Hearing Aid Accessories
Enhance Your Listening Experience with These Better Hearing Accessories
Although your hearing aids are ready to operate right out of the box after they’ve been properly fit by your hearing care provider, there are a number of assistive technology devices that you can use in conjunction with your hearing aids. Because many of these assistive technology devices operate using Bluetooth® technology, you’ll get the most out of these when you have Bluetooth hearing aids.
Assistive Listening Devices
Individuals with a hearing loss sometimes have more difficulty hearing basic technology that is a part of regular daily life, like telephones ringing or alarm clocks buzzing.
CaptionCall is a free assistive technology service that helps with landline phone conversations by clearly displaying the spoken words of the individual you’re talking to — instantly.
Cleaning and Care
Like all technology, your hearing aids require care and maintenance. Keeping your devices clean can help prevent wear and tear, extend the life of your technology, and keep you hearing clearly.
Musicians who perform regularly need equipment that protects hearing from the rigors of the stage, including loud sounds.
Anyone who uses power tools or guns on a regular basis is putting their hearing at risk through two very different avenues.
Control the functions of your devices through your iPhone, iPad®, iPod touch®, or Android.
The choice of devices allows the user to decide which wireless capability they would like based on their lifestyle and activity level.
Widex offers a family of hearing aid accessories to provide a seamless experience, connecting your hearing aids to the devices you use most.