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    Hearing loops are gaining momentum in Vernon

    An induction loop helps people with hearing loss to hear much more easily in public places such as churches, theatres or even at home and can be used by anyone of any age. by  Staff Writer – Vernon Morning Star posted Mar 8, 2015 at 1:00 AM Theatres. Places of worship. Retirement residences. Stadiums. Banquet […]

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    Lake Country theatre catering to hearing impaired

    A community theatre in Lake Country is making itself more accessible to people with hearing loss. Thanks to a new sponsorship provided by Lakeside Hearing & Tinnitus Centre, Creekside Theatre was able to install the Auris Loop assistive listening system. Photo Credit: Lake Country website. “Lake Country has been making large strides towards being a […]

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    Why North America lags Europe in Loop Systems

    “Britain’s Royal National Institute for Deaf People (now Action for Hearing Loss) has noted that “Induction loops are vital to ensure accessibility for hearing aid wearers,” and offers suggestions for installing

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    Hearing Loop Seminar

    SEMINAR: Why amplification is not enough and smart ways to overcome some listening barriers. Hearing aid, cochlear implant, and bone-anchored hearing aid technologies have improved over the years, yet wearers still struggle with two main problems: Background Noise Distance This FREE seminar will educate attendees about ways individuals, businesses and the community can reduce the […]

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