If you’re planning on traveling this holiday season, don’t forget your hearing aids!
- Keep your hearing aids on. It can be tempting to take them off on the airplane, but keep your hearing aids on so that you don’t miss important flight or safety announcements. If the ambient noise is excessively loud, you can reduce the volume to a comfortable level.
- Stay charged and stocked. If you wear a hearing aid that isn’t rechargeable or requires maintenance, be sure to bring extra supplies like wax guards and batteries.
- Protect your investment. Try to prevent your hearing aids and charger from being bumped or squeezed while on the road. You should also take care to store them in a cool, dry environment to keep them working properly.
- Get VIP treatment. If you’re staying in a hotel, hotels and motels are required to provide guest rooms that meet specific requirements for people who are hearing impaired. Let the front desk know that you are hearing impaired if you would like one of these rooms.
Hoping to hear better during visits with family and friends? Download our complimentary hearing technology guide to learn about the latest hearing solutions.
We wish everyone safe, fun travels this holiday season!
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