Person-to-Person Communication

Products supporting communication between people; face-to-face, phone, messaging
A gray rectangular device with rounded edges two jack outputs attached to the left and two earbuds attached to the right.

A compact dual-sided in-the-ear headset and control box that offers a compact safety solution for individuals in a high-noise environment.

A black rectangular speaker with an elongated black transmitter with menu buttons and a loop attached to the top.

Wireless sound-field system with one transmitter and two speakers.

A screenshot featuring communication menu options such as keyboard, notebooks, and phone.

A language system for literate adults who, due to a stroke, a traumatic brain injury or a degenerative neurological disease such as ALS, need a way to actively engage at home, in the workplace, in social situations, and in medical settings.

Word selection screen on a white tablet with a handle displaying a 6x10 communications grid.

A communications device for individuals who have difficulty using their natural voice that combines the TouchChat app with an Apple iPad or iPad mini and the ChatWrap case.

A screenshot of the phrases and words menu with symbols above each selection, for example, "good" with a thumbs up.

Communication apps suitable for people with autism, aphasia, dysarthria, dyspraxia and cerebral palsy. All of the TalkingTablet Communication Aids include voice control which allows the user to have speech on all the time or only at the completion of the statement.

Black rectangular electronic device with three control knobs on the lower left, indicator lights across the top, and two cutouts at the ends of each side for mounting screws.

Portable induction loop systems that transmit the spoken word directly and clearly to a listener's hearing aid equipped with a T-coil.

Picture of headphones leaning against a small, white oblong device with an earbud coiled next to it.

Small, pocket-sized devices that amplify sounds closest to the listener while reducing background noise. They are designed for one-on-one conversations, small groups, TV listening, or conversing in the car.

Rounded light blue square with grid-like pattern in background with a large, yellow letter V in the center.

A voice input augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) app designed for people with dysarthria that allows them to use voice commands to speak phrases.

Various models of dial-less telephones, which resemble standard corded telephones, but without a number keypad or menu. Two phones are off-white, and one is red.

Telephones for users with Alzheimer's or other cognitive difficulties who would benefit from a simplified telephone that can only receive incoming calls.

Various models of flashing strobe devices that alert deaf or hard-of-hearing users when the phone rings. One device is a white, rectangular box with a clear LED strobe. Another is a red triangle strobe. The third and fourth models are base stands for smartphones that feature built-in cradles for the devices and built-in flashing light displays on the base.

Flashing telephone signaler is a visual alert system to notify deaf or hard of hearing users when they have an incoming phone call.