Assistive Devices

  1. TV Amplifiers
  2. Phone Amplifiers
  3. Amplified alarm systems
  4. FM systems
  5. Telecoil looping systems


Bluetooth Technology

The ability to connect wireless from your hearing aids to an electronic device. Better connections in your life with people, information and entertainment.


Phone: Improves phone communication by allowing the patient to hear the phone conversation with both ears. 




Television: Better clarity for television





Microphone: Advanced noise canceling to help hear better in noise.




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