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Cynthia Compton-Conley Ph.D., a professor at Gallaudet University, describes auditory assistive listening devices as "binoculars for the ears."
TR One of the most exciting, as well as challenging, aspects of being an audiologist is keeping up with the extremely rapid rate of scientific and technical progress related to not only amplification devices, such as hearing aids and assistive listening devices, but also cochlear implants and hearing aids and hearing and balance testing.
Assistive listening devices may also be available in public places.
This second edition contains new chapters on cochlear implantation and new material on children's language development and non-hearing-aid assistive listening devices; expanded appendices provide assessment instruments.
APHA has also worked to support access at its Annual Meeting via measures such as accessible facilities and Web pages, sign language interpreters, assistive listening devices, training for hotel staff and vendors and an accessible shuttle van.
If the problem isn't serious enough for hearing aids, you may still benefit from using assistive listening devices for mild hearing loss.
We will also continue to provide assistive listening devices as well as high-powered glasses for the visually impaired.
If your presbycusis isn't serious enough for hearing aids, you may still benefit from using assistive listening devices for mild hearing loss.
The Innovation Centers feature the Utopia Self-Checkout, cash handling technology, assistive listening devices and counter systems.
A section on adults examines procedures for counseling, hearing aid orientation, and assistive listening devices. Part IV, on older adults, discusses psychosocial and physical factors of aging, special considerations for hearing aid use, and programs in health care facility environments.
The Bellingham Bay Rotary Club and The Rotary Club of Bellingham are supporting the purchase of assistive listening devices for the Mount Baker Theatre.
Examples of these accommodations include ramps for workers who use wheelchairs and assistive listening devices for employees who are hearing impaired.

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