Your client and employee communications need to be more Hearing Friendly! If you aren't intentionally Inclusive, then maybe you're unintentionally Exclusive?
Our assistive listening devices and services bring sound directly to the listener, supporting inclusive, and clear communication with persons who have hearing access requirements.
Our solutions conform to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) standards for accessible customer service, information and communications, and the employment standard.
Together, let's make your business Hearing Friendly.
When communicating in the marketplace, workplace, and our communities, hearing loss only becomes a disability if a person is disadvantaged by not being able to fully understand and engage. With the right supports, everyone, regardless of hearing ability, can communicate fully and not be at a disadvantage. As a business owner, and a person experiencing profound hearing loss, Laura Mather knows what it takes to make communication accessible, timely, and clear. She can help your business to engage with your audience, and get your message across. Ask her how to make your business Hearing Friendly today!
Thank you for your live transcription service. It really helped connect with all members!