTY

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AcronymDefinition
TTYTalk To You/Ya
TTYTeleprinter/Teletype/Teletypewriter
TTYText Telephone (use of telephones for the hearing impaired)
TTYTerminal Type (Unix terminal interface)
TTYTeletype
TTYTampereen Teknillinen Yliopisto (Tampere University of Technology)
TTYThanks to You
TTYTeletype Message
TTYTeufs-Teufs Yvoisiens (French car club)
TTYTeletypewriter Technology
TTYTelephone-Text-Device
TTYTapes-To-You
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It is a "relay" or service that enables those who are deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing, or speech disabled to communicate with traditional telephone users through a specialized text telephone and third-party operator called a relay operator.
For details about Hear to Inform and Connect, please email: rhona.campbell@hearingloss.org.uk, telephone or text telephone 07388 227407.
It is a "relay" or service that enables those who are deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing, and speech disabled to communicate with traditional telephone users through a specialized text telephone and third party operator called a communications assistant.
Those with hearing and speech concerns can use TTY technology, which stands for Text Telephone (also known as TDD, or Telecommunications Device for the Deaf).
Text messages can also be sent to PDAs/text-based devices, or TTT/TDD (text telephone)devices.
The firm offers large print and Braille bills, a meter reading arrangement, a text telephone for queries or problems and notification of interruptions to supply for registered home dialysis patients.
Each room is equipped for a TTY, a text telephone used by deaf people.
Customers can call the center toll free at 800/974-6006, which also provides for direct text telephone (TTY) access.
Respons operates directory assistance services under the brands 118 118 and 118 888 Autosvar, the Internet-based teleconferencing service Smart Meeting, and text telephone operations for the hearing impaired.
In one type of TRS, a text telephone (TTY) user calls a voice telephone user through a TRS provider (or relay center), where a communications assistant places the call to the voice user, and then relays the conversation by transcribing spoken content for the TTY user and reading text aloud for the voice user.
HPD can also receive complaints from hearing-impaired tenants via a Text Telephone TTY at 212-883-5504.
If you have any questions or concerns relating to Usher Syndrome please contact Lucy Drescher, telephone: 020 7272 7774 or text telephone for the deaf: 020 7272 9648.