News — Michele Ahlman
ClearSounds is showcasing our newest product, the QLinkConnect, for the first time this week at the HLAA Convention. This exclusive sneak peak will be a look into the innovative QLinkConnect, which will be available commercially later this summer. We will be showcasing a full suite of our ClearSounds product lines, including the QLinkConnect, Quattro 4.0 … Continue reading ClearSounds Introduces Brand New QLinkConnect Product at HLAA in Washington, DC → The post ClearSounds Introduces Brand New QLinkConnect Product at HLAA in Washington, DC appeared first on Clear Sounds.
Emergency Rooms are stressful, fast-paced and often involve urgent situations in which immediate action is required. Studies have shown that there is one factor that is also critical to the success of an emergency department, and that is clear communication. In fact, according to a study by St Michael’s Hospital, communication breakdowns can be detrimental … Continue reading The Doctor Will “Hear” You Now → The post The Doctor Will “Hear” You Now appeared first on Clear Sounds.
You hear with your ears. Everyone knows that. But you also hear with your brain. Have you ever been presented with a new popular song and from then on you realize that it plays everywhere, at the store, on the radio, or in the elevator. You have been “hearing” it for months, but never “heard” … Continue reading Auditory Therapy is A Personal Brain Trainer for your Hearing → The post Auditory Therapy is A Personal Brain Trainer for your Hearing appeared first on Clear Sounds.
When the State of California needs advice about adaptive technologies, particularly for the disabled population, they seek out Michele Ahlman, the CEO of ClearSounds. She spent time recently in Oakland to consult with the state’s Equipment Program Advisory Committee. “The State of California is in a quagmire, as many states are,” Ahlman said. “They’re charged … Continue reading ClearSounds Provides Expert Accessibility Advice on California Committee → The post ClearSounds Provides Expert Accessibility Advice on California Committee appeared first on Clear Sounds.