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Church Assignments for Transcribers

Speech-to-text transcribers with excellent skills may find rewarding, long-term assignments providing transcription services in churches.

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In addition to key advantages like access to new software releases, flexible licensing rights, and technical support, a range of new software features and website capabilities are being added to help professional TypeWell providers perform their best.

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Seven Questions: Teresa Pace Walker

TypeWell is grateful to Teresa Pace Walker for serving as volunteer coordinator for our recent conference, and we're pleased to shine the spotlight on her for this month's 7 Questions! Have you ever wondered what's peeking out from her tote bag? Read on to find out...

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Churches CAN Afford Transcribing Services

Real-Time transcribing services can be affordable for churches, allowing all members the ability to fully participate and feel integrated into the congregation.

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Real-Time Transcribing: The Best Accommodation for Churches

Unlike schools, churches are exempt from disability laws. It is obvious that church leadership recognizes their civic and moral obligation to accommodate people with disabilities, despite the legal exemption. But what are they doing to accommodate people with hearing loss? 

The more I thought about this, the more it bothered me. Before long, my agency's focus had shifted from schools to churches...

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Seven Questions: Kevin Rovegno

This month Kevin Rovegno shares thoughts on his role as a classroom transcriber, including his favorite keyboard snack. Ole`!

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Seven Questions: Andrew Hansen

The very first client I worked with as a TypeWell transcriber was born and raised in Switzerland. This person was completely deaf until the age of 16. Then my client received a cochlear implant and heard speech for the very first time...

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Seven Questions: Jason Kapcala

This month we meet with Jason "Kap" Kapcala, a TypeWell transcriber and the Coordinator of Auxiliary Aids at West Virginia University in Morgantown.

Question: If you had to describe your job to someone with no knowledge of TypeWell — in 30 seconds or less — what would you say?

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