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8 reasons to install an induction loop system

For some organisations the main motivation for installing an induction loop system is to comply with equality legislation. Other companies want to attract more customers. Here are eight reasons why your business would benefit from an induction loop system: 1. Tap into a largely underserved market Not every organisation considers the needs of people with hearing aids. By installing an induction loop you’ll open up your business to over three million hearing aid users in the UK. 2. Improve access to your...
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Is there a hearing loop installer near me?

When an organisation contacts us about a hearing support system, they often start by asking “Is there a hearing loop installer near me?”. Action on Hearing Loss has a nationwide network of engineers, so wherever you’re based we can help. As the UK’s leading charity for people with hearing loss, we have the knowledge, experience and equipment to improve your customer experience and open up your business. How to get it right first time When considering a hearing support system, it’s...
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Hearing loop systems in health and social care settings

Action on Hearing Loss is experienced at providing loop systems in health and social care settings across the UK. A hearing support system will ensure that hearing aid users who come into contact with your services understand the information you give them and can take part in discussions about their health and social care. Deciding on the right hearing support system Installing or upgrading loop systems in health and social care settings needs careful planning. Here are some things to consider: ...
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How to install hearing loops

First impressions count, which is why so many organisations contact us to find out how to install hearing loops. They want to provide a better service to hearing aid users and comply with equality legislation. Consult the experts When considering how to install hearing loops, it’s essential to consult the experts. As the UK’s leading charity for people with hearing loss, we offer practical, impartial advice. You can be confident that our engineers will install high-quality loop equipment and provide a...
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Induction loop installation to the highest industry standards

The coronavirus crisis may have slowed down our induction loop installation, but as restrictions start to ease we’re here to help businesses improve access for hearing aid users. After weeks of living in lockdown it’s more important than ever that people with hearing loss can access products and services and feel part of the community again. As the UK’s leading charity for people with hearing loss, we’re committed to providing more hearing support systems (also known as hearing loops...
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How much does a hearing loop cost?

One of the first questions we’re often asked when a company makes an enquiry is “How much does a hearing loop cost?” There are a number of factors that need to be considered in order for us to provide an accurate quotation. 1. Understand your business One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to hearing support systems. With customers ranging from major banks and supermarket chains to care homes and conference centres, each location has a unique set of requirements....
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How will hearing loop installation open up your business?

People who are deaf or have hearing loss often face barriers when accessing goods and services. Improving access with a hearing loop installation will make a huge and immediate difference to your customer service and reputation. It’s easy for your organisation to become more inclusive and meet its legal obligations on equality when you have the right equipment in place. As the UK’s leading charity for people with hearing loss, we have over 25 years’ experience in hearing loop...
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Induction loops: top 10 questions

It’s easy to make your business accessible to the three to four million people in the UK who use hearing aids. An induction loop (also called a hearing loop) will instantly transform your customer experience. Here’s a roundup of our most frequently asked questions:   What are induction loops? They help hearing aid users to hear more clearly – by amplifying speech while reducing background noise – through the hearing loop setting (also called the T programme). A microphone transmits...
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