Hearing Assistive Technology in the Workplace Becoming Increasingly Important

"Disability is the reduced capacity to do something, and handicap means the inability to participate in those activities because of a disability. Assistive listening has been shown to reduce hearing-related disability and hearing handicap and increase satisfaction with amplification (Sheehan, 2007)." This quote is from an article published in Audiology Online by Jay Sheehan. It's important to empower your employees AND your patrons with the ability of clear efficient communication. Learn more about the importance of hearing assistive technology at http://ow.ly/Xk8SJ