Leonie Jackson explains the Employment Assistance Fund (EAF) and how it helps provide financial assistance to people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing to purchase a range of work-related modifications and services. EAF is available for people who are about to start a job or who are currently working, as well as those who require assistance to find and prepare for work. Leonie also explains how EAF can be used in conjunction with our Ai-Live captioning and transcription solution to gain access to workplace information in real-time.

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