Products designed to assist the Deaf and Hearing Impaired. Includes assistive listening devices, hearing aids, cochlear implants, infrared/personal amplification systems, audio/FM loop systems, FM amplification systems, TV amplifiers, TV decoders, visual signaling and alerting systems, tactile alerting systems, telephony and accessories, text telephones, TDDs/TTYs devices, adapted phones, etc. Does not generally include products intended to facilitate computer access and usage (see Computer Access Aids).

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1450, Inc
Specializes in the development of assistive software for the deaf and hard of hearing.
All Hands Interpreting Service
Offers alarm clocks, amplified telephones and many other products for the deaf and hearing impaired.
Assistech Special Needs
Offers a broad variety of products for the deaf and hard of hearing as well as mobility and speech aids.
Deaf-SOS
Automated speaking device can be held up to any GSM-compatible cell phone and will recite a recorded message to an emergency dispatcher.
Deafworks Company
Manufactures, sells, and repairs assistive devices and products for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Hear USA
Provides a broad range of hearing enhancement products and accessories, including hearing aids, specialty telephones and amplifiers, alerting and signaling systems.
Hearing Visions
Sales of self-help program to learn lipreading skills.
HearingPlanet, Inc.
Offers a catalog of hearing aids, listening devices and accessories. Includes a downloadable buyer’s guide to digital hearing aids.
HearMore.com
Supplies a wide range of products for the deaf and hard of hearing, including alerting devices, TTYs, and amplified phones.
M.J. Allen's Lip Reading Software
Developed a software for learning lip reading with a computer. Available in Australian English.
SignTel
Manufactures communication software for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
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