Madison-Area Loop Systems

List of Facilities with Large Area Hearing Loops in the Madison Area

Retirement Centers:

Attic Angel Place – Community Room
Capitol Lakes Retirement Center
The Grand Hall Premier

Public Libraries

(funding available through the Library Services & Technology Act):
Central Beloit Public Library
Goodman South Branch
Edgerton Public Library
Sequoya Branch
Hedberg Public Library (Janesville)
Edgerton Public Library
Eager Free Public Library (Evansville)
Milton Public Library
Orfordville Public Library
E.D. Locke Public Library-McFarland

Churches:

Bethel Lutheran Church
Christ Presbyterian Church
First United Church of Christ
First Congregational Church
Peoples United Methodist Church of Oregon St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

Banks

Dane County Credit Union — Main Rimrock Road Branch

Area Theaters:

Fireside Theater
Stoughton Village Player’s Theater Stoughton Opera House

Personal Hearing Loop Options:

Many facilities that do not have a hearing loop have wireless headphones that connect to the sound system. Some have the option of connecting a personal loop to their receiver/headsets. Some examples include: Overture Hall, Star Cinema, Marcus Cinema, American Players Theater, Memorial Union Theater, APT.
Whenever you are planning to go to an event at a theater, church, or auditorium, call ahead or look online to find out what type of assistive devices may be available to you.
Capti-View (portable captioning device that fits into the cup holder next to your seat) Marcus Movie Theaters (West and Sun Prairie) Star AMC Theater (Fitchburg)
Check with your favorite theater, church, or place of worship for updates to this list.
Compiled and Provided by Veronica H. Heide, Au.D. Audible Difference, Madison
April 30, 2016

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