- HEARING LOSS TECHNOLOGY
Like ramps for wheelchairs — stealthy, wireless technology can always be available when needed - no advance notice required - to enhance the effectiveness of hearing aids and cochlear implants that the public depends on while in Title II and III spaces.
That wireless technology means direct delivery of crystal clear audio to the teleocoil receiver in personal hearing devices* -- it is the preferred option for ADA compliance because no equipment needs to be maintained and then loaned to the public.
48 million Americans navigate with a hearing loss that is significant and challenging for them, and for those who need to communicate with them. The ADA requires effective communications in pubic spaces for all of the public, regardless of any communication disability they may have, including hearing loss. The seamless and most effective form of assistive listening technology: audio induction loop systems.
* Personal hearing devices (hearing aids and cochlear implants) work well in small, quiet spaces. In larger public spaces -- all noise is amplified and distorted, depriving people of clear understanding.
Audio Induction (Hearing) Loop Solutions include Amplifiers, Portable and Permanent Loops and accessories. Audio Directions and subsidiary American Hearing Loop, provide design, installation, training and support for full ADA and HIPAA compliance as required.
Whom to Contact
- Peggy BellDirector of MarketingPhone: (561) 629-5556Cell Phone: (516) 697-0067