ALDs can increase the loudness of desired sounds, such as a radio, television, or a public speaker, without increasing the loudness of the background noises. People with all types and degrees of hearing loss can benefit from an assistive listening device (ALD). Since the microphone of a typical hearing aid is worn on or behind your ear, its ability to enhance the talker-to-background noise ratio is limited.
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) are not only for people who use hearing aids. Individuals with all degrees and types of hearing loss could benefit from an Assistive Listening Device, even those without hearing loss. Call Diversified Hearing or visit one of our eight locations to inquire about how an Assistive Listening Device could improve your quality of life. CONTACT US TODAY.