Adding CADVRS

April 12, 2007

CADVRS logoI just added CADVRS to my page listing Video Relay Service providers.  CADVRS is being provided through the California Association of the Deaf under contract with CSDVRS.  (Geesh, how will we be able to tell the difference between CACVRS, CADVRS, and CSDVRS?)  Even though this service is being provided by the California Association of the Deaf, nothing on the CADVRS website limits calls as being only to / from California residents — it seems anyone in the USA (but not internationally) can use this service.  Several neat features are also being offered: VCO, call-back, web-cam support via the computer, ASL-to-Spanish translation, and more.

Many thanks to RidorLive for cluing me in to CADVRS!

[Note: I updated the Video Relay Services page on my blog, and NOT the older and not-to-be-updated-anymore article.]

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3 Responses to “Adding CADVRS”

  1. Richard Roehm Says:

    I see this a brilliant move and hope to see this concept replicated by other deaf organizations throughout the United States.

  2. Steve Frank Says:

    Hello Proud Geek:

    I noticed your list of VRS services and even the newest one, CADVRS. May I have a contact name and e-mail for your. There is also a list of VRS and VRI providers at:

    http://www.clearviewinnovations.com/VRS-VRILinks.htm

    Thank you.

    Steve

    Clear View Innovations

  3. proudgeek Says:

    Thanks for the link! I’ll check the info there and add if necessary, and add your link as well.


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