Two-Way Texting Device

A text messaging device with a standard keyboard that sends and receives wireless messages.

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Amplified Phone

A phone with volume control to adjust the loudness of the other person's voice. May be cordless, include big buttons, and provide outgoing voice amplification. Must amplify by at least 40 dB. (Some models amplify by up to 50 dB.) Amplified phones may not be compatible with digital phone lines.

Cordless Amplified Phone

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Voice Dialer

A device that allows the user to dial preprogrammed numbers by a voice command.

Voice Dialer

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Headset, Neck Loop or Cochlear Cord

A phone-compatible headset that may be T-coil compatible or a cord that is T-coil compatible or works with a user's cochlear implant device. Headset and neck loop may be amplified or Bluetooth compatible.

Headset

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Talks Back Number Dialed Phone*

A phone that vocalizes the numbers dialed.  May have large numbers, volume control, or Talks Back software.

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Device depends on disability

Ring Signaler

A device that alerts the user of an incoming call with a light that flashes on and off as the phone rings or a device that increases the loudness of a phone ring by up to 95 dB.

Ring Signaler

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Bluetooth Hub

A device that enables a landline phone to work with a Bluetooth device.

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