Sometimes an individual requires the use of assistive listening devices either alone or in combination with their hearing aids to provide the best possible listening experience in all communicative situations, be it for home or work use. Other times a hearing loss may not be amenable to traditional amplification but could benefit from other interim devices suitable to the current hearing needs of the individual, be it for work or home use.

  • FM systems for direct communication, amplified telephones, alarm clocks, flashing telephone signalers, fire alarms, TV listening devices, doorbell signalers
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Other accessories
  • Remote controls
  • Chargers
  • Custom swim and noise protection
  • swim plugs (water prevention post-surgical)
  • musician plugs
  • noise protection
  • pilot molds
  • sound system molds (ipods etc)