There aren’t hearing aids for places of worship, but many of today’s hearing aids are capable of streaming sound directly from “looped” sound and public address systems (such as those found in places of worship, airports, bus/train stations) to the aids. This feature is called a “telecoil” (T-coil) setting or hearing loop. Looping systems are relatively inexpensive to install. If this sounds like something that would benefit your community, we encourage you to contact your local officials and tell them you’d like to see the public spaces in your region to be have “hearing loops”.