Hearing Aids and Phones
If you currently have a cell phone with blue tooth you may be able to connect your hearing aids either directly to your cell phone or through a wireless accessory that works between your hearing aids and cell phone.
Several manufacturers currently have hearing aids that are MFi (made for Iphone) that allow you a direct connection to your hearing aid for cell phone use. This technology uses the hearing aid microphone as the relay for conversation.
There is another option for Bluetooth connectivity to most other cell phones. Most manufacturers have a wireless device that is worn around the neck. This device allows communication between the hearing aids and cell phone and houses the microphone to relay conversation.
These cell phone solutions offer handsfree communication and binaural listening into both hearing aids, thus improving phone conversation.
Currently, there are two manufacturers who have a landline phone that connects wirelessly to your hearing aids. This allows using the hearing aids with the landline to be much easier and more comfortable. Again, it allows amplification to come into both hearing aids.
Personal FM Systems
FM Systems are wireless assistive hearing devices that enhance the use of hearing aid(s) over distance and in noisy environments. They enable sound to be picked up close to a person speaking, or another sound source and is transmitted to the hearing aid wearer. This provides greater clarity of speech and a reduction in background noise. The system empowers the hearing aid user by offering enhanced speech and sounds in situations where hearing aids alone are not enough.
The system consists of receiver(s) sometimes attached to the hearing aids and a transmitter, which picks up the sound. It is a very portable and easy to use system.
Bluetooth Remote Microphones
This personal wireless microphone system lets patients hear their companions more easily in challenging listening environments like hearing in noise or one-on-one conversation over distance. The mic is attached to a lapel of the speaker using a clip or a lanyard and wirelessly sends audio directly to both hearing instruments through the use of an intermediary device.
A Clarity In Line Telephone Amplifier for use with any corded telephone. It attaches very easily and has up to 40 dB amplification.
There is a wide variety of amplified telephones available, suitable for any hearing loss. We also have access to a telephone for the hearing and visually impaired.
The 50dB Clearsounds CSC 600 Amplified phone for mild to severe loss.
The 50 dB Clarity XLC2 Amplified Dect 6.0 Cordless Speaker Phone with optional talking caller ID
There is a wide range of alarm clocks for the hearing impaired. We can choose from LED digital display or a traditional analog clock.
The Sonic Boom Analog Alarm Clock with Bedshaker. The Sonic Boom Analog Alarm has been designed for those who prefer the ease of use and familiar look of an analog alarm clock.
A Clarity Wake Assure Vibrating Alarm Clock. The Wake Assure™ Alarm Clock, provides a super loud alarm of up to 85+ decibels as well as a visual alarm indicator. With a powerful bed shaker and a lamp flasher connection, the Wake Assure™ is a great solution for those with a moderate hearing loss.
Amplification for TV:
Most hearing aid manufacturers have Bluetooth TV devices which work with their hearing aids. If your hearing aids are not compatible with Bluetooth, the following products may suit you.
TV Ears helps people with hearing loss hear the television clearly without turning up the volume!
The Sennheiser Set 830 Infra Red System. This listening system includes great sound, useful features, and interference-free listening in one convenient package.
We provide a full line of hearing protection from custom hearing plugs to musician plugs.
Custom musician plugs known as ER9, 15 or 25, they:
Custom Swim Plugs & Custom Hearing Protection
We also provide custom hearing protection. Impressions of the ears are
required. Custom Molded EarPlugs offer full-custom hearing protection, for
a wide variety of applications from shooting to sleeping. Anyone exposed
to noise above 85 dB should be wearing hearing protection.
We also provide custom swim plugs. Impressions of the ears are required.
Custom-made swim plugs offer protection for people prone to ear infections or other ear problems.
If you don’t need custom plugs, we also carry Doc’s Proplugs. They come in
sizes xs, s, m l, xl. This is an inexpensive way to keep water out of the ears.