The SuperEar in Healthcare
Positive interactions as a result of stress-free communication with doctors, caregivers, and visitors, can greatly improve a person’s well being. Assistive Listening Devices and Auxiliary Aids can help patients enjoy music, television, and conversation with friends and family. Clear communication with your patient can also dramatically reduce re-admittance rates for patients who may not be able to hear or understand instructions for rehabilitation.
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See our original SuperEar in the 2010 CMS MDS 3.0 training video
audiologyonline: Hearing Loss and the Health Care System
"We actually supply the different floors of the hospital with several handheld amplification devices (specifically, we use the SuperEar SE9000)"
- Nicholas Reed, AuD, CCC-A
Read the full conversation with Nicholas Reed, AuD, CCC-A and Instructor of Audiology in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
SuperEar® is a viable option to join in on conversations with friends and family again. Devices like the SuperEar® can help.
Since 1985, our company has been devoted to helping medical professionals communicate with their patients. Decrease liability for excessive claims by sending costly hearing aids home with family members and utilizing the dependable SuperEar® instead. We at Sonic Technology developed the SuperEar® line to offer a simple, inexpensive, battery-powered personal sound amplifier which can improve quality of care. Laboratory tested to the highest standards, the SuperEar® products increase ambient sound gain by more than 50 decibels, and amplify sounds up to 100 yards away using highly sensitive microphones.
The ADA compliant SuperEar® SE4000 was selected for the Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services (CMS) MDS 3.0 compliance full medical training video in 2010. This product was reintroduced as the improved SE5000.
For wireless transmitter sets that are fully customizable for the number of users, look at our LoudandClear.
The ABS plastic housing can be easily cleaned and, in response to healthcare customer requests, we produce the SuperEar® EPC100, a pack of 50 pairs of sanitary disposable ear-pads to ensure safe and hygienic multi-patient use.
Your patients and business can benefit from having the SuperEar®. Let your care follow the patient into their home, by providing the SuperEar® as part of their discharge package to continue use for improved ongoing rehabilitation. Create a valuable profit center by purchasing units at distributor pricing, and re-selling the SuperEar® to other Hospital Departments, such as Audiology, Speech Pathology, Vocational Rehabilitation, Physical Rehabilitation, and the Hospital Gift Shop.
We are always happy to aid our customers with one-on-one service. We offer tailored hospital direct programs for healthcare buyers large and small alike: Assisted Care facilities, Health and Rehab facilities, Hospitals, and University Medical Systems. Our devices are warrantied, so that you can be confident in your purchase, and we guarantee to keep stock for you, so you never have to worry about being unable to get what you need.
The SuperEar® has become a respected and reliable fixture in the healthcare environment through decades of use by patients and medical professionals. With three distinct models on the market, you are certain to find something for your professional healthcare needs. If you would like more information on the SuperEar®, how you can best use it, and how to try the SuperEar® in your healthcare environment, please contact our Director of Healthcare Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your prompt and helpful attention. Sonic understands customer service - you have definitely left a lasting and positive impression on this consumer!
~ Shea, 2017
I am a Speech/language Pathologist who learned about using auditory bombardment amplification in a seminar. I bought one for work and for my own son. This has helped the person pay better attention during therapy. For my own child, who has Down syndrome and a hearing loss, this has helped him hear both his own voice and his therapist who works with him.
~ Lori, 2016
These work as well as a hearing aid only better for what we need. We use them in the hospital for hard of hearing patients who may not have a hearing aid or did not bring it. They work very well for that purpose and the covers work well to keep the headset from becoming contaminated.
~ Ana, 2017