A range of suppliers is available to purchase assistive technology for deaf children and young people, from alarm clocks to radio aids.
A directory of suppliers known to the National Deaf Children's Society is provided below. These suppliers are not affiliated with or endorsed by NDCS.
Users of Cochlear devices, such as Nucleus and Baha, can purchase parts and accessories from the Cochlear online store. Registration is free to recipients and caregivers of Cochlear sound processors.
Established over 60 years ago, Connevans have a wide range of products and a wealth of experience, specialising in equipment and accessories for deaf and hard of hearing people.
Geemarc specialises in the sale of products specifically suited to the needs of those with a hearing and/or vision loss including telephones, headsets, alarm clocks and alerting devices.
Gordon Morris provides hearing equipment to use alongside hearing devices. They are committed to finding the right solution for each individual, as no two hearing losses are exactly the same.
Hearing Products International Limited is the UK’s premium supplier of own brand hearing loops, induction loop systems, wireless television listeners, voice amplifiers, and home alert systems.
iHear is a company dedicated to help improve the lives of people with hearing loss. They supply a wide range of assistive technology, ranging from induction loop systems to radio aids.
Users of MED-EL devices, such as Sonnet and Rondo, can purchase parts and accessories from the MED-EL online store. Registration is free to recipients and caregivers of MED-EL audio processors.
Sarabec have have a wide selection of products including TV listeners, amplified telephones, extra loud doorbells, alerting systems, alarm clocks and baby monitors to help keep individuals safe and independent.