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At one point they were used to boost magnetic signals from telephone handsets. The technology has been available for some time and can now be used for access in other ways. One such way is through a Hearing Loop which is a refinement of induction loop systems which allow the speaker’s voice to wirelessly be transmitted to the hearing aid or cochlear implant. Together under the Committee for Communication Access In New Mexico The Hearing Loss Association Chapters of New Mexico have worked with the New Mexico Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and legislators to put forward a Draft of new language to the Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensing Practices 61-14B-5 through 61-14B-6 of the NM Statutes for the Fiscal Year 17 Legislative Session which begins January 2016. These changes would be similar to states such as Utah and Arizona which have adopted language changes to require that Audiologist and Hearing aid dispensers counsel the consumers on such technology options as the telecoil. A copy of the Draft Language can be found below.
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