Which Devices for the Hard of Hearing Are Available?Technology is now so advanced that the hard of hearing can take advantage of an array of beneficial devices that help improve their lifestyle. This wide range of items provides a practical solution to hearing loss management in both the home and the workplace. Hearing impaired devices also help encourage independent living, and offer greater access to communication and social activities. Along with hearing aids, those with hearing loss can also depend on even more devices, such as:
Communication is a daily necessity. Specialised amplified phones for the hard of hearing feature all the fundamentals you would expect on any corded or cordless home phone. But, the key difference is the levels of amplification. These phones boast a ringer and voice volume which is far louder than that of normal DECT telephones. Some can even be adjusted to match your hearing needs. With hearing aid compatibility available across many of the models we supply, amplified telephones offer an instant improvement to the way the hard of hearing communicate with family and friends.
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Super Loud Alarm ClocksLoud alarm clocks come with a plethora of alerting tactics designed to get you up and out of bed with haste. As with amplified phones, super loud clocks also boast alarms far louder than stand clocks. Many of the clocks we supply come equipped with flashing lights, bright large displays, and a function for vibration. They are also available in different amplification levels. For example, the Sonic Bomb Alarm Clock is one of the loudest in production today!
Assistive Listening Devices
Wireless TV ListenersNow, many are free to enjoy activities such as listening to the radio or watching TV without having to disturb the rest of the household by increasing the volume. Wireless TV listeners are used to amplify sounds from various devices such as the TV, CD Players, PC/Laptop, and MP3/MP4 players. They reduce external noises and have rechargeable batteries and a light comfortable design. This all means you can listen at the required volume that suits you, without disturbing or being too loud for others.
When Did You Last Check Your Hearing?It is advised that you check your hearing regularly, even more so as we get older. We offer a free online hearing test which you can use to benchmark your current hearing ability. Our test is free, only takes a few minutes, and the results are instant. Results will indicate if you should do more to look after your hearing. Should you have concerns, we strongly advise that you consult a medical professional for a clinical assessment.
About Hearing Direct
We are one of the world's leading hearing aid specialists. Hearing Direct offers a wide range of affordable products, as well as information resources to help improve the quality of life for the hard of hearing. We sell:
- Hearing aids,
- Hearing Aid Accessories such as earplugs,
- and amplified devices such as super loud alarm clocks and amplified phones.