Build/Refurbish/Procure and distribute Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) come in a variety of types and styles and are generally used by people with hearing disabilities.  Learners might discover that in certain public forums and community gatherings (i.e. town hall meetings or classroom presentations) the background noise can make it difficult for certain people to hear the message.  Learners could work together to distribute ALDs to city and local organizations to make sure they have this equipment available for community member use.