How Transcription Can Assist the Hearing Impaired
When anyone has a disability it doesn’t mean they have to miss out on the sharing of information
Gone are the days when the hearing impaired need to get colleagues to fill them in on vital facts they may have missed.
Lend a Helping Hand:
During our years in business, transcription has been used to enable people to participate fully in many business processes. Whether a conference is held annually, a speech is given by a team member or an individual wants to listen to an episodic series of a podcast, a fully documented transcript is an extremely smart way of capturing information that is required.
It doesn’t matter if you need a transcript for your own personal use or it’s imperative that you write your appraisal of this year’s conference. Transcription services provide a means to what can otherwise become an onerous task when you are hearing impaired.
People shouldn’t have to struggle with all the modern technology that is available in 2013. They should be able to go about their day with as much freedom to gain knowledge as the next person. A talented and creative author should feel motivated to write the next chapter in their book, without having to wonder how to capture what was said in their latest interview they’ve conducted. Transcription is the obvious solution for the hearing impaired.
Reaping the Benefits:
Professionally, well-researched and documented material enables any hard of hearing individual to accomplish what could otherwise be a very difficult task. No one should have to struggle when they want to be properly informed. Any caring and conscientious employer who values their team are always more than happy to understand the concept that a written, fully documented and accurate account of any recording can be turned into a necessary tool in any business sector.
Transcription services should be added as a ‘must have’ resource tool that will assist and empower any workforce. Any forward thinking organisation can benefit from such a service and even cut down on costs if people aren’t properly informed.
As the digital age becomes more and more prevalent in companies across the globe, it’s high time that savvy professionals cotton on to the fact that we have to enhance people’s working lives and not hinder them.
Words are what every single human being on the planet uses to express themselves and no matter what language you speak, the letters of any alphabet form your spoken and written words. Start making the smart choice today.
The Founder of Alphabet, Denise Elsdon, commenced her training at British Aerospace. Having gained her RSA and Pitman qualifications, she embarked on her chosen career path as a personal secretary. Back in 1995, Alphabet Secretarial Services was born. Since then, Alphabet has provided professional transcription services to amazing clients like the NHS, Chatham House (The Royal Institute of International Affairs) and others.