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Assistive Devices

Assistive Devices

Paired with hearing instruments or used alone (even without hearing loss), enjoy greater perception of sounds by minimizing background noise, reducing the distance from the sound source and overriding poor acoustics.

Looping Systems

Looping systems are gaining popularity in churches and public facilities. Either the listener’s hearing aids, or a portable listening system, can wirelessly connect to these systems to provide the individual with their own, direct sound system

Phone Amplification/Aids

There are also telephones that have amplified rings as well as amplified speech. There are even text telephones and speakerphones.

Television Amplification/Aids

Many people have difficulty hearing the television or on the telephone at a level that is comfortable for other persons in the house.  There are systems available that allow the hard of hearing person to have their own volume for the TV.

Alerting Devices

These devices can assist in notifying the person that a sound is occurring by utilizing other senses, such as vision or tactile.

One to One Amplification

If you are visiting with someone who is hard to hear, then a personal listening system may be for you.  These include a microphone and headset or use of a telecoil in the hearing aid.  The spoken message is delivered right to your ear above the background noise.