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How To Travel If You Have Special Needs

How To Travel If You Have Speech Difficulties

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People with speech disabilities can dial toll free all across the country through a trained communication assistant patient. The communications assistant makes telephone calls for you and repeats your words exactly in a 3-way calling environment. This system is the only way for many people to telephone others not accustomed to their speech.

To try the system, known as STS, report problems or get more information, call 800.854.7784. Or see: offsite link

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