TALLEQUAH, Okla. — Reasor’s here claims it is the first retailer in Oklahoma to offer a technology at its pharmacy window for hearing impaired patients. The technology is the installation of an induction loop system that makes it easier for hearing impaired patients with telecoil-equipped hearing aids to communicate with the pharmacist. With a thin wire placed around the listening area, a special amplifier and a microphone, the system broadcasts the desired sound as a magnetic signal, ...

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