Caption Consulting




Captioning & Interpreting for colleges and businesses across North America and Europe

Headquartered in Chicago, and with an office in Los Angeles, Caption Consulting helps to facilitate a better learning environment through live, remote, and post-production captioning services. We have a staff of professional TypeWell, CART, Sign Language interpreters and Post-Production captionists providing both onsite and remote services. Our Caption Consulting team members are proudly educated in Deaf culture. Whether you work in education, business, events, marketing or media we will help you find the best solution for your business and ensure you are ADA compliant. We bring extensive experience and professionalism to every project and will cater to your individual needs and requirements.


The Department of Justice (DOJ) published the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design in September 2010. These standards state that all electronic and information technology must be accessible to people with disabilities. It's important to make sure that your business or education establishment is ADA compliant, for more information please give us a call or send us an email. You can also read more about ADA Compliance on our website.

Get in touch with us to set up a consultation. You can use our contact form to inquire how our services can help you.


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We work with Grade Schools, Middle Schools, High Schools, and Colleges all across North America and Europe. We offer on-site and remote captioning & interpreting services to cover all areas of needs. Our team members have their own specialized subjects so we can match captionists with students. We also provide a transcript after each class or event within 24 hours to the student/client.


Does your business own or produce any video content? Are those videos captioned? Make sure your business is ADA compliant and that your videos are captioned to give equal access to your clients. Do you have a Deaf employee? Ensure that they have equal access during meetings and when viewing media.


Whatever your event or conference, chances are you will be showing video clips, documentaries or presentations. We can help you make sure that your event is ADA compliant and gives equal access to all attendees so that everyone can benefit from the valuable information that you're presenting.


A fundamental requirement, overriding any other for this job, is an understanding of deafness—what it is and how it affects the educational experience.
— Senator Paul Simon (D-Ill.)