Alerters have an important role to play in the lives of people with hearing loss. There are everyday situations that people with "normal" hearing take for granted. For example hearing: the doorbell, telephone ring, baby crying, fire alarm, alarm clock, caring for a relative and others. But what happens if you are in an area of your home where the microphone(s) on your hearing aid or cochlear implant will not pick up that sound? What happens if you are Deaf or have severe to profound hearing loss? What happens at night when you have removed your hearing aids or implant processor to go to bed?
This is where Alerters can provide a solution.
Alerters and Alerting Systems use the following methods to attract your attention:
Alerters come in many shapes, forms and costs but if you look at your situation make a list of where you need additional support and this will help you to keep it cost effective. We are happy to help so don't hesitate to get in touch.
Speak to your local council they might provide you with certain items.
Contact your local Fire and Rescue Service for advice on Fire Alarm.