Eden Prairie, MN (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
Patients who are hard of hearing often miss vital health information when communicating with their health providers. Harris Communications, an industry leader in providing assistive devices to deaf and hard of hearing people, has a solution for hospitals, clinics and nursing homes. The Maxi Amplifier Hospital Kit, with Maxi personal amplifier, headphones and replaceable headphone covers in a durable carrying case, is an easy way for healthcare providers to accommodate patients with a hearing loss.
For people who have trouble hearing, the Maxi helps filter out unwanted background noise, and delivers clear and distinct speech that facilitates communication between caregiver and patient. The Maxi is equipped with the latest digital technology and can be used with earphones, headphones, or with your t-coil enabled hearing aid and a neckloop.
Using the Maxi in a healthcare setting helps alleviate miscommunication. Its many uses include assessment interviews, occupational therapy, pharmacy consultations, group activities, family visits, TV viewing and dining.
The Maxi is also an ideal personal amplifier for those patients who have impaired vision or low dexterity, having large tactile buttons, soft grip materials and high contrast indicators.
The Maxi Hospital Kit comes in a durable carrying case so the unit can be stored easily and used when needed. The kit includes a Maxi personal amplifier, a carrying case, stereo headphones, replaceable headphone covers, belt clip, lanyard, and two AA alkaline batteries.
The Maxi Amplifier Hospital Kit (HC-BAMAXI/HOSPKIT) retails for $198.00.
The Maxi Amplifier Hospital Kit-4-pack (HC-BAMAXI/HOSPKIT-4PK) retails for $750.
About Harris Communications:
For more than 30 years Harris Communications has been providing assistive devices for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. They offer affordable, flexible solutions for all levels of hearing loss and are an industry leader in this field. To discover what Harris Communications can do for you or your loved ones, visit http://www.harriscomm.com.