Hearing Loss 101 Facts

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Hearing Aids

Better made now than ever before, hearing aids amplify sounds very well in quiet spaces and within a 6′ radius. In larger, noisy spaces with varied acoustic properties, hearing aids can distort critical sounds of speech and amplify un-important, background noises.

Hearing Loops

In noisy public spaces, the joy of an audio experience & ability to understand speech clearly is possible, even with hearing aids or cochlear implants.  Audio Induction (Hearing) Loop amplifiers deliver crystal clear sound to the telecoil (T-Coil) within the majority of hearing devices worn in the U.S.

Campaigns to raise funds for the installation of a hearing loop are effective and serve as celebrations of a community’s desire to be inclusive of those with hearing loss.