Currently the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto is using a free TTY Service through “Bell Relay Service”.
How Bell Relay service works for a TTY user:
Persons who are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech disability use a TTY to type their conversations to a Bell Relay operator. The operator then reads the typed conversation to the other party. The Bell Relay operator then types the other party’s spoken words back to the TTY user.
How Bell Relay service works for voice users:
You can easily initiate home or mobile phone calls to TTY users using the Bell Relay service. A Bell Relay operator will type your spoken words to TTY users and read back their replies.
How to use TTY Service (more…)