New Jersey Residents

02/06/2015

Explore the different types of calls that fit your communication needs and find out how to make your own phone calls without having to depend on someone else.

In today’s fast paced world, there are still thousands of people who are not aware that NJ Relay and CapTel Services exist. These services exist for a very good reason. It’s all about achieving functionally equivalent telephone services.

Often times, people with hearing or speech loss have had to depend on other people to make telephone calls. Today, with advanced Relay and CapTel technology, people with hearing or speech loss are now able to make telephone calls independently.

People who have a hearing or speech disability come from all walks of life. Everyone has his or her own different communication needs when it comes to talking on the telephone.

So, how does a standard telephone user communicate with someone using one of the many NJ Relay services that are available?  That’s simple – just ask the person for their telephone number and instructions on how they would like you to call them. Please browse the different types of services below that deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind and speech disabled people may use to help you understand the different communication needs.

If you are deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing, have a slight hearing loss or are speech disabled, please explore further with the link below on how you want to communicate and find out which service best fits your communication needs.

Communication Options