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HEARIT PERFECT COMBO (MODEL 225)     

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The Hearit Combo, model 225, is a communication aid for individuals with hearing disabilities coupled with attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or traumatic brain injury (TBI). This set is designed for those who are easily distracted and have difficulty distinguishing speech from background noise. Included are the Hearit, model 200, communication aid (see entry) and a neckloop telecoil for use with behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids.

Price: 675.00.

This product record was updated on June 20, 2006.

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Speech Banana Therapies (formerly Hearit Company)

190 West Magee Road
Suite 162
Oro Valley, Arizona 85704
United States
Telephone: 800-298-7184 or 520-579-2026.
Fax: 520-579-3368.
Web: http://www.hearitllc.com.
Email: hearitllc@hearitllc.com.


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