Zoom Presentation: What is Speech-to-Speech Relay?

Speech-to-Speech (STS) is a free service for people with a speech disability. Maine Relay STS provides one-on-one support for telephone calls. A specially trained STS operator simply listens to the conversation and repeats your message, whenever needed.

Video-Assisted Speech-to-Speech (VA-STS) allows a person who has a speech disability to use both a telephone line and a video device to make relay calls. VA-STS provides the STS relay operator with visual communication cues from the STS caller via a one-way video conference connection. These cues may include lip reading, spelling in the air, facial expressions, and other physical movements.

Questions? Need to meet at a different time? Contact Debra Bare-Rogers DRogers@DRME.org

ZOOM MEETING INFO: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83522046360

Meeting ID: 835 2204 6360
Password: 618795

*Relay Conference Captioning (RCC) will be scheduled for these presentations. Can’t make these dates? You can also schedule a presentation for a staff/support group meeting or 1:1 appointment.