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Does your loved one have a hearing loss? How do you best help them?
HOW DO I HELP MY LOVED ONE
WHO HAS A HEARING LOSS?
Hearing loss often develops slowly and it can take a long time before someone decides to actually get a hearing aid. Here is some advice about what you, as a relative or friend, can do to help your loved one hear better.
A HUGE DIFFERENCE
For Reina’s husband, it wasn’t simply a question of acquiring a hearing aid.
He wasn’t satisfied with the first hearing solutions he found and felt they didn’t help him.
However, after he tried a Widex hearing aid he wears it all the time. It’s made a huge difference to his life – and Reina’s too.
Hearing loss in children is not uncommon and can be helped. Read more here.
Signs of hearing loss in a loved one
Difficulty understanding people
The need to have phrases repeated
High TV volumes
Difficulty hearing the phone
Difficulty following group chats
Withdrawal from social situations
Catching his/her attention before speaking to make sure he/she looks at you
Speaking slowly and clearly
Repeating kindly what he/she doesn't hear the first time
Using body language to show what you are saying
Asking kindly if he/she heard what you said
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4 STEPS TO
1. Visit your local hearing care professional
2. Tell your hearing loss story
3. Take a quick and painless hearing examination
4. Choose your new hearing aids
FIND YOUR LOCAL HEARING CARE PROFESSIONAL HERE
Learn more about hearing loss and what can be done.