Text Box: People with Hearing Loss Have a Right 
To the Following Accommodations under the 
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

 Museums and Exhibition Halls:

Wide-area assistive listening system (infrared, FM or induction loop), captioned video displays and films, written copies of gallery talks, etc., visual smoke/fire alarms, accessible amplified hearing-aid compatible telephones and TTY’s with appropriate signage.

Courthouses and Town Halls:

Assistive listening system (infrared, FM or induction loop), real time captioning, written communication such as computer screens, qualified oral/sign interpreter, visual smoke/fire alarms, accessible amplified hearing-aid compatible telephones and TTY’s with appropriate signage.

Theaters and Meeting Rooms: 

Infrared headsets (including neck loop, silhouettes), or FM receiver (neck loop, headphones, silhouettes), or audio induction Loop system plus hand held receivers for those without telecoil circuitry, visual smoke/fire alarms, public amplified hearing-aid compatible coin telephones and public TTY with appropriate signage.

Travel Terminals:

Amplified hearing-aid compatible public telephone and TTY’s with appropriate signage, visual public address systems (and/or wide area induction loops), for paging, arrivals, departures, changes, etc., one-to-one communicator, written communication, visual smoke/fire alarms.

Schools:

Personal assistive listening system, wide area assistive listening system or audio induction loop system plus hand held receivers for those without telecoil circuitry for auditoriums, etc., captioned films and videos, note-talkers, qualified oral/sign language interpreters, accessible hearing-aid compatible amplified telephone and TTY with appropriate signage, visual smoke/fire alarms. Where a child’s education is involved, consult his/her speech and hearing professionals about possible additional accommodations.

Banks: 

One-to-one communicator at one or more teller stations or reasonable alternative such as low spill induction loop, visual smoke/fire alarms, accessible hearing-aid compatible telephone and TTY with appropriate signage.

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