Hearing better on the bus; Michigan company is nation’s first to loop its fleet

OWOSSO, MI–The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and Indian Trails, Inc., have teamed up to install induction loops, also known as hearing loops, on a fleet of 17 motor coaches that operate 34 scheduled routes throughout Michigan’s upper and lower peninsulas. “I’m quite sure this is the first American bus line with hearing loops,” said…

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“Let’s Loop America” leader will share good news at HLAA Convention 2012

PROVIDENCE, RI—Members of the Hearing Loss Association of America® will learn about the dramatic increase in the availability of hearing loops in this country when they attend the opening session of  HLAA’s 2012 Convention, slated for June 21 at 5 pm in Providence. The keynote speaker will be David G. Myers, PhD, who as leader…

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Composer finds new technology strategies to deal with his hearing loss

For many years, Richard Einhorn has been best known as one of America’s leading composers. But recently, he is gaining fame as a resourceful hearing aid wearer who is learning to take advantage of technology beyond amplification. Last fall, The New York Times and The Washington Post both ran articles that reported on the joy Einhorn felt…

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