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Our consultants provide expert advice, sales, installation and training on a wide range of communication devices to enhance communication for culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people at home, work or play.
What we offer
All of our team members understand the communication barriers that result from hearing loss, and those who are culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing are familiar with them first-hand. We’re here to help you find the best technical solutions, at the best price, to enhance communication in your home or at your business, organization or facility.
We provide a full range of services from initial consultation to sales, installation and training. Our prices are competitive and proceeds from the sale of communication devices are reinvested directly into the CHS programs and services we offer.
Features of our services:
- We sell quality products at a competitive price.
- We offer a 30-day trial period on all communication devices and will refund your money if a product does not meet your needs.
- Every product is pre-tested and evaluated, Canadian approved (ULC or CSA) and approved by our consumers to ensure quality, reliability and performance.
- From troubleshooting, repair services and when possible, loaner devices, you or your business will never be without fully operational equipment.
Visit our eStore to view our complete line of communication devices for businesses, organizations, facilities and households.
Communication devices to help your customers access your products and services. Devices include: TTYs (text telephones), emergency notification systems, counter loop systems, FM systems and infrared systems.
Communication devices to ensure your patients or residents can communicate with caregivers and medical staff to get the best possible care. Devices include: amplified telephones, alerting systems and portable “type and read” devices.
Communication devices to ensure your congregation members can actively participate in services. Devices include: assistive listening systems such as counter loop systems, FM systems and infrared systems.
Communication devices to ensure your students can participate fully in lectures, groups and one-to-one interactions. Products include: assistive listening systems such as counter loop systems, FM systems and infrared systems.
Communication devices to improve your quality of life by enhancing communication and increasing safety in your home. Devices include: visual smoke alarms, baby monitors, alarm clocks, amplified phones and TTYs (text telephones).
Why choose Communication Devices services at CHS?
Our specialists are familiar with communication barriers that people who are culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing experience. We can offer you expert advice on the wide range of communication devices available for sale at all CHS locations across Ontario. We offer competitive pricing and a 30-day trial period with a money-back guarantee.
Communication Devices are available in these locations: