This website is for the consumer as well as for audiologists and hearing aid care specialists. It has a myriad of hearing health care products you can purchase including a parent kit store.microsonic-inc.com/921-parentsschoolkit.aspx which enables parents to check the performance of their child's hearing aid before or after the school day. Contains stethoscope, wax loop, tubing air blower, dehumidifier kit and battery tester. Also ideal for school nurses use.
www.harriscomm.com/Harris Communications is a nationwide retailer of assistive products for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people. You can find a variety of vibrating alarm clocks, visual signalers, amplified telephones, gifts, novelties, sign language books & DVDs and more.
Soundbytes is another great company with products for the deaf and hard of hearing, such as cell phone accessories. I purchased a vibrating/light bed alarm clock and a phone signaler from them and I have had great success with these products.
I bought the Linear Bluetooth Neckloop that works with my cell phone. The neckloop sends the signal to both hearing aids (the hearing aids must have FM capability). This way I can hear a phone conversation with both ears, which is a great advantage with a hearing loss. It also allows you to be hands free and be about 12 feet away from your cell phone!
You can find different bed vibrators and alarm clocks. I have liked and still use the Sonic Boom Super-Loud Alarm Clock. It can wake you up with the bed vibrator, the sound, the light, or any combination of these. Look for a link for this on my page "More Products for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing."
www.independentliving.com/default.aspIndependent Living Aids, LLC
is a privately-held, direct marketing/distribution company in the United States with products for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or have low vision, or daily living needs. The Hearing
section is supported by the Soundbytes company, but you may find unusual things, such as hearing aid jewelry and twists and good deals.
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