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  • 1. Technology Assistance for People with Hearing Loss
  • 2. Knowing when the telephone is ringing can be difficult with hearing loss
  • 3. This Loud Bell Ringer might help
  • 4. Plugs into any standard outlet
  • 5. When switched “ON” it rings very loudly
  • 6. There is a telephone for everyone regardless their degree of hearing loss
  • 7. This phone has many special features
  • 8. It has a volume control
  • 9. It has an output jack
  • 10. Use output jack with headphones
  • 11. Use output jack with neckloop plus hearing aid T-switch
  • 12. Light flashes when telephone rings
  • 13. Similar features on cordless phone
  • 14. Handset has volume control
  • 15. Handset has headphone jack
  • 16. Neckloop works with headphone jack
  • 17. Portable amplifiers for standard phones
  • 18. Carry in pocket/purse slip over earpiece
  • 19. It has a volume control
  • 20. TTY (Text Telephone) uses text versus sound
  • 21. TTY has a standard typing keyboard
  • 22. Message window shows typing from both phones
  • 23. Ways TTY is used: TTY to relay to phone Reads Typing Types Reply Person using TTY Relay Types to Relay Operator Reads Reply Person on phone Listens to Relay Operator Speaks Reply
  • 24. Ways TTY is used: VOC (voice carry over) Types Reply Person using TTY Relay Talks to Person on Phone Reads Reply Person on phone Hears person speak Speaks Reply
  • 25. Ways TTY is used: TTY to TTY Person using TTY Types to person on TTY Reads Reply Person using TTY Reads Typing Types Reply
  • 26. VCO phone can be used as standard telephone
  • 27. Time is important! Missing an alarm is frustrating.
  • 28. Vibrating alarm clock awakens sound sleepers
  • 29. Place under pillow and clip to pillow case
  • 30. Battery operated; it is easy to set
  • 31. A vibrating watch works like the clock
  • 32. Multi alert systems are All-In-One units
  • 33. High power strobe flashes in response to sound
  • 34. Vibrator under mattress vibrates in response to sound
  • 35. Smoke alarm transmitter connects to existing smoke alarm
  • 36. Receiver indicates sound is fire alarm
  • 37. Doorbell transmitter connects to existing doorbell
  • 38. Receiver indicates sound is doorbell
  • 39. Telephone transmitter connects to phone plug
  • 40. Receiver indicates sound is telephone
  • 41. Sound transmitter is placed near baby/child
  • 42. Receiver indicates sound is baby/child
  • 43. Hearing can be difficult in noise, in large auditoriums, and in groups
  • 44. ALD’s (Assistive Listening Devices) make it easier to hear
  • 45. All ALD’s (Assistive Listening Devices) have microphones
  • 46. All ALD’s (Assistive Listening Devices) have transmitters
  • 47. All ALD’s (Assistive Listening Devices) have receivers
  • 48. All ALD’s (Assistive Listening Devices) allow varied connections
  • 49. All ALD’s (Assistive Listening Devices) transmit sound waves Infrared FM Induction Hard wire Light waves Magnetic waves Radio Frequency Direct connection
  • 50. Some ALD’s (Assistive Listening Devices) connect to audio devices
  • 51. For More Assistance For a Michigan Contact us at info@mi-shhh.org They’re anxious to Help! Hearing Technology Resource Specialist

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