Makes audible alerts in the environment (telephone, doorbell, alarms) louder

A medium-sized, white, and square device with a large built-in speaker face.

Telephone signal indicator designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. This device alerts the user to incoming telephone calls through a variety of signaling options including horn, bell, chime, or vibrating chime.

White electrical box with screws on the corners and a raised horizontal area with the word phone on it.

A loud, attention-getting electronic ringer with strobe light designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing that is suitable for noisy locations or outdoor areas.

An orange rectangular icon with a white headphone graphic.

Allows users wearing headphones the ability to also hear what is happening around them.

Various models of phone amplifiers. Two are medium-sized rectangular devices with a built-in speaker that connect to a phone jack. One is a small speaker that attaches directly to a cordless phone against where the user places their ear. A fourth is a long, thin device with a small menu display.

Connects to standard telephones and makes the ring and phone call volume extra loud.

A black and red device resembling a digital alarm clock. It features various menu buttons, a small antenna, and a time display. The device is connected to a round, white component.

Visual Alert System for the deaf or people with profound hearing loss. The AL10 alerts you to telephone calls and the doorbell and has optional accessories that can alert you to an audio alarm, a crying baby or the presence of an intruder.

Overhead view of museum room with a black disc hanging from the ceiling and people gathered by an exhibit.

A complete induction loop system that works in conjunction with an ILA10 amplifier, which allows a microphone or alternative sound source to be broadcast through the overhead disc. 

Closeup of the seat of a black desk chair with a black foam cushion on it.

A seat cushion that creates a personal-sized induction loop field for telecoil-equipped hearing aids. 

Blue and white device sitting on counter in office setting. Device features an image of an outline of an ear with an arrow diagonally through it and a small capital letter T on the lower right.

An all-in-one audio induction field generator for use with telecoil-equipped hearing aids, cochlear implants, and loop receivers. 

Screenshot of a Windows OS desktop application, featuring a menu bar and a three-pane program window. The window features an input box for a contact name and number, as well as a "missed call" log.

Voice-output telephone and caller identification (ID) program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

Name of product on top of pixelated image of small rectangular clock with display screen in the middle showing a digital time readout of 00:00.

A free program for people who are visually impaired featuring a talking clock with a resizable window that has a large print display of the time.