The Possibilities are Endless When We Use Hearing Loops.
It’s always exciting to see how many more venues and facilities are in the “Hearing Loop” these days. Here is a listing of a few places that are now accessible to people who live with hearing loss.
A loop was recently installed at Magnolia Hall in Bluffton, South Carolina.
Hearing loops are now available at Credit Suisse banks in Switzerland. It’s great to see this bank is aware of the benefits of hearing access during transient interactions. Let’s hope more banks realize the benefit of providing hearing access to their customers. Just so you know there is a Chase bank in lower Manhattan that is also hearing accessible, via hearing loops, at all their teller windows.
The Missouri Theatre at 715 Edmond Street installed a hearing loop thanks to the City of St. Joseph and Sertoma, a civic Service organization with a national mission of hearing health.
St. Anne’s Episcopal Church in Annapolis, Maryland is in the hearing loop. A parishioner/Audiologist was very helpful in bringing hearing access to parishioners with hearing loss.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation installed hearing loop at a Milwaukee train station. How exciting to see a transportation hub in the hearing loop!
The possibilities are endless when we use hearing loops!