Assistive Listening Devices
Argus Audiology helps people with hearing problems live a better life with devices that are designed for your convenience. You can discuss your requirements with our audiologists for assistive listening devices in our New Brunswick clinic locations. Book a consultation today.
Devices Available With Us
Pocket Talkers: The Pocket Talker System is an easy to use and versatile portable amplifier that provides users with the ability to hear more clearly in difficult listening situations. With the ability to be used for one-to-one conversations or in small groups as well as for TV and radio listening, the Pocket Talker is ideal for use at home or on the go. Pocket talkers are helpful in hospital settings, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and when a person has a hearing loss but is unable to use hearing aids due to dexterity issues.
Amplified Telephones: The Telephone Clarity Amplification is a handset amplifier. This handset amplifier connects easily and there is no wiring involved. You will only need to install the battery (included) and plug-in between the telephone and the handset. You’ll have an amplified telephone (up to 40 dB) using your existing telephone. This system will allow you to hear speech more clearly and at a higher volume. Argus Audiology offers a wide variety of additional amplified telephones. To find out which amplified telephone is right for you, contact any one of our locations to speak with a member of our dedicated team of hearing care professionals.
TV Listening Devices: TV Listening Devices have helped thousands of people with hearing loss hear the television clearly without turning up the volume. With this wireless listening device technology, you set your own volume and tone while others listen to the television volume at their own level.
Hearing Aid Remote Controls: Stylish, compact and user-friendly wireless remote that controls the volume, preferences and programs in hearing aids.
Remote Microphones: The microphone can be used as a wireless headset for your cellphone or as a remote microphone. Speech from the person wearing the remote microphone will be streamed directly to your hearing aids, within a 20-meter range.