Legislation Requiring Audiologists to Provide T-coil Information

Hearing aids use a microphone to pick up and amplify sounds, like a conversation between people. While this works well when a hearing aid user is in close proximity (3 – 6 feet) and in quiet environments, it doesn’t work as well when the user is in a public space or venue, because of distance from the sound source and interfering sounds like background noise. Their hearing aids amplify all sounds. This is where assistive listening systems help – add in the use of a hearing aid with a t-coil and it’s magical. Read More >>>