Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs)

Listening just got even easier.

Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) is a general name for devices that are designed to help you communicate easier, and improve your quality of life. Most commonly, people use ALDs to hear their television, talk on the phone, or hold conversations a bit easier. Many can be used with or without hearing aids and provide and increased satisfaction in difficult listening environments. A few common Assistive Listening Devices that we offer our patients are bluetooth neckloops, talk and type phones, amplified phones, PockeTalkers, and wireless TV headsets.

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Wireless TV Headsets

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Pocketalkers® by Williams Sound

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Bluetooth Neckloop

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Amplified Phones