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Re: Chrome Live Captions #Captioning

Mary Jarrett
 

I’m sorry. I just remembered that Chrome captions don’t work on the iPad. You need to use a laptop. 

Mary Jarrett
MWjarrett@...
(904) 635-6660 cell

On Jul 21, 2021, at 9:42 AM, Carolyn Odio <carolyn@...> wrote:

I don't see the option (in the settings menu) on the Chrome App on the iPad...does anyone else?
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Carolyn J. Odio
Resident Council Rep
Hearing Loss Group at www.panorama.org

(703) 725-8292 iPhone/Text 
Residence: 1835 Circle LN SE, Apt 425, Lacey, WA 98503
 

 

 


Re: Chrome Live Captions #Captioning

Mary Jarrett
 

Carol,
I regularly watch YouTube on my iPad, with captions. You have to turn on captioning, then the cc will appear on the video for you to choose to use them. You can Google how to do this.  

Mary Jarrett
MWjarrett@...
(904) 635-6660 cell

On Jul 22, 2021, at 12:02 PM, Carol in Boston <carolagate34@...> wrote:

Thanks. I’m glad I asked instead of continuing to try figuring it out. Too bad. I use the iPad for watching TV and youtube programs. Supposedly youtube captions everything, but that, too, seems to be only on the computer and not iOS.

Carol 

On Jul 21, 2021, at 10:28 AM, Jaynie Kind, CA Peninsula Chapter <jwkind2000@...> wrote:

I started using the Chrome captioning a month ago and never was able to use it on my iPad (which is my preference). I had to use it on my iMac. I’m guessing its because it doesn’t work on IOS, only on OS. 

Jaynie Kind
Peninsula Chapter 


Re: Chrome Live Captions #Captioning

Hearsdustin@...
 

Hi everyone, I am new to this HLAATech group so I might be jumping in late. 

Carol, I work for 3Play Media, a video accessibility partner for all video content. Maybe we can help you?

All the best, 
Dustin 


On Jul 22, 2021, at 12:02 PM, Carol in Boston <carolagate34@...> wrote:

Thanks. I’m glad I asked instead of continuing to try figuring it out. Too bad. I use the iPad for watching TV and youtube programs. Supposedly youtube captions everything, but that, too, seems to be only on the computer and not iOS.

Carol 

On Jul 21, 2021, at 10:28 AM, Jaynie Kind, CA Peninsula Chapter <jwkind2000@...> wrote:

I started using the Chrome captioning a month ago and never was able to use it on my iPad (which is my preference). I had to use it on my iMac. I’m guessing its because it doesn’t work on IOS, only on OS. 

Jaynie Kind
Peninsula Chapter 


Re: Chrome Live Captions #Captioning

 

Thanks. I’m glad I asked instead of continuing to try figuring it out. Too bad. I use the iPad for watching TV and youtube programs. Supposedly youtube captions everything, but that, too, seems to be only on the computer and not iOS.

Carol 

On Jul 21, 2021, at 10:28 AM, Jaynie Kind, CA Peninsula Chapter <jwkind2000@...> wrote:

I started using the Chrome captioning a month ago and never was able to use it on my iPad (which is my preference). I had to use it on my iMac. I’m guessing its because it doesn’t work on IOS, only on OS. 

Jaynie Kind
Peninsula Chapter 


Re: Chrome Live Captions #Captioning

Jaynie Kind, CA Peninsula Chapter
 

I started using the Chrome captioning a month ago and never was able to use it on my iPad (which is my preference). I had to use it on my iMac. I’m guessing its because it doesn’t work on IOS, only on OS. 

Jaynie Kind
Peninsula Chapter 


Re: Chrome Live Captions #Captioning

 

I don't see the option (in the settings menu) on the Chrome App on the iPad...does anyone else?
--
Carolyn J. Odio
Resident Council Rep
Hearing Loss Group at www.panorama.org

(703) 725-8292 iPhone/Text 
Residence: 1835 Circle LN SE, Apt 425, Lacey, WA 98503
 

 

 


Hearing Loss Association of America - Action Alert: Medicare Coverage of Hearing Aids #hlaanews

HLAATech@hlaagroups.hearingloss.org Integration <HLAATech@...>
 

Action Alert: Medicare Coverage of Hearing Aids

By Carrie Johnson

You may be aware that there is a movement afoot to expand Medicare to include hearing health care. That would mean for the first time, people who rely on Medicare to pay their medical bills would...

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Hearing Loss Association of America - Do You Believe Everything You Read on the Internet or See on TV? #hlaanews

HLAATech@hlaagroups.hearingloss.org Integration <HLAATech@...>
 

Do You Believe Everything You Read on the Internet or See on TV?

By Tim Browning

Barbara Kelley Executive Director Hearing Loss Association of America. We have a response in our family when one of us shares a factoid suspect to truth. We reply sarcastically with, “It must be true...

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Re: Chrome Live Captions #Captioning

 

Carolyn,

Do you have instructions for an iPad? The windows are different from these instructions.

Thanks,

Carol 



On Jul 20, 2021, at 1:00 AM, Carolyn Odio <carolyn@...> wrote:

Yes it is very easy to turn on Chrome Live Captions. For example, this means that you can caption YouTube videos that were not previously captioned by YouTube.

Here are the instructions attached, with screen prints, using a Mac.
I am attaching the same document in Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF. 

Carolyn J. Odio
--HLAA Washington State
--Resident Council Rep at www.panorama.org
--Hearing Loss Group at www.panorama.org

(703) 725-8292 iPhone/Text 
Residence: 1835 Circle LN SE, Apt 425, Lacey, WA 98503
 
 
 


Chrome Live Captions #Captioning

 

Yes it is very easy to turn on Chrome Live Captions. For example, this means that you can caption YouTube videos that were not previously captioned by YouTube.

Here are the instructions attached, with screen prints, using a Mac.
I am attaching the same document in Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF. 

Carolyn J. Odio
--HLAA Washington State
--Resident Council Rep at www.panorama.org
--Hearing Loss Group at www.panorama.org

(703) 725-8292 iPhone/Text 
Residence: 1835 Circle LN SE, Apt 425, Lacey, WA 98503
 

 

 


Hearing Loss Association of America - Rules are Long Overdue #hlaanews

HLAATech@hlaagroups.hearingloss.org Integration <HLAATech@...>
 

Rules are Long Overdue

By Tim Browning

Lise Hamlin Director of Public Policy Hearing Loss Association of America President Joe Biden Issues Directive for Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids By Lise Hamlin President Joe Biden signed a sweeping...

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Re: Consumer's Guide to Hearing Aids #Publication

 

Yes if HLAA would sell individual copies that would be great. I just need one copy for our Panorama Library...and cannot afford to buy them in bulk.
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Carolyn J. Odio
HLAA Washington State
Resident Council Rep
Hearing Loss Group at www.panorama.org

(703) 725-8292 iPhone/Text 
Residence: 1835 Circle LN SE, Apt 425, Lacey, WA 98503
 

 

 


Re: Consumer's Guide to Hearing Aids #Publication

Julie Olson HLAA in Wisconsin/Appleton
 

I encourage you to ask HLAA to order these in quantity and put them in the order department. Know they had them a few years ago. Wonder how many were distributed.  At $7 a copy for a small order, they could sell for $10 and clear costs.  Makes me realize how much I’ve missed having ‘real’ conventions where I”ve been able to pick up an amazing number of excellent materials.

 

Julie Olson

 

 

From: HLAATech@... <HLAATech@...> On Behalf Of Louise Smith
Sent: Saturday, July 10, 2021 4:37 PM
To: HLAATech@...
Subject: Re: [HLAATech] Consumer's Guide to Hearing Aids #Publication

 

Carolyn,

7

I am in the SAME boat!!  

 

I lead a Hearing Solutions SIG in Sun City Texas (not an HLAA chapter because we can only inclue Sun City residents).  We will be starting up and rebuilding our membership in September and really want to have this available!!  I have previously gotten them at the HLAA Convention or ordered them from the HLAA site.

 

I contacted HLAA and got this reply.

------------------------------------------------------------------

Ann Thomas, HLAA Brand Ambassador <athomas@...>

10:38 AM (5 hours ago)

to HLAATech

The John Wilson Group creates the Consumer's Guide to Hearing Aids and updates it yearly. They also create other health guides including one about tinnitus. 

They offer the guide in print and also as an online version. The structure for the guide has changed for 2021. 
 
"As far as pricing goes, our structure has changed for 2021. Printed guides and downloads are now the same price (60 = $420; 120 = $825.60, etc. (cost per guide goes down with each additional quantity of 60 purchased))."

To order the guides in bulk you can contact Cory Johnson: cory.johnson@.../ 

 

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

I have sent email to Cory.johnson and will be happy to forward his reply to you.

 

Louise Smith

 

 

On Sat, Jul 10, 2021 at 9:49 AM Carolyn Odio <carolyn@...> wrote:

I first saw this publication when a hearing aid dispenser checked this magazine, (in the Costco Hearing Aid Center). I found out that it is a vendor magazine, published annually, that lists hearing aids manufactured. It is divided into 4 sections regarding level of technology. Within each section appropriate brands/models are listed with their technology specified. (For example there is a one column indicating whether telecoil is available for that brand/model.)

Now I am trying to order the current year's copy of this publication. In the past I have been able to order it on the HLAA national website (www.hearingloss.org) for about $18. But now it is no longer there...I did a search for it and it did not appear. Previously, searching for it on the internet, I had no luck since it seems to be restricted to hearing aid vendors.

Does anyone know how/where I can order the current year's edition?

A picture of the past edition cove of the magazine is included here.
--

Carolyn J. Odio

HLAA Washington State
Resident Council Rep
Hearing Loss Group at 
www.panorama.org

(703) 725-8292 iPhone/Text 

Residence: 1835 Circle LN SE, Apt 425, Lacey, WA 98503

 

 

 


Re: Consumer's Guide to Hearing Aids #Publication

Louise Smith
 

Carolyn,

I am in the SAME boat!!  

I lead a Hearing Solutions SIG in Sun City Texas (not an HLAA chapter because we can only inclue Sun City residents).  We will be starting up and rebuilding our membership in September and really want to have this available!!  I have previously gotten them at the HLAA Convention or ordered them from the HLAA site.

I contacted HLAA and got this reply.
------------------------------------------------------------------

Ann Thomas, HLAA Brand Ambassador <athomas@...>

10:38 AM (5 hours ago)
to HLAATech
The John Wilson Group creates the Consumer's Guide to Hearing Aids and updates it yearly. They also create other health guides including one about tinnitus. 

They offer the guide in print and also as an online version. The structure for the guide has changed for 2021. 
 
"As far as pricing goes, our structure has changed for 2021. Printed guides and downloads are now the same price (60 = $420; 120 = $825.60, etc. (cost per guide goes down with each additional quantity of 60 purchased))."

To order the guides in bulk you can contact Cory Johnson: cory.johnson@.../ 

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I have sent email to Cory.johnson and will be happy to forward his reply to you.

Louise Smith


On Sat, Jul 10, 2021 at 9:49 AM Carolyn Odio <carolyn@...> wrote:
I first saw this publication when a hearing aid dispenser checked this magazine, (in the Costco Hearing Aid Center). I found out that it is a vendor magazine, published annually, that lists hearing aids manufactured. It is divided into 4 sections regarding level of technology. Within each section appropriate brands/models are listed with their technology specified. (For example there is a one column indicating whether telecoil is available for that brand/model.)

Now I am trying to order the current year's copy of this publication. In the past I have been able to order it on the HLAA national website (www.hearingloss.org) for about $18. But now it is no longer there...I did a search for it and it did not appear. Previously, searching for it on the internet, I had no luck since it seems to be restricted to hearing aid vendors.

Does anyone know how/where I can order the current year's edition?

A picture of the past edition cove of the magazine is included here.
--
Carolyn J. Odio
HLAA Washington State
Resident Council Rep
Hearing Loss Group at www.panorama.org

(703) 725-8292 iPhone/Text 
Residence: 1835 Circle LN SE, Apt 425, Lacey, WA 98503
 

 

 


Re: Consumer's Guide to Hearing Aids #Publication

Ann Thomas, HLAA Brand Ambassador
 

The John Wilson Group creates the Consumer's Guide to Hearing Aids and updates it yearly. They also create other health guides including one about tinnitus. 

They offer the guide in print and also as an online version. The structure for the guide has changed for 2021. 
 
"As far as pricing goes, our structure has changed for 2021. Printed guides and downloads are now the same price (60 = $420; 120 = $825.60, etc. (cost per guide goes down with each additional quantity of 60 purchased))."

To order the guides in bulk you can contact Cory Johnson: cory.johnson@.../ 


Consumer's Guide to Hearing Aids #Publication

 

I first saw this publication when a hearing aid dispenser checked this magazine, (in the Costco Hearing Aid Center). I found out that it is a vendor magazine, published annually, that lists hearing aids manufactured. It is divided into 4 sections regarding level of technology. Within each section appropriate brands/models are listed with their technology specified. (For example there is a one column indicating whether telecoil is available for that brand/model.)

Now I am trying to order the current year's copy of this publication. In the past I have been able to order it on the HLAA national website (www.hearingloss.org) for about $18. But now it is no longer there...I did a search for it and it did not appear. Previously, searching for it on the internet, I had no luck since it seems to be restricted to hearing aid vendors.

Does anyone know how/where I can order the current year's edition?

A picture of the past edition cove of the magazine is included here.
--
Carolyn J. Odio
HLAA Washington State
Resident Council Rep
Hearing Loss Group at www.panorama.org

(703) 725-8292 iPhone/Text 
Residence: 1835 Circle LN SE, Apt 425, Lacey, WA 98503
 

 

 


Hearing Loss Association of America - President Biden Directs HHS to Consider Issuing Proposed Rules within 120 Days for Allowing Hearing Aids to be Sold Over the Counter #hlaanews

HLAATech@hlaagroups.hearingloss.org Integration <HLAATech@...>
 

President Biden Directs HHS to Consider Issuing Proposed Rules within 120 Days for Allowing Hearing Aids to be Sold Over the Counter

By Carrie Johnson

Today, U.S. President Biden issued an executive order that directs the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to consider issuing proposed rules within 120 days for allowing hearing aids...

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Hearing Loss Association of America - How I Used Zoom to Learn About Hearing Health #hlaanews

HLAATech@hlaagroups.hearingloss.org Integration <HLAATech@...>
 

How I Used Zoom to Learn About Hearing Health

By Tim Browning

Carrie Johnson Director of Communications Hearing Loss Association of America HLAA Virtual Convention 2021 By Carrie Johnson I attended my first HLAA Virtual Convention June 24-26, 2021. I joined...

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Microsoft Edge browser features #Edge #Browsers #research

Alan Katsura, Moderator, CA Diablo Valley Chapter
 

If you use your browser for research (who doesn't), you may be missing out if you are not using Microsoft Edge. I have used Chrome and was a devout Firefox user for years. There are features built into Edge that will enhance your ability to gather and organize your research. A recent YouTube video released by Leila Gharani, "Top Features of Edge," reviews some of these features. I recommend viewing this twelve-minute video and try using a couple of features like "collections" and "web capture." The video has timestamps, so you can skip to features that interest you.
--
Alan Katsura
akatsura@...
Moderator HLAA Tech Group


HLAA Executive Director Barbara Kelley’s Email Account Hacked

Carla Beyer-Smolin
 

Dear HLAA Community,

Earlier today (June 30), you may have received a spam email requesting a gift card from HLAA Executive Director Barbara Kelley. This was a spam email–please do not respond. Barbara would never request this from our HLAA Chapters. She would never make any requests outside of HLAA. The HLAA National Office immediately connected this morning with our IT support team when we learned of this spam email. This email was sent from bkelley.hearingloss@..., which is not a legitimate email address.

It is important to know how to look for spam email, scams and phishing. We hope you find these resources helpful.

Email Safety Basics

Phishing

How to Recognize and Avoid Phishing Scams

Spammers Get Up Close and Personal

Thank you for your support of HLAA.

Kind Regards, 
Carrie Johnson
Director of Communications
Hearing Loss Association of America
cjohnson@...
301.657.2248 ext. 109

 

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