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    • Seeking Two Deaf Community Representatives!

      TADDAC is seeking two representatives of the Deaf Community to join their committee to help make decisions impacting the DDTP programs and to represent the views and needs of Deaf Californians.
       

       

    • Seeking one Deaf Community Representative and one Hard of Hearing Representative

      EPAC is seeking one representative of the Deaf Community and one representative of the Hard of Hearing Community to join their committee to help make decisions impacting the DDTP programs and to represent the views and needs of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Californians.

       

    • EPAC Public Meeting October 10, 2014

      EPAC Public Meeting October 10, 2014 Where: 1333 Broadway, Suite 500 Oakland CA 94612 9/12/2014 10:00:00 AM

       

      Both the Telecommunications Access for the Deaf and Disabled Administrative Committee (TADDAC) and the Equipment Program Advisory Committee (EPAC) make recommendations to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and to the State of California.

      Committee members provide input regarding the telecommunications equipment and relay services for Californians who are certified as having limitations of seeing, hearing, speaking, remembering, or moving. Meetings are held once a month and are open to the public. If you plan to attend, please read Before Attending a Meeting, which explains how meetings are conducted.

       

      Meeting dates and locations are subject to change until ten (10) days before the scheduled meeting. Please check this calendar again to confirm the meeting date and location  

       

       

       

      EPAC Agenda Notice 10 10 2014  

      EPAC Finalized Agenda 10 10 2014  

    • Happy 24th Anniversary!

       

        In honor of the July 26, 1990 signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), we invite you to learn more about the ADA by clicking here:  

    • New information about STS

      Good news for people who do not use the phone because others have difficulty understanding your speech.

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