Looking after a baby is as challenging as it is rewarding for every parent. If you're deaf or have hearing loss, it can be harder to know if they need you, especially when using a standard baby monitor.
Our baby monitors are specifically designed for parents, loved ones or babysitters with a hearing loss. Choose to be alerted by flashing light, extra-loud alarm or vibrations. You’ll know as soon as your baby cries, even if you’re asleep or a few rooms away. Enjoy complete peace of mind and a better night’s rest.
Baby monitors for people who are deaf or have a hearing loss, need a transmitter (the main baby alarm unit placed near the baby) and a receiver (which alerts you to their cries) to work. Find the receiver that best meets your hearing needs.
Most baby monitoring systems have a sensitivity control that you can adjust so that it doesn’t pick up background noise or every little sound your baby makes. You can choose how long the sound is detected for before you're alerted.
The Bellman Visit 868 is a popular baby monitor for parents who are deaf. You can set individual alerts for up to four different transmitters, so if you’re looking after several little ones, you’ll know who needs attention!
Video baby monitors, like the Sarabec Mona baby monitor system, let you keep an eye on your baby or child, from anywhere in the home. This baby alarm comes with a vibrating pad, so it’s suitable for all levels of hearing loss.
Discover our full range of baby alarms for parents who are deaf below.
For more information about baby monitors for people with hearing loss and deafness, download our Alerting Devices factsheet.