Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive devices can help to make interpersonal and group communication more manageable in noisy environments, in situations with poor acoustics or where distance is a factor.

Assistive devices include any device, except hearing aids, which help a deaf or hard of hearing person communicate more effectively through direct sound amplification or visual or vibrotactile alerts. Assistive devices include an array of technology, helping you with  everything from your television to your telephone.

Assistive listening devices (ALDs) enable personal connections to audio sources for music and TV.

Assistive Listening Devices support your hearing

Hearing aids make a ton of difference to most people with a hearing loss. But did you know that assistive listening devices can make listening even easier?

Here are some examples:

  • For watching TV

  • For talking on the landline

  • For connecting to devices like smartphones or tablets

  • For listening at events or in public

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