JAN: Job Accommodation Network

JAN en EspaƱol

Print this Page

A A A Text Size

Home >> Generated from JAN's SOAR Information System on 6/18/2018 2:54:38 PM.


A neckloop is a loop of wire designed to be worn around the neck that allows an audio signal to be transmitted from a sound source to a hearing aid. Neck loops work with hearing aids that contain a t-coil, but some are also designed to work with hearing aids that contain a Bluetooth chip. By using a neckloop, a listener can benefit from amplification while avoiding background noise. Neck loops can be used with many different types of sound sources including some types of assistive listening systems.




JAN provides free, confidential technical assistance about job accommodations and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Send Us Feedback.
(800)526-7234 (Voice)
(877)781-9403 (TTY)
Live Chat
ODEP: JAN is a service of the Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor
Accessibility  |  Copyright  |  Disclaimer  |  Privacy Statement  |  Site Map