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European Federation of the Hard of Hearing

By June 21, 2022No Comments

Typebot was heavily featured by one of the largest organizations working in favor of our target group: the hard-of-hearing.

T he European Federation of Hard of Hearing People (EFHOH) was established in 1993 as a non-profit, non-governmental organization, registered in the Netherlands. EFHOH consists of organizations of/for hard of hearing and late-deafened people, parent organizations, and professional organizations at a European level in dialogue with the European Union, members of the European Parliament, and other European authorities.

EFHOH is currently comprised of 24 national member organizations and represents the interests of more than 52 million hard of hearing people throughout Europe. This includes late-deafened adults, cochlear implant users, and people with tinnitus, Meniere’s disease, hyperacusis, and other auditory processing disorders. EFHOH is a partner and member of the International Federation of Hard of Hearing People (IFHOH), a full member of the European Disability Forum (EDF), and a member of the WHO – World Hearing Forum (2019-2021).

The aim for EFHOH is a Europe where hard of hearing people can live without barriers and have the opportunity to participate at all levels of society.

For a small team like us, who could (and will!) probably do a much better job at marketing ourselves, it is nice to know we are being noticed by such an influential organization as EFHOH.

We hope you and your members will keep an eye on Typebot in the near future. There are lots of exciting updates to come.

Real-time translations

In an upcoming version to be released this summer, real-time translation between two language will be available using overlay technology.

Dual languages

Display two languages at once. The new version of Typebot also includes many more languages than earlier.

macOS

Typebot will be released for Mac at the same time as the aforementioned functionality.

The update is TBA end of June 2022.

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