Hearing Aid Care
- After use clean your hearing aids with a soft cloth or tissue. Use the brush and pick supplied to get any excess wax off the hearing aid(s).
- Open the battery door, to help save the battery life, when hearing aid not in use.
- Store hearing aids in a safe dry place and keep out of reach of pets.
- Use a dri-aid kit regularly, especially in the hot and humid summer months. Moisture can cause problems with the electronic components in the hearing aids.
- Never get your hearing aid wet. Do not use hearing aids when you are having a shower, bath or during times of excessive perspiration.
- Do not leave your hearing aid(s) in your pocket or wrapped in a tissue. Hearing aids often end up in the washing machine or garbage if you are not careful.
- Have your hearing and hearing aid(s) tested once a year to monitor change.
- Maintain realistic expectations. Hearing aids can provide you with a great deal of benefit in a variety of different listening environments but they do not restore normal hearing.
- Leave the tab on batteries until time of use. This will keep the battery from prematurely draining.