Watch this short video to see how you can instantly turn your hearing impaired residents with hearing loss into your company’s biggest advocates.
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Who are your most important customers that have the greatest impact to your bottom line?
Well… they are the majority of your residents who feel they have yet to be “heard” by your organization because they themselves have a hearing disability.
The reason your residents with hearing loss are so important to your company’s future is because you have the power to change their life experience from one of daily frustration to that of joy and astonishment –which makes them your biggest potential advocates.
And the easiest and most effective way to do this is with a hearing loop system.
Here’s the thing: while most of your residents with hearing loss have hearing aids, they do little to help them hear clearly in group settings.
For example, here’s what a typical group presentation sounds like to someone using just a hearing aid…
And here’s what it sounds like to a hearing aid user with the help of a hearing loop…
You can hear for yourself why this huge difference in hearing fidelity brings a smile to their ears and tears of joy and appreciation to their eyes. This is the kind of goodwill no marketing budget could ever buy.
A hearing loop sends clear, pure sound from your sound system directly to the user’s hearing aid – without any distortion or background noise.
Most hearing aids already have what is known as a T-coil or telecoil built-in, which just needs to be activated to use a hearing loop.
This means your residents with hearing aids will hear in crystal clear fidelity what’s being spoken or played over your audio system. And as you just heard for yourself, the difference is night and day.
Now let’s take a look at the benefits that a hearing loop can provide you and your organization:
Retirement facilities with hearing loops have a significant competitive edge over those without.
Lower Vacancy & Higher Fees:
Reduced vacancy and higher fees are likely outcomes when your residents are raving fans thanks to your installed loop.
Professionally installed loops require very little staff interaction to facilitate their use and will make it easier for your staff to communicate with your residents.
Now that you know the life-changing benefits installing a hearing loop can make to your residents and the immediate positive impact it can make to your bottom line, let’s look at what it takes to get started.
The next step is to respond to our email or complete the Proposal and Demo request form on this page.
We will contact you to arrange for an onsite inspection to see if your facility qualifies for a hearing loop.
Then We will provide you with a free proposal for a permanent loop installation.
As well as a free demo loop which you can use for up to four weeks.
And just remember this: all your residents with hearing loss simply want is to hear clearly during meetings, activities and events.
And, they will reward your organization handsomely when they feel you are truly listening to them by giving them the gift of hearing that makes their ears smile.
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Think about this for a moment, what good is installing a hearing loop if it doesn’t work the way it is supposed to?
Clearly, the last thing you want to have happen is your users with hearing loss become frustrated because of a poor loop installation.
This would turn all the benefits you hoped to achieve into a major headache and costly liability.
The surest way to avoid this from ever happening is to use the most experienced and highly regarded loop installation specialist available. And, OTOjOY is the leading hearing loop company in all of California.
Here’s what sets us apart from all the others:
1. We’ve installed more commercial hearing loops in California than any other company.
We have a physicist on staff, who analyzes and optimizes every loop installation design for every venue to ensure that our loops always meet or exceed IEC specifications. This means you never have to worry about your loop not working as it should.
We are 100% dedicated to hearing loops. We are not an audio video company or contractor that sometimes does loop installations along with other kinds of work. Hearing loops are all that we do – period!
We fix other installers’ mistakes. One of the biggest and most expensive errors a company can make is to hire someone who does not specialize in just hearing loops. We know, because we’ve fixed plenty of poorly done installations.
We work hand-in-hand with the Hearing Loss Association of America and other non-profit organizations to promote hearing loop awareness within local communities.
We are a licensed, bonded, and insured contractor, which is required for loop installations in California and other states. Unfortunately, we find that many of the less than professional hearing loop installations are a result of work done by unlicensed or untrained companies or individuals.
And you are never at risk when you use us to do your critical hearing loop installation because we guarantee our work 100% -- a guarantee no one has ever had to call us on because our installations always work right the first time.
With OTOjOY you are not taking a chance, you are ensuring the most positive outcome possible for your users with hearing loss.
And remember, when we help make their ears smile, your organization does the same…
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Approximately 90% of all retirement and assisted living facilities fall under Title III of the ADA regulations that require assistive listening systems be made available to residents within community rooms with sound systems.
Hearing loops are considered the most effective and user-friendly assistive listening system that meets or exceeds the ADA requirements for providing assistive listening capability to your residents with hearing loss.
Each area considered for installation requires an inspection to determine if your facility qualifies for a hearing loop and how the loop wire can be installed to ensure maximum performance. Only then can we create an accurate proposal and cost estimate. However, the vast majority of systems for retirement facilities range from $4,000 to $12,000 per room.
When properly installed by a professional hearing loop installer, you will have no interference with or from your other electronic equipment. Problems do occur when installations are performed by those who don’t specialize exclusively in hearing loops or fully understand the physics of what is required for a clean loop installation.
Unfortunately, some untrained and unlicensed individuals have performed loop installations. In many cases, we are contracted to repair these loops due to poor workmanship, inappropriate equipment, and a general lack of expertise and experience necessary for a successful loop installation.
The last thing you want to have happen is your residents become frustrated due to a poor loop installation. This would turn all the benefits you hoped to achieve into a major headache and costly liability.
Therefore, it is crucial to always choose a professional hearing loop installer to ensure a trouble-free installation and to avoid any unhappy repercussions due to a poorly functioning loop.
In addition to any room that uses a public address or audio system, smaller localized loops can be installed in waiting and service areas such as front desks, etc. Almost any location within your facility where your residents interact with staff can be set up with a hearing loop to greatly enhance the experience hearing impaired residents will have with your staff for both parties involved.
OTOjOY has installed more commercial hearing loops in California than any other company. We are the leading and most highly respected hearing loop installation specialists in California with very strong ties to the Hearing Loss Association of America. OTOjOY has a highly skilled physicist on staff to make sure your loop installation performs to the highest standards and is a licensed, bonded, and insured low voltage systems contractor.