Did you know that hearing loops also provide hearing access for individuals who do not use cochlear implants or hearing instruments?
Hearing loops provide wireless hearing access to individuals who use cochlear implants (CI) and hearing instruments (HI) with a T Coil, but hearing loops also provide hearing access for individuals who do not use a CI or HI. Hearing loop receivers with headphones Read More
I am frequently asked about hearing access/accommodations required, under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), for small businesses. Of course, hearing loops came up in a recent conversation with one business owner as they are the only hearing assistance technology (HAT) that is Read More
Educating professionals, consumers, and organizations about the benefits of hearing loops is easy with these two -1 page documents created by the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) and the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA). Hearing Loops provide wireless access to T Coil Read More
According to The Hearing Loss Association of America, when looking for the right installer for your hearing loop installation find out: • If the installer can provide references • If the installer will provide a Certificate of Conformity • If the installer offers Read More
Hearing loop systems can improve a person’s ability to hear by wirelessly transmitting sound to a person’s T Coil equipped hearing instrument or cochlear implant. Take a listen to Composer, Richard Einhorn’s audio demonstration of a hearing loop system at work in the Read More
IDNYC is in the Hearing Loop The IDNYC program offers a photo identification card for residents of New York City and many Enrollment Centers have hearing loops available for individuals who live with hearing loss. The municipal ID card connects New Yorkers to Read More