Back-to-school tips for children with hearing aids
When it comes to back-to-school supplies, pencils, folders and notebooks usually top the list for parents.
Have you ever wondered how glasses have become so cool, but hearing aids just haven’t quite caught on yet? We believe it’s time to start thinking about hearing aids differently. So come along for the ride and let’s send our students back to school this year in style.
The 2020 school year is about to start, and it’s an unusual year to say the very least. The coronavirus pandemic is sweeping through the world and schools are deciding how and whether to teach in person. We thought it would be good to revisit some tips for teaching a student with hearing loss.
There are some very big challenges that come with hearing aids and children. One of the major questions is “How long should I have my child wear their hearing device each day?” Many children, especially young children, don’t connect the dots between wearing their hearing device and being able to hear better. They may not like wearing them, which may cause some tension in your house if you want them to wear their hearing aids all day.
Hearing aids and glasses. Can they really work well together or are they forever like oil and water? From what we understand, this is a common question that audiologists receive when fitting their patients with new hearing instruments. The answer is YES, hearing aids and glasses can be worn together, and actually be a comfortable experience.
Think you're the only one who has lost a hearing aid? Maybe more than one hearing aid? You're not. Google "hearing aid loss" and you'll get hundreds of results full of advice on what to do when you've lost one of your important (and expensive) devices. However, only Ear Gear can tell you how to PREVENT losing a hearing aid.
For over 13 years, we've been selling hearing aid protection and have heard numerous stories from our customers. They frequently write in to tell us how Ear Gear has saved their hearing instrument's life, protected it at the beach, while golfing, and more. Ear Gear takes the beating while your hearing aid stays safe from sweat, dirt, moisture, loss and wind noise.
Have you ever heard the loud, annoying sounds of someone blowing into a microphone? That's pretty much what hearing aid wearers experience on windy days, or even just riding their bike or riding in a convertible. You can imagine how enjoyable this is!