We provide more than hearing aids. We can help with hearing protection and we have many other products designed specifically for those that are hard of hearing or deaf. See the services below to find out more.
Assistive Listening Devices
Hearing Assistive Technology or Assistive Listening Devices (ALD) are designed to help people who are deaf or hard of hearing. They are intended to enhance speech or ensure effective alerting in the home. Examples are amplified phone ringer, vibration alarm clocks, or television enhancers. Please check out The Hearing Clinic Shop for our selection of products.
The Hearing Clinic Shop
Visit The Hearing Clinic Shop for a fast, efficient way to purchase products you need everyday.
The TED Program enables individuals to stay in contact with family, friends, and service providers. To receive the equipment, at no cost from the State of MN, a person must meet the qualification listed on the application. To obtain an application, you will need a hearing test. The application includes a form to be completed by your audiologist. Contact us for an appointment.
The types of equipment distributed include but are not limited to:
- Amplified ringers and/or telephone
- Amplified phone with captions
- Flashing ring signalers
- Hands-free speaker phones for people who are mobility impaired
- Telecommunication Devices for the Deaf (TTYs)
- TTYs with large visual displays for people who are deaf and visually impaired
- TTYs with Braille output for people who are deaf and blind and read Braille
- Wireless Cell Phone
Custom hearing protection provides an effective and comfortable way to protect your ears from damaging noise such as loud music, shooting, construction, motor sports or doing jobs around the house such as mowing the grass, snow blowing or using power tools, including chain saws.
These products are designed to protect your ears from water or ease in comfort for use with other types of earphones or headsets.