City halls, libraries, recreational facilities and senior living spaces are just a few spaces municipalities manage that pose unique hearing accessibility challenges.
Whether you’re welcoming visitors at a reception desk, making important announcements throughout a facility, or conversing with them while they engaged in any number of activities, using the right types of hearing technology for community spaces is important for municipalities aiming to remove communication barriers for their members, visitors and residents.
Add in the wide age range of people who might use your facilities, from the youngest enrolled in recreation programs to more mature residents of senior living facilities, and the challenge becomes more complex. As hearing loss is affecting more people of different ages, municipalities must worker harder to ensure the spaces they occupy and manage are accessible to those with hearing loss.
Let us help you choose the right hearing technologies for community spaces to help bring down communication barriers for all!