Many airports, train stations, places of worship, theaters, auditoriums and more now feature hearing aid accessibility enhancements. Known as an induction loop system, a signal emits directly to hearing aids and cochlear implants. Even amidst heavy background noise, you will be able to hear with greater ease.
Anyone with hearing aids can connect to this service by switching them to the “T” or “telecoil” setting. Just look for the hearing loop sign, it is a blue symbol with an ear and a “T” to let you know if that establishment has it available. If you are traveling outside the U.S. the sign may be a different color.
If you are unsure of whether your hearing aids have telecoils schedule an appointment with Southern Nevada Audiology!
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