Keep your hearing aids free from moisture. If they get wet, dry them off immediately. If you live in a humid area, we recommend that you store them in a hearing aid dehumidifier when not in use.
Opening the battery door of your devices when not in use can increase the battery life and save you money.
Taking a soft toothbrush to the receiver can help remove earwax and keep the device functioning properly.
You should bring your hearing devices in for regular cleanings and adjustments.
Wearing new hearing aids frequently, even when by yourself, can help you get used to them.
When speaking to someone with hearing aids, try to stand directly in front of them and face them. It will make it much easier for them to understand the conversation.
Offering to attend a hearing healthcare appointment with someone can be the support they need to confront their hearing loss confidently.
Someone with hearing aids may find it easier to have a conversation in a well-lit room, since it allows them to see your lips while speaking.
Turning down the TV or eliminating background noise can help a hearing aid wearer understand a conversation better.
Rephrasing a sentence, rather than repeating it, can often improve a person’s comprehension.
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