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ADA CALCULATOR, TOOLS & KITS

California ADA Compliance Calculator

The calculator allows you to enter the number of seats in a venue and calculate the minimum number of assistive listening devices and neck loops needed to meet new 2014 ADA requirements.

Listen California ADA Compliance Calculator

Enter the capacity in the assembly area
Minimum number of required receivers
Minimum number of hearing-aid compatible required receivers

ADA / IBC Calculator

The calculator allows you to enter the number of seats in a venue and calculate the minimum number of assistive listening devices and neck loops needed to meet new 2010 ADA requirements.

Listen ADA / IBC Compliance Calculator

Enter the capacity in the assembly area
Minimum Assistive Listening Devices required
Minimum number of neck loops required


DOWNLOAD ADA PC DESKTOP CALCULATOR:

The calculator allows you to enter the number of seats in a venue to calculate the minimum number of assistive listening devices and neck loops needed to meet new 2010 ADA requirements. You can install this on your PC and run it whenever you would like.

Installation Instructions:
 (Please do not open without saving first)
1. Download the program by [clicking here].
2. Save the program to your desktop.
3. Open the folder and run the set up.
4. Pin the icon to your start up menu or task bar. Note – it will automatically create an icon on your desktop.
5. Discard the folder when complete or leave it on your desktop.
6. The program can be uninstalled at your discretion in the control panel of your PC.

If you experience any difficulties, contact Listen Tech Support at 1.800.330.0892, +1.801.233.8992 or email support@listentech.com.

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DOWNLOAD our ADA CALCULATOR as a smart Phone App :

The iPhone application is available on iTunes.
The Android application is available on play.google.com.
Search for ‘Listen ADA Calculator’ on either site.

ALD Locator

Finding Locations with Assistive Listening Devices

Discover the places that provide assistive listening systems in venues near you with the ALD Locator. Its purpose is to provide access to assistive listening friendly facilities and businesses and searchable by type of system, zip code, city or state. The ALD Locator is located at www.ALDlocator.com.

ADA Funding

In 2004, President Bush signed the Assistive Technology Act funds which primarily funds state programs that provide assistive technology (AT) devices and services to individuals with disabilities. The bill includes many of ASHA’s recommendations including:

  • Making AT legislation a regular authorization by waiving the current sunset provision;
  • Ensuring that funding would continuously be made available for AT programs;
  • Including students with disabilities in the required state transition assistance programs;
  • Establishing universal design principles that are usable by people with the widest range of functional capabilities;
  • Increasing teacher training on AT devices and services for children with disabilities;
  • Continuing state protection and advocacy programs; and
  • ADA Calculator, ALD Locator and other information to help you understand the ADA requirements for assistive listening.
  • Navigating through the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can often prove to be a challenge for organizations to easily understand the intent of ADA, in particular Title III and providing assistive listening devices for hard of hearing people.

Venue Assistive Listening Toolkit

Download this toolkit for tips on ensuring that you are accommodating those with hearing loss that want an enjoyable experience in your venue.

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