Recent Examples of hearing aid from the Web
In the next version of the iPhone’s system software, iOS 12, Apple plans to make an accessibility feature for hearing aids work with AirPods too.
The industry, bless its greedy little heart, generally views hearing aids as elective, not medically necessary.
At the time, NCL members donated their proceeds to the building and maintenance fund and also provided extras not ordinarily in the budget, such as air-conditioning units, hearing aids and eyeglasses.
The whistle of Regan’s hearing aid—which turns out to be a key plot point—can come through.
The power sports couple, along with Starkey Hearing Foundation co-founders Bill and Tani Austin, will be handing out hearing aids to those who do not have access to them, including some of whom may be hearing for the first time.
The company also has started testing vision and hearing aid centers and is talking about selling more medical equipment or offering nutritionists to counsel customers.
Apple proposed new emoji today that would better represent hearing aids, guides, and people with disabilities, in a submission to the Unicode Consortium, as noted by Emojipedia.
Who co-founder Pete Townshend, 72, has wrestled with hearing problems for decades and, according to Daltrey, now wears hearing aids in both of his ears.
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HEARING AID Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hearing aid for English Language Learners
: an electronic device worn in or on the ear to help a person who has hearing problems to hear better
HEARING AID Defined for Kids
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