The holidays are upon us and the time for exchanging gifts is here. As you shop during this season, do not forget about those people on your list who are hearing impaired. These days the gift selection for people who have difficulty hearing is more extensive than ever before. There is something for everyone including high-tech devices, wearables, and gifts for children.
Hearables are high-tech devices that go directly in the ear to help the user hear better. However, it does not stop there. These wonders are almost invisible, have the smart capability, and filter out or enhance specific sounds. What’s more, they also have vital sign monitoring, activity tracking, and personal biometric identification features.
Is there a relative or friend on your holiday list who has trouble hearing the doorbell? This doorbell is one gift you might want to add to your list. This handy device sends an alert to a phone. It features video that allows a user to either sign or lipread with the person who is at the door.
Without question, one of the biggest complaints from hearing-impaired people is the problem they face when trying to understand the television. How about a device that can make listening to the television a pleasant experience? Television listening devices are wireless headphone devices that allow a user to adjust the volume of a television independently of what others in the room are hearing.
We all have trouble getting up in the morning. Here is a gift that can help your hearing-impaired friends rise and shine a little easier. This alarm clock wakes people up with a colored sunrise simulation. It allows a user to wake up gradually with natural light instead of the usual obnoxious buzzer sounds.
Jewelry is a favorite gift, and this line of fashionable wearables is sharp as well. This jewelry flashes and vibrates when the wearer receives phone calls, messages, or emails. It serves the purpose of preventing missed calls while looking great on the person wearing the jewelry.
Here is an excellent gift for anyone! Just because a person needs to wear a pair of earplugs, it does not mean the plugs have to look bad. These accessories are available in colorful patterns and designs.
Practically no one enjoys this time of the year more than children. So make the holiday special for the kids on your list who have trouble hearing. Perhaps some decorations for their hearing device? It is an excellent way for a child to add color to their hearing aid or cochlear implant. There are numerous books available that help children understand and cope with their hearing loss. There are even dolls that a young child can fit with a set of hearing aids.
Make this holiday season fun for your family and friends who have trouble hearing. There are unique gifts for everyone on your list from high-tech to high fashion. Happy holidays!