Disability Rights Maine

Augusta, Maine

Maine Relay Overview
About Disability Rights Maine

Disability Rights Maine (DRM) offers several statewide programs for Mainers, including:

The Telecommunications Equipment Program (TEP) and Maine Relay. TEP provides ‘No’ or ‘Low’ cost adaptive telecommunications equipment to any Maine resident who cannot use their home’s conventional telephone due to a physical or cognitive disability.

Maine Relay Service is a free statewide service that connects voice telephone users with people who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, have a speech disability, or are late-deafened. The service allows consumers to use special equipment (such as captioned telephone, TTY, VCO or HCO) to communicate with standard voice telephone users through specially trained relay operators (RO).

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Learn about our offerings in our Zoom talks

Monday, May 3 1 p.m. Resources for people who are hard of hearing

Tuesday, May 4 10 a.m. Resources for people who have a speech difficulty

Wednesday, May 5 1 p.m. Resources for people who want captions during a phone call

Thursday, May 6 10 a.m. Resources for people who need a specialized telephone

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