How To Get The Most From Your NHS Hearing Aids

Existing UsersGetting Used To Your Aid

If you have not worn an aid before allow yourself enough time to get used to it. Make sure you know how the controls work. Practise putting it in and taking it out. This may seem very awkward at first, but most people can do this without thinking within a week or so.
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Controlling Your Hearing Aid

These days, hearing aid controls vary a great deal. Refer to the instructions that came with your specific model when practising with your aid. However, most hearing aids have some common features.
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Looking After Your Hearing Aid

Prevention is better than cure, so look after your hearing aids by following this simple advice and they will give you years of trouble-free service.
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Common Problems

If your hearing aid does not seem to be working, here are a few things that you can check before you call us. It is worth remembering that most hearing aid problems are caused by simple blockage of the tubing with earwax or moisture.
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Batteries, Service And Support

Once we have supplied you with your hearing aid we will provide free batteries and service. You will find all of the information that you need to access these aftercare services here.
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