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This entry was posted on 29th January 2018 by Gary.
Amplified phones aren't just useful for the hearing impaired. They are also highly beneficial to the elderly or those seeking an uncomplicated telephone.
There are many Amplified Cordless Phones to choose from. How do you know which one is the best fit for your needs or the needs of the senior person you're buying for?
At Freehearingtest, you will find a range of cordless phones for seniors to assist the ageing and hard of hearing community. This blog post highlights the special features and recommends some Amplified Cordless Phones for seniors.
There may come a time when a standard telephone is no longer good enough.
As we age, it is only natural that our senses diminish and it is something that is very difficult to avoid. Age-related hearing loss is one of the most common impairments that can affect us later on in life. Not to worry, there are a number of items out there (especially on our website) to help maintain your day-to-day active lifestyle.
This is where amplified phones specially designed for use by seniors come in handy...
Cordless phones for the elderly have many varied features that make them more than suitable for older generations. Many of these amplified phones retain a modern contemporary design but incorporate important design features and functions.
Depending on preference and requirements, you can choose from an array of models with a solution that can be tailored to the individual needs. For example, phones with ringer and voice volume far exceeding that of generic phone models.
Most cordless phones for seniors appear more modern and contemporary compared to their corded counterparts, primarily linked to the more recent trend for wireless technology in the home. In addition, they offer the same set of core functions that are fundamental for communication. The added bonus is that there will be no cords restricting the location of your call, giving you the freedom to be on the phone in any room in your home. This convenience and mobility result in many people opting for cordless models.
Amplified cordless phones for elderly people feature elements to enhance how you communicate with loved ones. By not only offering the key features present with any other telephone, amplified phones will greatly benefit those with hearing loss, visual impairments or those after an easy-to-use model.
Above all, amplified cordless phones for seniors and hard of hearing offer a significant additional volume increase to the incoming caller's voice and ringer volume making them ideal for those with some degree of hearing impairment.
Key features for an amplified cordless phone:
Some extra features to look for:
Full product descriptions and features are listed when you browse our range of amplified cordless phones.
At hearingdirect.com you can find a variety of amplified cordless phones that are suitable for both the elderly and the hearing impaired.
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We provide amplified phones from trusted and leading manufacturers dedicated to improving the lifestyles of those with hearing loss. We supply phones from the following brands:
Many cordless phone models are quite affordable with functions useful for an elderly person who has problems with vision, hearing or both.
Geemarc AmpliDect 295 Cordless Phone
The Geemarc AmpliDect 295 Amplified Cordless duo telephone with answering machine offers some serious amplification with a receiving volume of up to 30 dB.
Hearing aid compatible with hearing aids using ‘T’ setting.
Doro Magna 2005
The Doro Magna 2005 is one of our most popular cordless models.
Boasting up to 40dB of high-quality clarity and volume on the incoming voice, the Magna 2005 extra loud ringer and a speakerphone, presented in one of the smartest designs on the market.
The Magna 2005 range is available in solo, duo, and trio sets.
Hearing aid compatibility using the devices 'T' setting.
Switel DC5001 Vita
The Switel Vita DC5001 extra loud cordless telephone is an ideal choice for both the elderly and those with hearing loss.
With a ringtone of up to 80dB and a handset volume of up to 30dB, big buttons, and a large display screen, this Switel model is the complete package. There’s even a hands-free option and a flashing LED indicator to prompt you when the phone is ringing to better assist the visually impaired too.
Amplicomms PowerTel 2702
They say that all the good things in life come in pairs; the PowerTel 2702, a simple, extra loud telephone system from Amplicomms is no exception!
The Amplicomms PowerTel 2702 amplified cordless telephone can support up to five additional handsets which can be placed around the home for efficient communication. The PowerTel series is one of the most popular Amplicomms phone families we supply.
This hearing aid compatible set features a ringtone of up to 90dB and an amplified volume of 40dB, making it seriously loud.
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This entry was posted in Amplified Telephones, Hearing Information, Hearing Loss, Product Review, Reviews and tagged cordless phones, Hearing loss on 29th January 2018 by Gary.
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Hi, Seniors don't want complicated functions in phone. They just want a phone easy to operate and must be user-friendly. These phones like by the seniors. Also they want expensive services on their cell phones. So these are the perfect phone for seniors. Thanks
Personally I don't like any of these phones because the main issue my elderly parents have is their eye sight. Their vision is very poor and they have different glasses for long range and close range. If they happen to be wearing the wrong glasses when the phone rings, they just can't see the number in the caller ID.
Hi Jim, Many hard of hearing phones have resolved this by including sensory triggers in the share of flashing lights to signal an incoming call, large backlit buttons to make ringing easier and large screens for viewing the caller ID. They are often sold to the hearing as well as the vision impaired. Thank you for your comment.
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