Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive listening devices (ALDs) are devices that are used to assist hearing in situations where hearing aid use alone is not enough. Both Sackville Hearing Centre and Alderney Hearing Centre provide an array of assistive listening devices including television and phone amplifiers, personal amplification devices, bed shaker alarm clocks, doorbell signalers and amplified baby monitors.
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Sackville Hearing: 902 865-4455

Alderney Hearing: 902 465-4334

Assistive listening devices (ALDs) are devices that are used to assist hearing in situations where hearing aid use alone is not enough. Some common situations are:

  • Watching the television
  • Talking on the telephone
  • At a meeting and in a noisy restaurant

Most assistive listening devices work by bringing sound directly to the user’s hearing aids via Bluetooth, infrared or FM technology. This eliminates competing noises in the background and allows the hearing aid user to hear the wanted signal (i.e. T.V., telephone, speaker at a meeting, etc.) better.

Our Hearing Centres provide an array of assistive listening devices including television and phone amplifiers, personal amplification devices, bed shaker alarm clocks, doorbell signalers and amplified baby monitors.

For more information on any of these devices, please contact our clinic.