Re: [BCAB] Using screen readers and hearing aids Chris 21 Nov 2012 13:15 GMT

I would have a set of speakers as headphones can rub against the ears
making them red and possibly sore. There is also a risk of infection but
then again that's the case even without hearing aids. Good luck.

Christopher Hallsworth

On 21/11/2012 11:03, Leach, Matthew wrote:
> Good morning.
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> The subject line says it all.  I am currently working in an open plan office using JAWS as my screen reader with headphones.  At the moment I am wearing one hearing aid but at some time in the next couple of months will be wearing two.  I should appreciate guidance from those members in a similar position, e.g. should I be plugged into the computer or have a set of speakers to enable me to carry out my work.  Any help will be appreciated.
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> Many thanks.
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> Matty.
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