Hearing Impaired Phone
Welcome to a world of conversation
A hearing-impaired phone opens a world of conversation for a person with hearing loss. When a person experiences hearing loss, phone conversations become more difficult. The lack of physical interaction during a phone call compounds the hearing difficulties. One cannot read the other person’s lips or facial expressions to try to understand the conversation. When the physical and visual elements are missing, it becomes even more important to have a clear auditory experience. Fortunately, there are phones for people with hearing loss which amplify sounds to make the person on the other end audible.
In an increasingly global world, families often live far apart from each other. Families and friends stay connected through phone conversations and voice mail. Therefore, being able to use phones for the hearing impaired becomes more important and necessary. Staying connected to love ones gives meaning to life and enriches people’s lives, especially older individuals who may have difficulty traveling to social events. Having telephones for the hard of hearing increases people’s happiness and quality of life.
Ask the hear.com experts
Our hearing experts and specialists can also help you decide if you would like to purchase hearing aids. Hearing aids improve your hearing in all situations and help improve your quality of life. hear.com experts will also give you information about hearing aid compatible cell phones. Many of today’s hearing aids have Bluetooth built-in, so you could experience great call quality with your hearing aids connected to your mobile phone. With Bluetooth connection, the hearings aids’ T-coils receive signals directly from the phone without interference! Great call quality is a just a phone call away. Contact us today for more information!