Hearing Loops are All The Rage!
So What's A Loop?
Did you know that the Arizona State Capitol is completely looped? Yes, it is true. All legislator desks have inductive looping, as well as all visitor galleries and public meeting rooms.
- Arizona Republic article about Representative Alston and Capitol Looping
- 12News article about AZ Capitol Looping
Watch this video to experience what hearing with and without a loop sounds like!
Articles about looping:
- A Hearing Aid That Cuts Out All the Clatter
- How Hearing Loops Can Help Hearing Loops
- Baby Boomers Who Need Hearing Aids Have Many Choices
- Let's all Get in the Loop!
- Loop Technology from HLAA
Click here for a list of Arizona Locations with Inductive Loops
Arizona "Telecoil Bill" mandating consumers purchasing hearing aids to be told about the benefits of the telecoil as well as the free telephone program.
Where Can I Buy a Loop? Who Can Install it for Me?
Arizona Installers of Hearing Loop Technology:
T-coil Technology in Arizona Brochure for Consumers
Telecoils & You Brochure Brochure for Professionals
Excellent webpages for looping:
- Loop New Mexico
- Loop Utah
- Loop California
- Loop Wisconsin
- Loop Seattle
- Hearing Loss Association of America: Looping
Here's a commercial about a looped movie theatre in California:
Meet Janice, Hearing Loop Advocate:
Dr. David Myers discusses telecoils and loop systems:
- Hearing Aids Can Serve A Second Purpose Harnessing the Human Factor in Hearing Assistance
- The Hearing Loop Movement is Accelerating
- Approaching a Cultural Tipping Point for Hearing
Listen here for a talk on NPR (transcript is also on this site)
How is a Loop Different from an FM or Infrared System?
We Want to Loop our Church/Temple...
Check out this document for help with church looping: http://www.hearingloop.org/TechWorship.pdf
Loop Wisconsin has a helpful page about church looping: