Hearing Loop Demonstration

Beth Chaim has installed a hearing loop in our sanctuary and social hall. The induction loop transmits directly to (Telecoil or T-Coil equipped) hearing aids, greatly reducing background noise, competing sounds, and distortions that make hearing more difficult.

Hear Loop Instruction & Demonstration Learn how to use the loop before the High Holy Days

Thursday, September 26 at 7:30 pm

Programmable hearing aids often need a dispenser to turn on the T-Coil function prior to use. We recommend that people with hearing aids contact your dispenser to ask whether you have telecoil access turned on before attending the demonstration and High Holy Days services. A limited number of headsets will be available for people who do not have T-coil compatible hearing aids.

RSVP appreciated but not required: office@bethchaim.org or call 609-799-9401

The loop is made available thanks to a generous gift from an anonymous CBC family.


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