Convince the elderly that Hearing Aids for Elders are pivotal
Elders compliant all the time about you aren’t speaking loud enough for them to listen to it. They do that. Try to explain them it is them who aren’t hearing clearly because the hearing problem they are facing. Take opportunity whenever they miss out an important family discussion or when they can’t hear their favorite lines from film they like.
Insecurity and Trauma Associated With the Word Deaf
Elderly also compare them with their peers and reject the idea of using hearing aids because none of their friends use them. They are insecure how their friends think and comment of their problem at community meets and senior clubs. They have stigma associated with the word deaf being used in their social circle.
Inconvenient for ears or too big
Elders still believe that hearing aids are big and bulky and they have to carry them on their body. Explain them about the advanced hearing devices such as behind the ear, in the ear and in the canal. Take them to audiologist for the hearing therapy and let them learn the process of connecting the device and ease of using it with comfort.
The Hearing Aid and the price factor
Elders are reluctant of going through their savings or depending upon their children. This is the reason they seem to act alright even though they are struggling with the problems they have. As a responsible child or friends you should let them understand the expenses they are going to incur if the problem worsens further. Talk to them about the availability of tests and it’ll cut down further complications and costs by preventing the problem early.
Sound Quality of the Hearing Aids
Elderly tend to complain about the device being loud more than usual and doesn’t amplify all the sounds they want to hear to. Explain them to practice it in quiet place and adapt with the time. Giving time to adapt makes it easy to use and they’ll be comfortable once they sync to the advantages the device offers.
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