Hearing what’s being said…

Are you hearing what's being said in places or events with large groups of people? For individuals who have any degree of hearing loss, this can be difficult. Trying to hear in restaurants, town hall meetings and even religious services — amid a din of background noise — can be frustrating, to say the least.

According to audiologist Kim Fishman, of Chears Audiology in St. Louis Park, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires auditoriums and other public spaces with 50 seats or more to provide assistive hearing devices. Most places maintain an FM system and offer headsets to those who ask for them...

--Written by the American Jewish World News


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