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Talk about independence


Hamilton CapTel®


2400i


Many older adults with hearing loss just won’t use the phone – it’s too frustrating. The resulting separation from family, friends and caregivers often leads to feelings of isolation and even depression.


Fortunately, the no-cost* Hamilton CapTel® phone makes it possible to listen and read


word-for-word captions of everything said to you on the phone. The result is life-changing when the confidence to use the phone turns isolation back into independence.


For more information about the Hamilton CapTel Senior Living Program:


Call: 877-662-4144 Visit: HamiltonCapTel.com/seniorliving


The Hamilton CapTel 2400i requires telephone service and high-speed Internet access. WiFi Capable. * Independent third-party professional certification required.


Copyright © 2015 Hamilton Relay. All rights reserved. • CapTel is a registered trademark of Ultratec, Inc. 071415


Internet Protocol Captioned Telephone Service (IP CTS) is regulated and funded by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and is designed exclusively for individuals with hearing loss. In order to use IP CTS, you must have telephone service and high-speed Internet connectivity where the phone will be used.


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