How do I get an assistive hearing device?
The Needham Commission on Disabilities has made assistive hearing devices available in all public departments of the library. Compact and easy to operate, the devices enhance a person's hearing ability and facilitate communication. Devices are located at the Reference Desk, the Check-In/Check-Out Desk, the Children's Desk and in the Community Room. If background noise turns your conversation with a librarian into a hearing challenge, or if you have stopped attending library programs because you cannot always hear what the speaker is saying, ask to use an assistive hearing device and you will hear clearly everything that is being said.

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18. How do I get an assistive hearing device?