Hearing loss is invisible and, typically, students prefer to keep it that way. Not paying attention to their need for accessibility, by way of assistive listening technology, lowers their chance for success — academically, socially and emotionally.
For students, faculty and visitors with hearing loss, the T-Coil/Hearing Loop sign posted at an entrance makes them feel safe and welcome. Knowing that their hearing aids, or implants, will get the boost they need from the hearing loop system means that clear, filtered sound will reach their ears. In addition to custom-designed and installed “large room” loops for schools of all types, smaller loop systems are recommended for one-to-one conversations. With a Looped Rubber Floor Mat or Countertop Loop system there is privacy, clarity and improved comprehension – for coursework, exams, etc.
The consumer-preferred assistive technology increases student and faculty experience, engagement and outcomes.
ADA Compliance as well as IEC60118-4 Code Compliance.
Building a culture of accessibility and inclusivity is the right thing to do, and will set your school apart from others.
Lower the risk of lawsuit for non-compliance and improve employee satisfaction and work performance.
Locations for Loop Systems
A Loop System can be installed at any point of interaction between staff and students.
- Classrooms and Lecture Halls
- Libraries and Student Activity Areas
- Health Clinics, Guidance & Administrative Offices
For one-to-one conversations with privacy, clarity and improved comprehension, choose one or more of the following systems:
2-Way Talker Shield (Open duplex communication + hearing loop)
Portable Hearing Loop (ILP) Kit with Travel Case
Counter & Desk-top Loop System
Under-Counter Loop System
Looped Rubber Floor Mat
Looped Seat Cushion
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