Additional Services & Support


When it comes to hearing all the sounds, sometimes you need some additional support. Here’s how we can help.

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Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) are designed to amplify sounds and improve sound clarity. These devices cater to various listening needs, helping you to participate in conversations, enjoy entertainment, and engage in the world around you.

The benefits of ALDs include:

ALDs amplify speech sounds, making it easier to discern words in noisy environments.

Enhance Speech Clarity

By isolating and amplifying desired sounds, ALDs minimize the interference of background noise.

Reduce Background Noise

ALDs offer increased accessibility in group settings or large venues, so you don't miss out on important information.

Increase Accessibility

Types of ALD's: Find your perfect Match

Selecting the right hearing aid is an important choice. Our experts at Tru Clarity are here to guide you through the process.

  • Personal Amplifiers

    Personal amplifiers are portable devices that act as personal sound systems, amplifying and clarifying sounds. These devices are perfect for one-on-one conversations and small group settings. With user-friendly controls, you can customize volume levels and enjoy a personalized listening experience. Whether in a crowded restaurant or a family gathering, personal amplifiers provide the freedom to focus on the things you want to hear.

  • FM Systems

    FM systems use radio waves to transmit audio signals directly to your hearing aids, so this is a great solution in large group settings like classrooms or meetings. This technology ensures that you receive clear, amplified sound without any background noise. FM systems offer the opportunity to participate in discussions, lectures, or presentations without missing essential information.

  • Infrared Systems

    Infrared ALD systems use infrared light to transmit sound to your hearing aids. These systems are commonly used in theaters, auditoriums, or conference rooms. By delivering clear sound, this assistive listening device can give you an immersive auditory experience during performances, presentations, or other public gatherings.

  • Hearing Loops

    Hearing loops, also known as induction loops, utilize electromagnetic fields to transmit sound directly to the telecoil (T-coil) in hearing aids. Many public venues like theaters, churches, and public transportation centers have loop systems. All you have to do is activate the T-coil in your hearing device to receive a direct, clear signal straight to your ears.

  • TV Streamers

    TV streamers are devices that wirelessly transmit audio from the television directly to your hearing aids. This technology allows you to enjoy your favorite shows with personalized volume levels. TV streamers enhance audio clarity and help you enjoy your entertainment without disturbing others.

  • Captioned Telephones

    Captioned telephones are specially designed phones that display written transcriptions of spoken words during conversations. These phones are equipped with built-in screens that show real-time captions, allowing you to read what is being said while listening. Captioned telephones are an essential communication tool, helping you stay connected with loved ones and friends.

Aural Rehabilitation

Aural Rehabilitation is a comprehensive and personalized approach to boost communication skills for anyone with hearing loss. It includes a range of practices that can help you improve understanding and connection through better listening.

How Aural Rehabilitation Can Improve Communication Skills

Aural rehabilitation combines hearing aids with listening exercises and other communication strategies to improve listening skills. Aural rehabilitation can include:

  • Speech Reading and Lip Reading: Speech reading and lip reading are just one component of aural rehabilitation. You can learn to use visual cues, including lip and facial movements, to help you follow conversations and improve communication.
  • Auditory Training: Auditory training includes a set of exercises and activities that can improve your listening abilities. These exercises often focus on enhancing auditory processing skills, helping you understand and interpret the sounds you hear. Through structured training, you can experience heightened awareness of subtle nuances in speech and environmental sounds.
  • Communication Strategies: Aural rehabilitation can also equip you with some effective communication strategies. These strategies go beyond adapting to your hearing aids, and they’re tailored to your specific needs. Strategies can include techniques for navigating challenging listening environments, managing communication breakdowns, and fostering confidence in social and professional settings

By providing you with the tools and skills needed to navigate daily communication, aural rehabilitation can empower you to lead a richer, more fulfilling life.

If you need additional services or support, we’re here to help you discover the joy of better hearing