Obviously, lipreading is particularly important for people with hearing disabilities. I quickly found that using Canamasq facilitated communication with the patients. – Christine Turgeon, Ph.D, Audiologist, Clinique MultiSens Montreal
CANAMASQ™ solves the communication problemPersons who wear face masks in professional settings all say communication is difficult: with those hard of hearing, with children, with each other. Canamasq™ solves the problem by making the mask wearer’s expressions visible. Older people and the hard of hearing can lip read, children are reassured by your smile. No more need to shout at people or to lift the mask to make yourself understood.
CANAMASQ™ solves the ear problemAfter a few hours wearing a regular mask, your ears usually start hurting from the constant pressure of the ear loops. Canamasq™ removes the ear pain by having completely adjustable ear loops. You set the length of the loops to the most comfortable position when you put on your Canamasq™.
CANAMASQ™ solves the heat problemRegular masks quickly accumulate the heat from your breath and continuing to wear the mask becomes uncomfortable. Canamasq™ largely overcomes this problem by using a fabric specially designed in Canada for use in face masks. By combining the protective and filtration characteristics of the two or three layers of regular masks into a single layer, breathing becomes much easier and heat is slow to accumulate. In addition, heat is vented upward as the Canamasq™ design closes the mask without a heavy nose wire, further improving breathability.
CANAMASQ™ is reusable if hand-washedWash your used Canamasq™ by hand with soap and warm water. The anti-fog coating on the polyethylene window of your Canamasq™ will be replaced by an invisible thin film of soap acting as an anti-fog barrier. This is the same procedure used to prevent expensive camera lenses fogging.
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