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The Hearing Impaired Will Never Miss A Visitor When Doorbell Ring!

“HEY! Please get that! Someone’s at the door…”

It was a year ago in my hometown of Chicago, Illinois that I spoke with my neighbor Russell Sr. We became good friends overtime. You see, Russell had been married for two years to his wife Teresa. They have three boys, Russell Jr, Bobby and Mark. Russell Jr displayed signs of having hearing issues which earlier we mistakenly took for tinnitus. How to work with this disability was something getting use too. It’s strange that Russell Jr. was the only child born completely deaf. Russell had mentioned to me that his oldest Russell Jr. inherited his inability to hear from his mother Teresa, who was born deaf. His two other brothers have no symptoms of a hearing deficiency, but over the years were always checked. Audiologist testing so far, resulted in negative findings among brothers Bobby and Mark. Russell thought through testing, they’d find something as simple as tinnitus, which is temporary. But that wasn’t even discovered. So all is good! What also bothered Russell Sr was that despite his son being deaf, he knows he can’t hear the doorbell if home alone. (Thank God we have a ‘vibration mode’ on our cell phones or that would be a problem as well). Russell sr. mentioned that he had missed visitors at the front door (or folks waiting a long time.) Also, missed delivery packages because although he wasn’t there, Russell Jr. was unable to hear the doorbell.
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  • He told me how it sometimes get stressful dealing with their disabilities on a daily basis. It was stressful enough he had to learn sign, but how he also had to make other adjustments around the house. One thing he looked into was a doorbell for the hearing impaired.
A solution was soon discovered! Russell thought, “This is the greatest thing since sliced bread!” “What a remarkable product” he said! Now when his wife and son are in the house alone and the doorbell rings, they’ll know someone’s at the door because of the flashing light displayed. Here’s what Russell is so excited about: 【2020 New】Wireless Doorbell PHYSEN Waterproof Door bells Chimes with Mute Mode,58 Doorbell Chime, 5 Volume Levels,1000-ft Range,4 Receivers & 2 Doorbell Button for Home with LED Strobe – Model CW AFFILIATE DISCLOSURE When you buy something from this website, I may receive an affiliate commission. These are my opinions and are not representative of the companies that create these products. My reviews are based on my personal experience and research. I never recommend poor quality products, or create false reviews to make sales. It is my intention to explain products so you can make an informed decisions on which ones suit your needs best.

Author:Ronald Kennedy

Ron attended the Art institute of Chicago in 1980 and Harold Washington College in 1997. He graduated from Malcolm X College in May, 2000 majoring in 'Hearing Loss in America' and 'Children with Hearing Disabilities Around the World' (Ron has another interesting website, regarding Love, Dating & Relationship). A Graduate of Malcolm X College in 2000 with an associate's degree in applied science, Ron also worked with the 'Chicago Area Autopsy Service' which is affiliated with the Medical Examiners Office, near downtown Chicago. The service covered all the local and suburban hospitals when reports of a death is called in.

8 responses to “how-to-work-a-doorbell-for-hearing-impaired-an-amazing-concept”

  • Nimrodngy February 4, 2020 at 1:09 am Reply 

    Wow. You really got me with this article. I just opened a mini-market and even such a product would help me. Because the door is a little further from the brand house, a doorbell is very useful. For me this is the first time I find an electric doorbell and this is the biggest advantage. I can’t believe the price is only $ 38.99 and I’m thinking of buying more products like Safeguard Supply Wireless Doorbell. Thanks a lot for sharing with us this amazing article and explanation given. I wish you all the best! 

    • Ronald Kennedy February 4, 2020 at 1:31 am Reply 

      Thank you my friend for commenting. I try to present articles which could prove useful to others and their families. The hard of hearing could use a helping item that allows them great benefits. It seems there’s a person in someone’s household that could benefit from a fantastic product such as this, when home alone, Please share this article with others.  

  • Feji ben February 4, 2020 at 1:22 am Reply 

    For me I would give this one a 4.5/5.0 rating as I have seen it in action and I must tell you it’s very good thanks slot for shareing this awesome article with the public as i know it would help them as it has helped me.but I would advise anyone can use it .

    • Ronald Kennedy February 4, 2020 at 12:10 pm Reply 

      Hi Feji, Thanks for checking in. I accept your rating! lol. That tells me the product must be good. This is something great for non-hearing family members. More items should be created to aid the deaf community and in our schools. Please share my post with your social media downline.

  • PrettySophia June 19, 2020 at 5:10 am Reply 

    Hello there,thanks for sharing this awesome article I know it would be of great help to the public as it has been of help to me..I would put this into to effect as I thought it was never I have a few person with hearing problems around and you know when they are the only one around it had for them to get the door….I hope it works.

    • Ronald Kennedy June 19, 2020 at 5:02 pm Reply 

      Hi pretty. thanks for checking in with me. Anything to help the hearing impaired is a plus. Many people, like yourself, stated that you know of someone or a family that could benefit from this. It’s sad that many have family around the world, going through a hearing issue and can really be helped with this product. Please share my post with others.

  • Joseph Stasaitis June 19, 2020 at 7:13 pm Reply 

    This is a great product. I have worked for several years with people with disabilities and have had to be creative in assisting them to be able to accomplish daily tasks which are challenging. I am so happy that products like these are being developed and brought to the market. Thanks so much for presenting this information which will help so many who are disabled as well as their family and caregivers.

    • Ronald Kennedy June 19, 2020 at 8:53 pm Reply 

      Hi Joseph. I agree that, depending on the facility and the layout, many in healthcare probably could find these useful for the patients. But more importantly, in home use where someone who’s hearing impaired will have a way to realize someones at the door. Another daily task accomplished in the persons life. Please share my post with others!

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