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About Us

Since 2004, we at Dicapta have offered high quality captioning, and description services making media accessible for people with visual and hearing disabilities. Our language customization and multilingual events services have provided clients in the U.S., South America, Europe, and the Caribbean with a bridge to overcome language barriers. At Dicapta, our greatest motivation is to make communications accessible to everyone.

Proudly honored with grants from the United States Department of Education and the United States Department of Health and Human Services, and with contracts from government agencies. Thanks to them, we have worked since 2005 on Accessibility Projects that involve Research and Development activities, TV Access services, and Educational TV productions.

We are a diverse, professional and enthusiastic team, aiming to provide the best possible experience to the end users of our services. Because of our commitment and respect for the end users, Dicapta’s quality control team includes not only technical experts but also users.

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Why work with Dicapta?

  • We meet and exceed FCC caption quality best practices
  • Proven experience: more than 4,000 hours of captioning and more than 3,000 hours of audio description services
  • Turnaround Flexibility
  • Multiformat Capabilities (Audio, Video & Web)
  • High degree of Customer Satisfaction: 90% of our customers become repeat customers
  • Excellent Customer Service
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We take our sensory experiences for granted


When I was born I was diagnosed with grade III microtia and atresia on my left side and I had a shorter jawbone on that side too.  I realized just recently how hard that was for my parents.  I was their first child and when they saw their baby missing her left ear, their world crumbled.  Fortunately, that has not been a big deal for me.  When I was a child, kids sometimes were cruel; but I had opportunities for revenge. 

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1511 E State Road 434 | Suite 2001-220 | Winter Springs, FL 32708

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407.389.0712 - Fax: 407.654.8266

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