When hard of hearing people begin hearing phantom sounds (voices or music), they immediately worry they are going crazy. This book reveals what Musical Ear Syndrome (MES) is, what causes these phantom sounds and what you can do to deal with them and regain your peace of mind.
This robust, passive neckloop plugs into any audio device’s standard 1/8″ earphone jack which allows you to hear beautiful, clear sound via the t-coils on your hearing aids. Neckloops let you hear in both ears if you wear two hearing aids. Can be inconspicuously worn under clothing.Learn More | Add to Cart—Mono plug | Add to Cart—Stereo plug
If some (or all) normal sounds seem so loud they blow your socks off, this is a book you want to read! You don’t have to avoid noise or lock yourself away in a soundproof room. This book reveals what you can do to help bring your hyperacusis under control.
This book explains the six critical keys you have to deal with in order to live a happy, fulfilled life as a hard of hearing person. Each easy-to-read chapter explains in detail what is involved in successfully implementing each key into your life.
This Phone Ringer/Flasher is one cool device if you are hard of hearing and are “married” to your smart phone or landline phone. You’ll find it most difficult to miss calls when this gizmo flashes, sounds a loud alert and vibrates all at the same time.
This little FM radio not only covers the standard FM broadcast band (88 – 108 MHz), it also covers all channels in the 72 – 76 M Hz ALD band. Thus it is compatible with the FM systems you often find it churches and public venues, as well as working with various personal FM systems.