Assistive Listening Devices make conference rooms and auditoriums accessible for hard of hearing individuals as well as assist with communication and cognition. Devices include FM, infrared, and loop assistive listening devices. Assistive listening devices improve auditory discrimination and auditory attention by allowing listeners to focus on the speaker. Assistive listening devices override extraneous and distracting background noises to enhance the ability to effectively communicate. For individuals with cognitive disabilities, assistive listening devices help to improve listening skills and attention by allowing listeners to focus on the speaker, instead of on written words.
AT Demonstration Video - Assistive Listening Devices
Learn about how Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) can help employees with hearing limitations