Shaping the future of assistive devices

Users of assistive listening devices are being sought to share their experiences about using this technology at work and during social activities.

The Culture Clinic would like to hear from users of Roger On and/or those who use multiple wireless microphone devices that help you to hear speech better from a distance or in a noisy environment.

Participants would be encouraged to share their experiences to help shape future design improvements to ensure that the devices used are relevant, user friendly and make a difference to people with hearing loss.

What does it entail?

The research programme takes place in March and April and you can volunteer to take part in the following ways:

  • A short 20 minute interview
  • A 40 minute 1-1 online or in person discussion
  • A co-creation design session to help review and shape ideas.

Who can take part?

The following user groups are encouraged to participate in this research:

  • A Roger On users (using it by itself or with other mics)
  • A multi-device user, with a least two devices from the Roger family of products
  • Those working in complex environments e.g. hairdressing, construction, education with any experience of using a wireless microphone device.

How to sign up

Taking part is easy. Get in touch by emailing by telling your age, occupation (or if you are retired/student) and which devices you use. Following registration further details will be sent to potential participants.

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