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E-Michigan Deaf and Hard of Hearing People.

Other Devices for People with Hearing Loss

In this marvelous age of technology, new products are being developed to aid communication for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Remember, one size NEVER fits all when it comes to accommodations for hearing loss. Many of these products will be a great help to some people, and others will find them utterly useless. Information is provided to assist your further research.

Inclusion of a product is for information only and is not an endorsement or recommendation of either product or manufacturer.

New Ideas and Products

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Photo of AudiSee Receiver/Monitor.

AudiSee
A device to facilitate speech reading and hearing in classrooms.

Photo of Interpretype.

Interpretype
This is a portable keyboard communication system.

Photo of Link–IT microphone system.

Link–IT
Link–IT is an array microphone system designed to improve listening in noisy situations.

Image Gallery of Hearing Assistive Technology

The following image gallery is an overview of the assistive devices available to persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. Included is information on various signaling and listening devices, and TTY's. The image gallery was developed by Ruth Illean Fox of Michigan SHHH (Self Help for Hard of Hearing People).

HTRS Presentation Image Gallery

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