An Owner’s Guide To Hearing Aid Batteries

August 2, 2017 CaptionCall 1 comment
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Did you know there are steps you could be taking to make sure you get the most out of your hearing aid batteries? ‘Healthyhearing.com’ has put together a guide to help you maximize your battery output.  Here are just a few of their suggestions:

 

  1. Keep the battery contacts clean. Easiest way to do this is to wash your hands before changing the batteries and making sure your hands are completely dry before handling your hearing aids or their batteries.
  2. Make sure you turn off your hearing aids and remove the batteries when they are not in use.
  3. Don’t remove the plastic tab from each battery until you are ready to use them.
  4. After you do remove the plastic tab from the battery wait a minute before closing the battery drawer .

 

To read more about these suggestions and other tips for getting the most from your hearing aid batteries, click here:   http://www.healthyhearing.com/report/52767-How-to-get-the-most-from-your-hearing-aid-batteries

 

Hearing aids help you to stay engaged in the conversations around you. Making sure your hearing aid batteries are working at their best will ensure you don’t miss a word.

 

CaptionCall is an ambassador for hearing health and an advocate for people with hearing loss.  CaptionCall encourages people everywhere to actively manage their hearing health through regular hearing evaluations, and to seek early treatment when hearing loss is identified.  CaptionCall is committed to helping people with hearing loss stay socially engaged for a longer, happier, healthier life

 

Written By John Apgar, Marketing Coordinator

 

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1 Comment on “An Owner’s Guide To Hearing Aid Batteries

  1. I like what you recommend about turning off the hearing aid and removing the batteries each time it’s not in use. It makes sense that this could be helpful to ensure the batteries don’t drain and so that they don’t cause damage the hearing aid. This is something to talk to my mom about because she’ll be getting hearing aids soon and if hers have removable batteries, I think your tips could be very helpful to improve their longevity. Thanks for the post!

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