When it comes to hearing loss, people can make use of hearing loop systems that enable users to enjoy various environmental settings without overwhelming their sense of hearing.
Hearing loops use a simple telecoil to pick up magnetic signals that are generated by telephone calls and other audio devices.
The hearing loop system features an auditory input through the use of a microphone. The sound signals travel to the amplifier using cables that are placed across the room. This enables any user with a telecoil to pick up sound signals transmitted via the hearing loop system.
Hearing loops are a mover convenient option for those with hearing deficits and do not require them to wear uncomfortable devices such as hearing aids or neck loops.
Several users can benefit from the installation of a single hearing loop system since it enables several users with hearing loss to simultaneously obtain a pleasant hearing experience despite their hearing impairment.
Since hearing loops are cost effective, convenient and easy to use, they can be an effective alternative to using hearing aids and other devices aimed towards addressing hearing loss.
Dr. Hubik received her bachelor of science degree in communication disorders as well as her doctorate of audiology from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC). In her youth, Dr. Hubik became interested in helping people with hearing loss to communicate more effectively and therefore pursued a degree in this field. Born and raised in this area, Dr. Hubik grew up in Anton, Texas and appreciates working with the people of West Texas. Dr. Hubik opened Cornerstone Audiology in March of 2007. She and her team are proud to serve the hearing needs of this community.