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 or induction loops) in public buildings, venues and shops.
Over 25 years’ experience
However, induction loop installation alone does not guarantee that hearing aid users will be able to access key services and information. If the system doesn’t work properly, signage is inadequate or staff don’t understand how to operate it, hearing aid users can quickly lose confidence in this essential technology.
That’s why Louder than Words from RNID (formerly Action on Hearing Loss) offers a trusted service – from the initial design though to installation, clear signage, staff awareness training, and ongoing maintenance and servicing. With over 25 years’ experience we work to the highest industry standards.
The Financial Conduct Authority is one of many satisfied clients: “There was always immediate follow up from the Louder than Words RNID team at every step of the process. I highly recommend.”
Expert advice and support
Our dedicated team will explain the different types of high-quality loop systems available and advise which option is most appropriate for your business. By combining a range of carefully selected equipment – counter loops, room loops, infrared and FM systems – we can provide solutions for all situations.