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Assistive listening device

An assistive listening device is a device that is used to improve hearing ability for people in a variety of situations whether they use or do not use hearing aids. IPF understands that hearing loss and hearing aids are highly individualized, and users may want to try the various product solutions available to them. To support individuals who are hard of hearing, IPF has a limited number of devices available for the user to test before a department makes a purchase. If you are interested in a hands-on demonstration of these devices, call (517) 353-5515 to schedule an appointment. 

Other resources:

Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD)

Library Services for Persons with Disabilities: Assistive Listening Device

Request consultation for your operational needs.

Assistive listening devices

Walker clarity CE-125

Assistive Listening Devices – Walker Clarity CE-125

Avaya amplified speech handset

Avaya Amplified Speech Handset

Walker W6 amplified handset     

Walker W6 Amplified Handset

Clarity C200 amplified Trimline telephone

  Clarity C200 Amplified Trimline Telephone

CapTel 840i telephone

Cap Tel Telephone

SupraPlus headset and accessories

SupraPlus Headset and accessories

Krown K-RA05 amplified ringer/strobe light