November 30, 2007

 Niche health care products manufacturer, Health Entreprises, Inc, North Attleboro, Mass, has been tapped by the Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID) to supply the Audio-Kit™ Hearing Aid Cleaner and Dri-Eze™ Hearing Aid Dehumidifier to the UK’s deaf and hard of hearing population.

 The Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID) serves the UK’s 9 million deaf and hard of hearing people by campaigning and lobbying, raising awareness of deafness and hearing loss, providing services and through social, medical and technical research.    

 The Audio-Kit™ Hearing Aid Cleaner is designed for easy, effective daily hearing aid cleaning and reportedly works with all hearing aids and has five cleaning tools designed for ease of use.

 The Dri-Eze™ Hearing Aid Dehumidifier utilizes a ‘built-in’ desiccant lining that removes moisture.  

 “It is an honor to have the Royal National Institute for Deaf People make our hearing aid accessories available to its members. This is consistent with the overwhelmingly positive feedback these products received from audiologists in the USA and we look forward to helping more people by expanding worldwide distribution in 2008,” says Brendan Leonard, senior director of sales and marketing at Health Enterprises. 

 Source: Health Enterprises, Inc