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Finding the perfect gift isn’t always easy, especially if you’re looking for something special to give someone with hearing loss. Showing you understand and respect the needs of your friend or family member with hearing loss is an invaluable gift to give — so, follow our gift guide to find the perfect present!

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Audiobooks

Audiobooks

Audiobooks are a great way to help family and friends practice listening using an exercise hearing care professionals call “speech tracking.” This method improves listening skills and can also help alleviate communication barriers that often come with hearing loss. Most Audiobooks have a narrator clearly speaking at a slower pace, which makes the storyline easier to follow. If this is the first Audiobook your friend or family member with hearing loss is using, consider purchasing a book they already know and love, or one with few characters and minimal background noise/sound effects — this will ensure the listener has optimal enjoyment of the story. 

Wake-up Light or Vibrating Alarm Clocks

Wake-up Light or Vibrating Alarm Clocks

Sometimes, people with normal hearing may not realize just how many little things make living with hearing loss more difficult — like not being able to hear their alarm clock when they need to wake up to catch a flight, or an important meeting. Luckily, innovations such as the wake-up light alarm clock and the vibrating alarm clock solve this obstacle for those with hearing loss by using a wake-up technique that doesn’t require sound! If you’d prefer a different form of alarm clock, consider iLuv’s vibrating alarm clock. With wireless connection to an iPhone or other Bluetooth enabled cell phone, users can set an alarm, place the device beneath and pillow, then sleep soundly knowing missing an important alarm is no longer an option! You can purchase a Sonic Alert or iLuv’s SmartShaker right from Sarabec.

Chimeflash Doorbell

Chimeflash Doorbell

Having the ability to hear someone knocking at our door is another little thing those without hearing loss take for granted — and it’s something many people with hearing loss struggle with every day. But the Chimeflash Doorbell takes the worry out of hearing someone knocking at the door or ringing the doorbell. The Sarabec Chimeflash is a wireless doorbell alerting system that has many great features such as ultra-bright flashing LED lights, extremely loud sound with volume control and also indicator symbols. The chimeflash has been designed with hard of hearing people in mind, but will also suit people with visual impairments or people who just need a good doorbell with excellent range and reliability as well as being very loud.

Mobile Phone

Mobile Phone

The Doro 6030 is an easy to use mobile phone featuring a handsomely slim clamshell design that protects the keypad when not in use. Enjoy a bigger display, enhanced sound and well separated keys - all at a great price. Available to purchase right here at Sarabec.

Parts of this article originally features on: Sonici

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