If you, or a loved one, struggle to hear the home phone ring, or strain to follow conversations, then an assistive corded phone could be the answer. Our range of corded phones for people who are deaf or have hearing loss, is designed to make keeping in touch a pleasure again.
Phones for people with hearing loss have an extra-loud ringer, so you won't have to worry about missing calls. Plus, they come with an adjustable handset volume (and some have tone control), to make conversations clearer and easier to hear.
Some corded phones work better with hearing aids than others. If your hearing aids have a hearing loop setting, choose a phone with a T rating. Popular hearing aid-compatible phones include the Geemarc AmpliPower 50 (click here to watch the video) and the Doro Magna 4000.
There are additional features available on selected corded phones. The Geemarc CL555 has a built-in answerphone; it lets you slow down the caller’s voice, making messages easier to understand. The Geemarc Photophone 450 is ideal for people with memory loss or age-related hearing loss. It has six large photo-dial buttons that light up when that person calls.
To help you choose a phone that’s designed for your level hearing loss, we state whether each one is suitable for people with mild, moderate or severe hearing loss. We also quote the decibel (dB) levels for the handset volume and maximum ringer volume.
For more information about corded home phones for people with hearing loss, see the range below or download our Home Telephones factsheet.