Open Captioning and Practical Strategies – presented by Winden Royalty
When Winden Royalty listens to people in public situations talk about communicating with those who have hearing loss, they tend to mention hearing aids, closed captioning or a sign interpreter. Many people struggle with hearing loss, but you may not even know someone has hearing loss until they tell you about it. Thankfully, many types of technology exist that can improve an audience’s understanding in various situations at work without drawing unwanted attention to those who may struggle with hearing. Also, a basic understanding of inclusive habits that can ensure more people are able to follow conversations can reduce misunderstandings and improve relationships in general.
About Winden Royalty
I am a graduate student taking online courses through Texas Tech University. The current focus is a graduate certificate in Technical Communication. This is an outgrowth of my undergraduate minor in English. I love reading about medical advancements and how they help people with various struggles. I am currently looking to gain experience in the field along with my studies.
February 20, 2018 at the Red Cross, 2700 Southwest Fwy, Houston, TX 77098 (between Kirby and Buffalo Speedway)
- 5:30pm – 6:15pm: Networking
- 6:15pm – 6:25pm: Announcements
- 6:30pm – 7:30pm: Program Meeting
Parking is free, but please sign in at the front desk. Refreshments will be served.