Thursday – Thoughts on Alerting devices

February 24th, 2011
There are many alerting devices on the market – Key factors are the quality of the product, manufactures warrantee, ease of use, and functionality.
 
Some of the most important features of these devices are the ability to alert you to important weather alerts, your smoke detector and or carbon monoxide detector. Naturally other alerts are built into most systems however the above mentioned are some of the key ones.
 
When you remove your hearing aids at night you want to be absolutely sure that the device that you have chosen will be 100% dependable.
 
Before making a purchase ask question – do your research and most of all realize that these types of devices can help save your life, or the life of a loved one.
 
You may have to pay a little more for a top notch system – the old saying is true you get what you pay for.
Karen

Knowing which assistive device to choose

February 23rd, 2011

Well you finally have come to terms with the fact that you need to take some type of action, you seem to be missing a lot during meetings, conversations on the phone are also becoming a challenge.  There are a lot of assistive devices on the market which one do you choose.

Every manufacturer feels that they offer the best device. The truth is not all assistive devices are created equally – there are good ones and not so good ones.

 You really need to try a device to insure that it works for you and that it meets your personal needs. We recommend looking for products that have a 30  - 60  day money back guarantee

If you have questions or concerns about alerting devices we are here to help – if you visit our web site at www.assistivestuff.com  you will see a variety of devices all of which have been tested and approved by our team before we ever consider selling them.

Look over our product offering and let us know what your specific needs are and we will help suggest products that will meet your needs.

We are always here to help.

Cheers,

Karen

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