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CHS carries a broad range of devices in order to meet the diverse needs of our clients. Our knowledgeable consultants can assist with the selection of the device that will meet your unique needs. All our devices are designed to improve communication, safety and independence at home, school or work.
Beyond advice, our consultants will assist with fitting, installation and training.
What we offer
Many CHS employees have first hand experience with Deafness and hearing loss. We are uniquely suited to help clients living with these conditions to select the best solutions, at the best price, that will enhance their communications at home, work, or during leisure time.
We work with our clients from initial consultation through 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 the CHS eStore to view our complete line of communication devices.
We offer communication devices to help your customers access information about your products and services. Devices include: TTYs (text telephones), emergency notification systems, counter loop systems, FM systems and infrared systems.
We provide communication devices that help patients or residents communicate with caregivers and medical staff, helping to ensure they receive quality care. Devices include: amplified telephones, alerting systems and portable “type and read” devices.
We offer 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.
We carry 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.
We have communication devices that will 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?
What sets us apart is our deep knowledge of hearing loss and our expertise, products and services that will address your communication access needs – everything from communication devices and captioning services, to education and training. As the leader in accessibility since 1940, CHS has the experience and the resources you need at locations across Ontario. Our pricing is competitive pricing and we offer a 30-day trial period with a money-back guarantee.
Communication Devices are available in these locations: