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Tap control is quite a new function for hearing aids and it involves being able to tap your ear rather than the hearing aid.

We try to get in to good habits and leave our hearing aids, glasses, and other items in the same place each evening so that when we wake, we know exactly where they are.

For those that are deaf or hard of hearing and have a hearing aid, this is another part of the face and head that you will touch other than your mouth, nose or eyes. 

Listening to someone talk who is wearing a face mask can cause two main difficulties.

Wearing a face mask alongside your hearing aid can be difficult and if you are a hearing aid user you'll have already experienced this dilemma.

It can be just one moment, a small accident, not quite getting your hearing aid in right can mean your hearing aid falls out.

Wearing face masks and face coverings has become a part of our daily life and this has raised a few dilemmas when it comes to our ears, especially those with hearing problems an

A badge that says whether you or Deaf or Hard of Hearing and asking people to speak clearly is a helpful reminder to people around you.

One of the biggest challenges of our current lockdown situation in the UK is that with the general public wearing cloth masks in public spaces, in supermarkets and shops it has

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If you are registered deaf or are a hearing aid user you qualify for a disabled persons railcard