Assistive Devices

Can:Do Hearing carries a large range of Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) to assist with varying degrees of hearing loss. 

Our range is regularly updated, so please come in to discuss your particular needs – we’re confident we can find the right solution for you.
  • TV listening devices - listen to the television wirelessly at your preferred volume level without disturbing others. 
  • FM and Roger systems - a remote microphone which can be used to increase the speech to noise ratio, meaning you can hear others from a distance, even in background noise. 
  • Personal amplifiers –a microphone used to amplify speech and is connected to a headset. 
  • Doorbells – with a loud and portable receiver and a range of available sounds. 
  • Bluetooth streamers – use to connect a Bluetooth device to your hearing aids. 
  • Shake-a-wake Alarm Clock - a compact, battery powered guaranteed to wake up even the soundest sleeper.