Author Archives: rantig@j29creative.com

The Spirit of Christmas – Next Generation UbiDuo 2

By Jason Curry, sComm CEOChristmastime is supposed to be a joyous celebration of family and friends. The Spirit of Christmas thrives when families interact in peace and harmony with clear, 100% face-to-face communication. It’s all about including everyone, treating each … Read MoreRead More

Sharing Your UbiDuo Story – Chance to Win $500.00

sComm has grown to thousands of UbiDuo users across the world. We now can claim users in the United States, Canada, Europe, South America, New Zealand, Switzerland, Australia and Dubai. We have heard so many life changing stories from all … Read More

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patients – A Matter of Life and Death

To be honest, I have been hesitant to write this blog but I have decided it is time to relay the facts, stories, and experiences as we hear them about what’s happening in the hospital environment for deaf and hard … Read MoreRead More

Scott Walker – A Matter of Life and Death

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Talking with a UbiDuo

A few weeks ago I spoke at Inc’s GROWCO conference in Nashville. After my talk, I had a scheduled book signing over in the conference bookstore area. … Read More

Who Has A Better Job Opportunity – Deaf or Hearing?

Jason Curry, CEO After several years of working with different UbiDuo customers who are deaf and hearing, one thing that keeps sticking out is who had a better job opportunity in the work environment, the hearing or deaf employee that … Read MoreRead More

Successful Job Performance – Deaf and Hard of Hearing Employees

Emma Curry, Vice President In order for each of us to be the most successful we can be, we have to be extremely well informed about our jobs and our company. As a person who is deaf or hard of … Read More

Unfortunate Workplace Reality – No Interpreter Involved (Video)

Robert Cooper, Operations and Business Development, with sComm shares a perspective on how deaf and hard of hearing employees can succeed in the workplace with no interpreter involved in the everyday grind with hearing co-workers, managers, and customers. … Read More

Unfortunate Workplace Reality – No Interpreter Involved

As part of my job, I follow several blogs related to Deaf Employment. Many posts either talk about a bleak job market for deaf job seekers, or they focus on how difficult career advancement is for those deaf who are … Read MoreRead More

Law Enforcement Communication – Deaf & Hard of Hearing Webinar

We will cover how law enforcement can interact with deaf and hard of hearing citizens face-to-face without any communication barriers anywhere anytime in any situation without the need of an interpreter.  We will explain why the dependency of an interpreter … Read More