[Athen] The sound amplification device needed

Ron Stewart ron at ahead.org
Tue May 18 13:04:49 PDT 2010

I would look at personal FM systems. They tend to be pretty unobtrusive and
can be used for one on one conversation or for larger group interactions
with the use of different forms of microphones. You should check to see if
the school already has some, since they are very common on many campuses.
My preference is for the Phonic Ear equipment based on cost and durability
but ASHA also provides a great reference site on the topic:

Ron Stewart

From: athen-bounces at athenpro.org [mailto:athen-bounces at athenpro.org] On
Behalf Of Kenneth Elkind
Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2010 12:09 PM
To: athen at athenpro.org
Cc: analindamarcus at hotmail.com
Subject: [Athen] The sound amplification device needed

To anybody have solution for this client?

HI Kenneth,
AS per our discussion, I am hearing impaired and need to amplify the sound
of some of my clients during my internship in counseling at my internship
site. I am seeking the name and the description of a small discreet
microphone which projects the sound amplified to use with counseling clients
in a room. It would be a mic/speaker kind of thing. Then I would try to get
the school to buy one so I can borrow it and try it. It might work great in
my classes as well instead of CPrint and transcription services as well.

Thank you for looking into this.

Candidate Ms. ED. MFT/MHC 2010
University of Massachusetts Boston


Kenneth Elkind

Adaptive Technology Specialist

University of Massachusetts - Boston

IT-ED Tech Operations

Healey Library /UL/ 032


Kenneth.Elkind at umb.edu

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