1 CommentThursday, 4 June 2020 | Eugene
Most modern mobile phones are too quiet, too fiddly and unnecessarily complicated for the elderly and hard of hearing. To cut through the noise, our product experts have compiled their Top 5 Amplified Mobile Phones for the Hard of Hearing.
Thursday, 19 March 2020 | Alex
Do you have an elderly relative or loved one that is isolating due to the coronavirus? Read our guide on 5 Top Tips on How to Help Your Social Distancing Relatives to see how you can help them out.
9 CommentsMonday, 29 October 2018 | Eugene
Your phone is often your main link to your family and loved ones, so when it rings, you need to be able to take notice and make contact. For the hearing impaired, this can be difficult, as standard ringer and receiver volumes are often too low and are not compatible with hearing aids. To solve this problem, Health and Care's experts have put together their list of the Best Amplified Phones for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, making frustrating phone conversations a thing of the past!
Monday, 22 October 2018 | Paul
Nobody likes to think about getting old, but the fact remains that planning ahead is the only way to maintain your independence and enjoy those golden years in the comfort of your own home. By following our five simple tips on How to Make Your Home More Comfortable as You Grow Older, you can turn your home into a safe and comfortable haven, ensuring you stay in complete control for years to come.
Monday, 19 May 2014 | Paul
This quick and simple guide will help you to find the right mobile amplified telephone for you by highlighting the key features of each phone. If you require any further help with choosing your phone please feel free to call our experienced customer care team on 020 7720 2266.
2 CommentsMonday, 21 April 2014 | Paul
This quick and simple guide will help you to find the right corded amplified telephone for you by highlighting the key features of each phone. If you require any further help with choosing your phone please feel free to call our experienced customer care team on 020 7720 2266.
2 CommentsTuesday, 11 June 2013 | Naomi
Watch our Geemarc CL7300 Wireless TV Listener Video to find out more about the features of the CL7300 and how to use this handy headset!
1 CommentMonday, 10 June 2013 | Naomi
Find out more about the Geemarc Amplidect 350 Cordless Amplified Telephone by watching our Geemarc Amplidect 350 Telephone Video!
Tuesday, 23 April 2013 | Naomi
Watch the Geemarc CL100 Amplified Telephone Video now! Find out more about the features of the Geemarc CL100 and how the phone works by watching this informative video.
1 CommentTuesday, 9 April 2013 | Naomi
Find out more about our Geemarc Amplipower Amplified Telephone by watching this video. The Geemarc Amplipower 50 is the loudest phone available on the market 6 to 7 times louder than a standard phone.
4 CommentsThursday, 5 April 2012 | Paul
If you or someone you know is deaf or hard of hearing, telephone conversations can become incredibly difficult and frustrating for all people involved. Simple tasks like booking appointments, arranging to meet friends and paying bills are often impossible and can turn into major issues where there is a fear of answering the phone or making phone calls. Loud phones and extra loud phones have been specifically designed for people who are hard of hearing or deaf. We will look at how the phones work and the different types of phones that are available.
Tuesday, 16 June 2009 | Paul
Saturday, 6 June 2009 | Paul
The PowerTel M5000 is an extra loud mobile phone with a large button keypad and large display, making it the ideal mobile phone for people with hearing difficulties and hearing impairments.
Friday, 5 June 2009 | Paul
We all know someone who could benefit from an extra loud phone in their home. The telephone is a lifeline for a lot of people and at times a telephone conversation is the only conversation that person may have in a day.
Friday, 5 June 2009 | Paul
Hearing impairment or deafness is when your hearing is affected by a disease, disorder, or injury. Different levels of hearing impairment are defined by the quietest sound heard. This is measured in decibels. This articles helps to explain the different types of hearing loss