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  • Caring for your hearing aids

    Caring for your hearing aids

    Caring for your hearing aidsWe are always happy to clean and service your hearing aids. They are very precious to you, so remember to book in to see us regularly to ensure they are in tip top condition and working their best for you. Here are some tips on caring for your hearing aids.

    Between appointments there are some very useful tips you can follow. If you would like us to set you up with a cleaning kit set, we can discuss what you will need and tailor your requirements accordingly. We might need to order certain items in for you and can outline the costs at your visit.

    For example, to care for your RITE hearing aids effectively you will need:

    • Antibacterial wipes
    • A small brush (may have a small metal loop on the other end)
    • A wire filament
    • A hook or pick
    • A drying box if necessary (please ask us about the different types that may be suitable for you)

    Hearing aid cleaning kitThe British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA) have produced a very good series of leaflets to help you care for your aids so we have put a PDF link to these guides below. If you would like to be sent a copy of any of these leaflets please do let us know.

    To read or download the leaflets, click on the leaflet name below. A new browser tab will open and the leaflet will appear on the screen. You can then either read it on screen, download it to your hard drive, or print it out.

    Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids

    BTE hearing aids with open fitting

    In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids

    RIC and RITE hearing aids

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