Assistive listening devices for hearing impaired adults and children are similar to hearing aids in that they enhance and deliver sound directly into the ear. However, these devices are designed for specific listening environments. The technology relies on radio broadcast, infrared, or inductive loop technology to separate speech from background noise and help hearing-impaired people follow conversations and public speakers with greater ease.
Each device has a microphone, transmission technology, and an earpiece for receiving sound. A Center for ENT audiologist can teach you how to use the device and can calibrate some assistive listening devices to work with other hearing devices, such as a cochlear implant or hearing aids.
We use the latest assistive listening technologies for exceptional performance.
Patients have the ability to create individually personalized settings to improve hearing in any listening environment.
Our audiologists will set up your device and teach you everything you need to know.
We provide patients with access to the most technologically advanced hearing devices available.
The Center for ENT is committed to customizing treatment and care for each patient. We firmly believe the best way to deliver incredible results is to design every solution and treatment plan around the patient, not just the condition.