A sound recognition platform that functions through recognizing and analyzing sounds from the environment and converting these into visual and sensory notifications and alerts. A technology capable of detecting a wide range of sounds which can be displayed on a...

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SMART Boards for Education

Teachers can use these modernized versions of overhead projectors to help engage students while providing them visual tools that might help keep them on track during classroom discussions. Students with visual disabilities can also benefit from the enlarged classroom...

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Voice Toddler Cards

These so-called "talking flashcards" by Sai Services, LLC, make a great learning and listening game for children with hearing loss. Voice Toddler Cards is best suited for children between the ages of 1 and 5. It has a collection of more than 400 real photo flashcards...

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The Baobab

The Baobab is a beautifully narrated original story about a daring little girl who searches for rare fruit from the ancient Baobab tree and has many adventures and meetings with animals along the way. It's a very cute story that is illustrated in bright, whimsical...

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Hearing loop or Induction loop system

There are four components: 1. the sound source, such as a microphone; 2. an amplifier in the area; 3. a special loop wire run throughout the classroom or under the carpet; 4. a headset or receiver worn by the student with the hearing impairment. This is great...

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FM System

  FM System uses radio signals to send amplified sound within the classroom. Teacher will speak into a small transmitter microphone worn around student’s neck or clipped to the clothing. Student would have the receiver (either a headset or a hearing aid) that...

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