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).
Dear Friends & Colleagues, Now more than ever it is necessary to fit hearing instruments with a manually accessible T Coil program. Recent legislation was passed in New York City (NYC) that requires hearing loops to be installed in public meeting spaces where Read More
More and more airports are reducing communication barriers for people who live with hearing loss. This month I learned two more airports are installing hearing loop systems in the near future. Kudos to the Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC) and Memphis International Airport Read More
This week I learned that multiple hearing loops were installed at DTW (Detroit Airport). Thank you Delta (my favorite airline) for considering the needs of guests with hearing loss and making a positive difference in their travel experience. Airports are notoriously difficult listening Read More