Ellington and Lim say they chose to display Widex Fusion hearing aids
because of their great style. Hearing aid jewelry by Mimi Shulman is also on display.
“We wanted to show how fun hearing aids can be, and we thought that Widex Fusion line does a great job of showing personality and color options,” says Lim.
Overall, the researchers say that the exhibit is designed to take away the stigma of hearing loss and other disabilities. Lim, who has a hearing loss, says that hearing aids allow her to express herself.
“I think hearing aids can also become fashion accessories, and we can wear them confidently,” she says. Click here
for more information on the exhibit.