Williams Sound Corp, Eden Prairie, Minn, has teamed with the Military Audiology Association (MAA) to offer the Retiree Assistive Listening Device (RALD™) program to retired and active-duty military service members and their families.
The RALD program was created to provide these individuals with access to assistive listening devices (ALDs) at a reduced cost, along with free personalized telephone support, says the company.
ALDs from Williams Sound are devices designed to help those with hearing difficulties hear more clearly in a many social situations, whether their needs are specific to listening on the phone, to a television, in a group setting or during one-on-one conversations, according to the company. An ALD is designed to pick up sounds from the sound source and bring it directly to the listener’s ear, without the distraction of background noise.
To help reach people who can benefit most from the program, the company invites you to place the following links on your organization’s Web site: www.williamssound.com/rald and www.militaryaudiology.org, to provide visitors direct access to more detailed information about the program.
Williams Sound is a global manufacturer of wireless listening technology.
[Source: Williams Sound]