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The technology of hearing aids has exploded during the past few years. Therefore there is more confusion than ever about the different kinds of hearing aids, what to consider when purchasing hearing aids, etc. Below you will find information for yourself or your clients that may answer some of these questions.
Implantable hearing aids
Check out the following web sites for information about this new technology, designed for those with a sensorineural hearing loss of a moderately-severe to severe degree who are unable to benefit adequately from conventional hearing aids.
The telecoil in hearing aids
Telecoils are a mechanism inside the hearing aid which enable the hearing aid to be used directly with hearing-aid compatible telephones and most assistive listening devices. This is technology you should know about. For information about telecoils, go to:
Where can I get financial help for the purchase of hearing aids or other assistive listening devices?
For further information, contact the DHHS regional office nearest you.
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