Many hearing aids used today incorporate accessories with advanced digital technology. Turn your digital hearing aids into wireless headphones with a TV streamer or use a phone clip to stream calls or audio from your mobile device to your hearing aids. A smart mic accessory can enhance and extend your listening range to make conversations clearer, and the remote control function of some aid devices can allow you to raise or lower the volume or switch among streaming devices.
Being unable to recognize daily auditory signals can have a serious impact on well-being and safety in the home. Assistive listening devices provide individuals with hearing loss or deafness a sense of comfort and safety within their homes.
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) can help individuals with hearing loss to function better in day-to-day situations. ALDs alert individuals of auditory signals in their environment (alarm clocks, telephones, doorbells, etc.), without relying solely on hearing.
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