Gifts for Those with Hearing Loss


Do you have trouble finding a gift for that friend, family member or significant other with hearing loss? In this post, we will help you find that perfect gift.

Finding the right gift for those people in your life with hearing loss is a daunting task and finding that perfect gift that will make their life easier and more satisfying. Whether it’s for someone’s birthday, holiday or even a retirement gift when you give them the right gift they will know you thought of them. In this post, we will provide you with a few gift ideas to make sure that the person in your life with hearing loss will be able to use and enjoy it every day of the year. 

Earbuds and Headphones

Although most people think that headphones or earbuds wouldn’t make the best gifts for those with hearing loss, you would be sadly mistaken. With top of the line wireless headphones, the user will be able to listen to music and be able to hear phone calls better. This is because if the earbuds are wireless, they can connect to Bluetooth which allows sounds to emit directly into the ear. Having the sound come directly into their ears, it will make it easier for the wearer to hear the music and calls he or she will take. Another surprising gift for someone with hearing loss is noise canceling headphones. Noise canceling headphones are an ideal gift because when someone with hearing loss goes out in public and not having the ability to hear background noise, it’s very annoying. With this gift, it will give the recipient the ability to cancel out all background noise rather than having it be jumbled nonsense.  


TV Headphones

Not being able to watch and enjoy your favorite shows or movies is one of the annoyances of having hearing loss. With these headphones, the recipient of this gift will be able to enjoy any of their favorite programs. Thankfully there are many options with television headphones so you will be able to choose the right ones for yourself or a family member. These headphones use Bluetooth or a radio signal to broadcast the sound from the television to the headphones.

Alarm Clock

The simplest of tasks become complicated when someone is suffering from hearing loss. The everyday action being awoken by your alarm clock or phone becomes an annoyance with hearing loss. Their hearing aids don’t help with those with hearing loss because most people don’t sleep with their hearing aids in their ears. There are a couple of different types of alarms that can help those with hearing loss. One is a vibrating alarm clock, it’s connected to your cell phone via Bluetooth, and it allows the user to feel the alarm rather than hear it. Also, there are light-up clocks that pulse bright light so it will be able to wake you up.


Trust the Experts at Clarity Audiology & Hearing Solutions

Need help with your hearing? Clarity Hearing can help. Clarity Audiology & Hearing Solutions is an independently-owned and operated clinic that focuses on quality of care and personalized friendly service. Our Doctors of Audiology are highly trained with advanced degrees and take the time to provide the personalized care and attention that you need and deserve. We provide advanced hearing aid options that personally calibrated with cutting-edge digital technology to fit your hearing loss, your unique ear anatomy, and your individual listening needs.

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