Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices
Hearservice stocks an array of assisted listening devices. Assisted listening devices are designed to significantly aid communication for deaf and hard of hearing people, and can be used with or without hearing aids.
In keeping with our holistic model, Hearservice has a dedicated Devices Specialist that is committed to providing assistive technology for your hearing needs. Our Devices Specialist works closely with our team of audiologists and speech pathologists to ensure you achieve your maximum hearing potential by providing the best strategies and solutions to manage your hearing loss.
Our range of assisted listening devices are available for purchase online and include:
- Telephones with adjustable volume and tone controls
- Mobile phone wireless Bluetooth Loopset
- Television headsets with independent volume control
- Doorbells with low pitch chime and visual prompts
- Alarm clocks with volume control, tone, vibration and flash alert
- Wireless alert systems for the telephone, smoke detector, doorbell and baby cry monitor
- Induction hooks & loops which work with Telecoil feature of hearing aids to reduce background noise
- Personal amplifiers which assist to increase surrounding noise
- FM systems that work with your hearing aids increasing your speech understanding in challenging situations.
Download our assisted listening devices catalogue, and for more information please call 1300 30 20 31 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brooks Smoke Alarm Package
Worried that you or a loved one will not hear the smoke alarm?
The Brooks Smoke Alarm Package includes components to give a visual and tactile (vibrating) alert, as well as the usual sounding alarm should the smoke detector be activated.
How does it work?
The Flash unit is placed beside the bed, and connected to the Bed Shaker. If the smoke alarm is activated, it will send a signal to the Flash unit.
The Flash unit is connected to power via a mains adaptor and has a built in rechargeable battery backup.
Easy to install yourself, this package will allow you to keep safe and independent.
Did you know that you may be eligible for funding?
The Vicdeaf Smoke Alarm Subsidy is available to Victorians who are profoundly deaf or have a cochlear implant. More information, including eligibility criteria can be found here.
Department of Veterans Affairs welcome.
Client: "hearservice have been fantastic in their knowledge and understanding of the domestic issues and flexibility required by deaf or hard of hearing people. Since I purchased my mini vibrating alarm clock from hearservice after excellent consultation, I now have a portable alarm that I can take with me when I travel or work or represent Australia with the Australian Deaf Waterpolo team. Thank you for helping make this part of my life so much easier for me."