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Thank you for supporting our nonprofit charitable organization and Deaf and hard of hearing communities.
Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives! Assistive signaling devices that flash and vibrate alert the Deaf and hard of hearing to smoke detector and other emergencies in the home. Click anywhere in the photo to got to the safety page.
A man and a woman riding in a vehicle using the Phonak Roger Select wireless microphone.  The man has the Roger select clipped to hid shirt and the woman is listening and smiling as they drive.
Two people using the Pocketalker to communicate as an amplified assistive listening device for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Lady laying on her side in bed.  Shake awake alarm clocks vibrate and flash to wake up the Deaf and hard of hearing.
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Blog Posts

  • So, You’re Moving Out!

    So, You’re Moving Out!

    Tips for Hard of Hearing and Deaf Students Who Are Leaving Home - In addition to purchasing some reliable safety and alerting equipment, contact the Accessibility Office at your university or college to discuss accommodations for communication in the classroom, 
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  • Telecoils, Hearing Loops, & Airports

    Telecoils, Hearing Loops, & Airports

    Hearing/induction loop systems have been installed at airports in central Europe, the Far East, Australia, and the United States. In Canada, however, implementing this technology has been a slow process.

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