Available Hearing Aid Accessories
If you aren’t familiar with today’s hearing aids, you might be in for a surprise at how advanced they are. Hearing aids, are small, wireless, and have many features. One of the advances with hearing aids are the accessories that are available. The accessories help connect your hearing aids to the rest of the modern world and allow you to make the most of your hearing aids. With hearing aid accessories, you won’t miss out on any listening experiences. Here is a list of hearing aid accessories that you might choose to use or need to use with your hearing aids.
- Hearing Aid Batteries: Unless you have rechargeable hearing aids, you need batteries for your hearing aids. They are one of the vital accessories to your hearing aids. Both disposable and rechargeable hearing aid batteries are available.
- Hearing Aid or Battery Chargers: If your hearing aid batteries or hearing aid itself is rechargeable, then you will need a battery charger or hearing aid charger.
- Tubing, Domes, and Tips: Some hearing aids have these parts and you will need to keep replacement pieces on hand to keep your hearing aids in optimal condition.
- Wax Guards: They protect your hearing aids from ear wax build up.
- Cleaning Supplies: Keeping your hearing aids clean help to keep them protected from problems. You will want to have a cleaning brush, wax pick or wire loop, multitool with a brush and wax loop, and a hearing aid case.
- Hearing Aid Dehumidifier: If you live in a climate with a lot of humidity then you will want to have a hearing aid dehumidifier to keep your hearing aids in when you are not wearing them to help them stay in good condition. You might also use a dehumidifier if you perspire more than average or if you spend lots of time outdoors.
- Bluetooth Streaming Devices: Many newer hearing aids are Bluetooth compatible. This means that they can be connected to your phone, music listening devices, or television.
- Assistive Listening Devices: These are used in conjunction with your hearing aids to help you hear better in challenging situations like loud rooms, classrooms, lecture halls, theaters, and music concerts. Other assistive listening devices help you be more independent by doing things like connecting your hearing aids to your home phone or vibrating when your alarm clock or doorbell sounds.
- Lifestyle Hearing Aid Accessories: If you are active, then these lifestyle hearing aid accessories will help you enjoy your active lifestyle without having to worry about anything happening to your hearing aids during activity. Lifestyle hearing aid accessories include sweatbands to prevent sweat from getting in your ears or on your hearing aids and clips to prevent your hearing aids from falling out during activity.
If you would like to speak with one of our experienced hearing health care professionals at Hearing Aid Counselors Contact Us today to schedule an appointment and ask to learn about the hearing aid accessories that are available to work in conjunction with your listening devices.