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Talking on the telephone is one of the most challenging listening situations. No visual cues, unfamiliar talkers and, at times, a poor connection. However, studies have shown cochlear implant recipients demonstrate a significant shift towards use of a telephone after getting their implants. Here are some tips for practicing your telephone communication.




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Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) can improve speech recognition and ease of listening on the telephone. Talk with your audiologist about the range of ALDs available to assist you in telephone communication. Practice using and connecting ALDs to feel more confident using them in everyday life. Assistive Listening Devices include


No jurors are ordered to report for Jury Duty on Monday, April 3, 2023 at the South County Regional Center. All Jurors in groups 100-149 remain on telephone standby and must continue to call each day after 5pm for further reporting instructions.


No Jurors are ordered to report for Jury Duty on Monday, April 3, 2023, at the East County Regional Center. All jurors in groups 600-644 remain on telephone standby and must continue to call after 5pm each day for further reporting instructions.


Being alone is one of the greatest fears older adults have as they age. The YANA Program is designed to help older adults remain independent in their homes by providing a daily telephone safety check-in call.Serving El Dorado County residents age 60 years and older for over 17 years, the YANA Program provides FREE daily check in calls to individuals living alone or for couples who just need a daily check-in call. The YANA Program also provides information and support and can connect participants with necessary services in order to help the person remain independent in their homes for as long as possible.


To present a claim for $10,000 or less, for death or personal injury, or for injury to personal property or growing crops, please fill out form LD-0274, Claim Against Department of Transportation for Amounts $10,000 or Less (PDF) to file a claim against Caltrans. File the claim by sending the completed and signed original form with your supporting documents to the appropriate Caltrans District Claims Office. To determine the proper place to file your form, you must know the county in which your incident occurred. Each county is covered by a specific District Claims Office. The list below shows the address and telephone number of each District Claims Office, and the counties served by that District Claims Office. To see an interactive map showing the Caltrans Districts and the main District Offices, please use the following link: Caltrans Near Me.


The Florida Department of Corrections is pleased to announce that a new telephone service will be installed at all state facilities within the next two months. To learn more about the new system and new provider, please check out the information and links below.


E-ZPass Virginia customer representatives are available Monday through Friday, except for state holidays. Help is also available through our automated telephone system. Once you have your account number and PIN (the four-digit number you gave us when you opened your account), you can make a payment, request an application, report your E-ZPass lost or stolen, along with many other account-related activities. If you are using this system for the first time and have not set up your PIN yet, your PIN has been pre-selected as the last four digits of the driver's license number that you registered on your account. If you have any questions, concerns, comments, or just would like more information, please contact one of the Customer Service Centers listed below.


Prepaid Collect: AdvancePay is a calling service that allows calls from a correctional facility to your telephone number without the restrictions of standard billing. After a prepaid account is established, collect calls to the telephone number may be placed up to the prepaid amount in the account. For more complete account management, you can make payments and view your balance on www.connectnetwork.com.


Collect: Calls to certain approved numbers and the call charges will remain the same as they do today on your monthly phone bill. However, note that collect calls cannot be made to cell phones, office phones, or hospital numbers. Inmates have the option of placing collect calls to telephone numbers approved by the correctional facility. Collect calls are billed to the called party every month through their phone carrier company. If you receive a high number of collect calls, you may have reached the billing limit allowed by your local phone company. Once you reach a maximum phone bill amount, you may be at a risk of being blocked from receiving future collect calls from an inmate. In such instances, you can call our automated system at 800-483-8314 to sign up for a prepaid calling account and begin receiving calls again. In addition, online account registration and deposits are available through www.connectnetwork.com.


The Specialized Telecommunications Assistance Program (STAP) helps people who have a disability that interferes with their access to telephone networks purchase basic specialized assistive equipment or services.


Vouchers are printed with the voucher category (e.g., Amplified Telephone, Talk Back Number Dialed Telephone, etc.) with a maximum dollar amount. You are only required to select the category of device that will assist you in using a telephone from the list found in Section 2 on the application. For example, if a person who is deaf, hard of hearing or deafblind requires a device that amplifies the incoming volume of his or her telephone, the device type that would best address their need would be an amplified telephone, or one of the other amplifying devices on the equipment selection list.


A person is not eligible to receive a new device by applying under change of disability if the previous device will still provide them telephone network access. In the example stated above, a previous applicant who received a voucher for a TTY can still use the TTY after their change of disability.


Arancini are usually round or tear drop shaped made with rice and usually includes meat, peas sometimes pistachios, actually there are a larger variety of Arancini than Suppli. Whereas Suppli are oblong, made with a simple tomato sauce and rice, in the middle a piece of mozzarella is placed. They must be eaten very hot, the name Suppli al Telefono (telephone) comes when you break it in half and the mozzarella pulls apart like a line which still connects the two parts making it look like a telephone line. Both are breaded and fried.


Listed below is contact information for divisions and programs in our department. Many of the divisions contain multiple telephone numbers; please select the division or program name (the blue links) to access those telephone numbers and information on district offices. To find out when DIR offices are closed, check State Holidays. Email is another good way to communicate with us. Many of our general email addresses are listed below, and if you need help finding the right contact please email us at DIRInfo@dir.ca.gov. 041b061a72


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