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Amplified phone not loud enough? The CapTel Phone, or Captioned Telephone, captions the words of the people you call. You can hear and speak while viewing captions. The CapTel Phone works like any other telephone with one important addition: It displays every word the caller says throughout the conversation. CapTel users can listen to the caller, and can also read the written captions in the CapTel's bright display window.
Brand: Sorenson Communications
Difficulty hearing on the phone? The CaptionCall Phone captions the words of the people you call. You can hear and speak while viewing captions. The CaptionCall Phone works like a regular telephone, you dial and answer like you always have. No additional numbers required for dialing or receiving calls. A landline phone and high speed internet connection is required. Sleek, touch screen phone with easy to read display.
Categories: Hearing and Speech
Weak voice? The Amplified Handset replaces the handset on most phones and helps to amplify your own voice. The Clarity Handset amplifies outgoing sounds up to 26 dB and is compatible with many of Clarity's most popular corded phones. The Amplified Handset is an ideal solution for those with low speech volume.
Categories: Hearing and Cognitive
If you have memory loss and low-to-moderate hearing loss, the Photo Phone is for you. You can dial a number by pressing a picture of a familiar person. Just insert your photos into the memory panel for speed dialing, and you can quickly and easily dial by photo. If you prefer, you can write the names and/or telephone numbers into the directory's nine spaces. The phone also comes with generic, ready-to-use icons. The Photo Phone features technology to make sounds not only louder, but also clearer and easier to understand. With up to 26 decibels of amplification and programmable photo memory buttons, the Photo Phone is an ideal solution for those with mild-to-moderate hearing loss, low vision, or cognitive challenges.
Categories: Hearing and Vision
The Clarity JV-35, with Braille numbers and letters, speaks each number as it is pressed. The keypad has large white numbers on black buttons. Memory dial provides option to pre-record up to 10 names and numbers in your own voice.
People who have lost their larynx will benefit from the ElectroLarynx, however, it is not recommended for those who have had a stroke. Held to the neck, the ElectroLarynx clarifies speech when talking on the phone. This electronic speech aid is the only one with tone control in a single button. It has the widest tonal range available in an electrolarynx, as well as the best sound quality available in a neck-type artificial larynx.
Speech with mobility challenges? You can try the Hands-Free Phone that enables conversation 15 feet away. This speakerphone can answer calls with the sound of your voice. Use the wireless remote control for one-touch access to dialing, answering, and memory scanning from up to 40 feet away. Works well with all levels of mobility and dexterity loss.