Assistive Listening Devices
What will you do differently tonight when
you can hear and speak more clearly?
Hearing loss affects people in many circumstances. If hearing and speaking problems in everyday situations have turned you into a recluse, we want to help you break out of your shell. Today’s powerful, but discrete assistive listening devices are helping people, like you, with hearing, voice, speech, and language disorders reconnect with so much that they have been missing.
With the development of digital and wireless technologies, more and more devices are becoming available to help people with voice, speech, listening, and language disorders communicate more meaningfully and participate more fully in their daily lives. If you’re not familiar with assistive listening devices, we hope this comprehensive overview will answer any questions you may have.
Types of Assistive Listening Devices
Health professionals use a variety of names to describe assistive devices, determined by the key intended function of the device:
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) help amplify the sounds you want to hear, especially where there’s a lot of background noise. ALDs can be used with a hearing aid or cochlear implant to help a wearer hear certain sounds better.
Alerting devices connect to a doorbell, telephone, or alarm that emits a loud sound or blinking light to let someone with hearing loss know that an event is taking place.
There are so many wonderful options to help you hear and communicate better. Let us show you!
Discover how assistive listening devices can help you forget about hearing loss.
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