International Symbol of Access for Hearing Loss

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The symbol used to denote assistive listening systems. This symbol is an outline of an ear with a slash through it to identify that a room or venue is hearing-accessible.

When a “T” is added in the lower right-hand corner, it indicates a hearing loop.

In the United States, the symbol background is commonly blue.

International Symbol of Access for Hearing Loss. A white ear with a slash through it. Black background
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