Although the Bellman system is already widely used across social services, it’s worth flagging up why we feel it’s the best alerting solution for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
One device is all you need
Someone with hearing loss needs to be alerted to the smoke alarm, telephone, doorbell, alarm clock and even the baby crying. And, instead of lugging round several different flashing and vibrating receivers, the Bellman system will alert them to everything, via one simple device.
Clients choose how they’re alerted
The Bellman system has a choice of receivers:
- the pager receiver clips to clothing or goes in a pocket and vibrates to alert you. The appropriate symbol lights up to tell you what you’re being alerted to.
- the wrist receiver works in the same way as the pager receiver, except you wear it on your wrist like a watch.
- there are three different portable receivers. They’re desktop units that flash and/or produce an audible alarm, depending on which one you choose. Some of them can be battery powered so you can move them from room to room more easily.
- the alarm clock receiver can alert you while you’re asleep (so can other receivers) because it has a vibrating pad that you pop under your pillow.
With all this choice, you can make sure your clients get the product that suits them. They’ll be much more likely to use it – and get the most out of it.
Clients choose what they’re alerted to
Not everyone wants to be alerted to everything! You only need to buy transmitters for the things your clients want to hear. They can choose from:
We believe the Bellman system is the best solution, as do most of you. Please give us a call if you’d like to know more. We’re happy to answer your questions, and will give you some customised training, absolutely free.
Get in touch
For further information or advice on this product, please contact:
Telephone: 03330 144 525
Textphone: 03330 144 530
Text relay: 18001 03330 144 525
Fax: 03332 405 657