Dear Friend and Colleagues, Recently New York State changed the continuing education requirements for dispensing Audiologists and Hearing Instrument Dispensers effective January 1, 2019. In the near future, one hour of instruction on telecoil (t-coil) and other assistive listening devices will be required. Read More
– An open letter to hearing healthcare providers from Hearing Life Magazine March/April edition. Written by Stephen O. Frazier. For the complete article visit: Full Article Dear Provider, Hearing loop and telecoil technology has dramatically improved my ability to hear in places I Read More
Hearing loops are on their way in, not out, as some might say. All types of hearing assistance technology (HAT) has it’s place if it helps a person live well with hearing loss. Today, on the ROCRENOVATION.COM website we see hearing loops were Read More
While traveling in and around NYC, it was refreshing to see hearing loops installed at help points. It’s tough to hear in the subway, but it just got easier for people who have manually accessible T Coils in their hearing devices.
Is it possible to loop a boat? Of course it is. Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s (MBTA’s) new vessels are looped and compliant with the United States Access Board’s accessibility guidelines for passenger vessels (PVAG).