Partitions at customer-facing desks and windows – screens made from security glass or polycarbonate – were disappearing from retail outlets and public venues over the 2000s and 2010s as physical security considerations became less pressing factors, and a more welcoming approach to visitors became the...

How Contacta is helping to change US air travel There is a growing awareness in the United States of the needs of air passengers with hearing loss. It has taken time for so-called ‘hidden disabilities’ to be included in accessibility strategies, which previously have focused heavily...

Large area hearing loop drivers installed in venues such as lectures halls, places of worship, and arenas allow multiple hearing instrument wearers to listen to speech or music with complete clarity. Launched in March 2020, the V Series PRO range is the most technologically advanced set of...

After more than three months of restricted access for visitors to care homes, managers are now finding ways of bringing residents and their families together while still protecting them from coronavirus. Rooms within the homes, or specially built summer houses in the gardens, mean residents can...

While many are currently working from home, some industries still need to meet in person.  Some staff still need to be at a warehouse, on a building site or in an office. These are places where employees will practice social-distancing but that can mean conversation is...

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