FREE Hearing Aid & Hearing Loss Travel Checklist
If you are getting ready to travel with your hearing aids, we have some excellent tips to ensure that you can keep your hearing aids safe and enjoy yourself while on vacation. Protect your investment and have one less thing to worry about while traveling with these tips on our checklist:
- Bring your hearing aid case so that you can store your hearing aids safely when not wearing them.
- When traveling by plane, wear your hearing aids so that you can hear all of the instructions from FSA, airport flight announcements, and flight crew announcements and instructions. Even wireless hearing aids meet FAA regulations. They are allowed on planes and safe for travel.
- If you need to protect your ears when flying, use earmuffs or noise-canceling earphones (not ear plugs).
- Bring extra batteries for your hearing aid and/or your battery charger if you need to recharge them. (Check the outlet conversion options if you are traveling out of the country.)
- Bring your hearing aid cleaning kit with you so that they will stay clean and working properly throughout your trip.
- Especially during summer travel when moisture and water are everywhere, consider bringing a dryer or dehumidifier for your hearing aids. Always let your hearing aids air out or dry out when you aren’t wearing them.
- Bring extra domes and wax guards.
- If you bought a protective sleeve to protect your hearing aids from water, make sure to bring that with all of your hearing aid accessories and supplies.
- Schedule a checkup with us to make sure that your hearing aids are working properly and are at the right setting for your hearing needs.
- Have fun and stay safe!
Audiology Clinic Specializes in Solutions for All Types of Hearing Loss
Here at Audiology Clinic, we are here to help you through all aspects of hearing loss. For more information, contact us today and schedule an appointment. When you visit us, we customize every aspect of your visit, no matter what type of hearing loss you are experiencing.