How to make life with a Baha sound wonderful.
There's more to "hearing" than just turning on your sound processor. You have a whole new world to adjust to. Conversations, talking on the phone, music and laughter. We want you to enjoy it all. So here are resources, product recommendations, interactive exercises and tips that can help you do just that.
Remember, this adjustment is not going to happen overnight. You'll probably have to put in some work to get your hearing on track and be able to interact with the world around you. We recommend the three P's – Patience, Perseverance and Practice. But when you make that effort – the results can be amazing.
Some valuable tips to help you talk on a cell phone, listen during a meeting, participate in sports, enjoy music and travel on an airplane. With a bit of practice, you can master these in no time. Here are a few of the many tips you'll find on our How To page:
If you're the parent of a small child, here are some helpful tips for your unique situation.
Hearing with both ears can give you an advantage in many everyday activities such as crossing a busy street or listening to your family at dinner. When only one ear is functioning correctly, hearing the sounds around you can be challenging.