Accessaphone Total Conversation
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accessaphone Total Conversation is computer based text telephone and videophone designed for use by individuals with hearing, vision, speech, cognitive, or mobility disabilities. This system features telephony with simultaneous video, text and audio and is compatible with Braille readers and uses standard session initiated protocol (SIP). For users who are deaf or hard of hearing, the system provides simultaneous video, text,and speech and supports real-time text. For users who have difficulty in reaching, grasping or holding the telephone handset, difficulty in reaching or manipulating the buttons, arrows, or keys of the telephone, or difficulty in completing telephone tasks requiring the use of two hands simultaneously (such as holding the handset with one hand and dialing or selecting keys with the other hand), the system offers auto answer; compatibility with Windows-based specialty input devices; hands-free control of the telephone using a Windows-based voice recognition program; mouse or keyboard control of the telephone with keyboard shortcuts for telephone commands or dialing; no timer used for response or data entry; and real-time text telephone based information and feedback. For users who have difficulty in memorizing or recalling telephone numbers or sequencing steps in a process or have difficulty in understanding user manuals real-time text user cues and prompting; keyboard Shortcuts for telephone commands or dialing; user help built into the software application; no timer used for response or data entry; and large characters and large icons in the display.
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