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Since 2003, Hamilton® CapTel® has made more than 200 million captioned telephone conversations possible for individuals with hearing loss. Hamilton CapTel is provided by Hamilton Relay, a pioneer of telecommunications relay services (TRS), dedicated to serving people who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking.

Aging is the topmost predictor of hearing loss in people. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, nearly 25% of those aged 65 to 74 and 50% of those who are 75 and older have significant hearing loss. Hamilton CapTel is committed to providing news, information and resources regarding hearing loss and more to the senior care community and offers the Hamilton CapTel Senior Care Program, created especially for:  

  •  Professionals who provide healthcare services for older adults
  •  In-home caregivers and nurses
  •  Senior living community administrators and managers 

The Senior Care Program also provides complimentary demo captioned telephones and educational materials — as well as streamlined, simple ways to certify qualifying patients and clients for captioned telephones, helping them connect again with what matters most in their lives. 

Learn more about the Hamilton CapTel Senior Care Program 


10 Technologies for People with Hearing Loss — Infographic

When it comes to technologies designed specifically for people with hearing loss, there's a vast field of options that go far beyond a pair of hearing aids. This infographic highlights 10 of such technologies. 

Social Engagement and Hearing Loss — White Paper

Helping seniors with hearing loss avoid social isolation is a key to better physical and mental health as well as overall better quality of life!

7 Key Comorbidities of Hearing Loss — Infographic

Many recent studies have linked untreated hearing loss to depression, heart disease and more. Get this infographic to learn about various health conditions associated with hearing loss.

Adopting a Patient-Centric Care Model... — White Paper

Social isolation can be a significant detriment to our health as we age - and can have an even greater impact for people with hearing loss. Get this white paper, sponsored by Hamilton® CapTel®, to understand how adopting a patient-centric care model enables audiologists to combat social isolation and deliver better health outcomes. 

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Contact Us

Hamilton® CapTel®

1006 12th Street
Aurora, NE 68818

Phone: 877-455-4227
Email: info@HamiltonCapTel.com