The term Assistive Listening Device (ALD) is used here as an overall category for amplifying or signaling devices designed to address the needs of those with hearing loss either as a substitute for, or to be used in conjunction with, hearing aids.

Some examples of these are:
– Personal Amplifiers
– Non-prescription devices providing general amplification
– Amplified Telephones
– Vibrating or Flashing Alarms
– Remote Amplification Systems
– Provide connectivity to remote microphone, telephone or media devices through FM, Infrared, Bluetooth or current loop communications.

You may work with us directly to find the right device for you or proceed directly to our partner ALD provider, Harris Communications, for more information about assistive listening devices. Click Here to visit now!