Clients & Partners

911 Memorial & Museum Holocaust Museum (DC)
American Museum Of Natural History Hospital for Special Surgery (FL)
Boynton Beach LibraryHunterdon County Courthouse
Boynton Beach Recreation Hunterdon County Library
Bristol-Myers SquibbHunterdon Medical Center
Brookdale Senior LivingInspira Health
Cedar Crest Performing Arts CenterKelsey Theatre
Cedar Crest Senior LivingMetuchen Library
City of Boynton Beach – City HallNewberry Opera House
City of Boynton Beach – Cultural Arts Ctr North Palm Beach Library
Community Bible Church (TX)On Site Audiology
Cumberland County (NJ)Passaic County Courthouse
East Brunswick LibraryPiscataway Kennedy Library
Easter SealsPolice HQ – City of Boynton Beach
Essex CountyPrinceton Public Library
First United Methodist (TX)Southern Company
Franklinville LibrarySt. Matthew’ Episcopal (CO)
Georgia PowerVillage of North Palm Beach
Gloucester County Courthouse Watermark Retirement Communities
High Ridge Country Club

At a glance, we may assume that all “places of public accommodation” are ADA compliant. We notice the ramps, curb-cuts, elevators, etc. and we believe that architects and designers of these spaces have specified ALL that is needed. However, mobility issues are just one area of need.

What’s missing and why?
There are millions in the US who navigate our hearing world while dependent upon personal hearing devices. It can be challenging and, at times, it’s not safe to be unaware of audio messaging or conversations in public spaces.

In places of public accommodation, ADA accessibility standards require that strategies and tools for “effective communications” are made available to ALL – regardless of hearing health.

A Few Good Examples:
Captioning is an effective tool for those with good vision and who speak the primary language in use. The traditional Hearing Loop System is consumer-preferred by those who depend upon personal hearing aids, cochlear implants, bone-conduction devices and other telecoil/loop receivers. ASL translation is extremely useful for approximately 500k in the U.S. who do not rely on any audio sources.

The list of good examples of well designed, inclusive spaces is growing rapidly and one day soon, we anticipate that hearing loss will be more visible to more people. #RemoveTheASK is currently trending on social media to combat the lack of accessibility for those with any type of “invisible” disability.

Architect, Designer, Engineer: Learn more about why the installation of audio induction loop systems during construction offers your clients the most effective, seamless and consumer-preferred option for better hearing and comprehension. Note: Loop wire embedded in a concrete floor (50 year warranty) allows for changes in floor coverings as often as needed.

Audio Visual Consultant: With each audio project you design and install, you will have an opportunity to offer your clients the consumer-preferred choice for assistive listening. With audio induction loop systems, there is no need to borrow gear to improve hearing. Telecoil-equipped hearing aids and implants are simply switched to “telecoil mode” and crystal clear sound is delivered wirelessly by the loop system. Note: A variety of configurations of wired or wireless mics and PA systems work efficiently with a loop system.

Audiologist: Knowing how to activate a telecoil, and what to expect when in public spaces that feature a hearing loop system – clarity of sound and increased comprehension, of course — is a simple lesson with a one-to-one hearing loop system that can be portable if needed.