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Communication is a two-way process

Hearing aids alone may not enable the person with hearing loss to communicate successfully in all listening situations. With the following tips, family members and friends can do a lot to make listening and communicating easier:

When you are out and about

If you go to the cinema or theatre together, call in advance to check whether they provide assistive listening devices (systems that make it easier to listen with hearing aids). When booking restaurants, try to get the quietest seats.  In meetings or at seminars, remind them to arrive early and sit at the front. And advise them to ask the presenters to use a microphone.