DIY gifts for individuals with hearing lossDo it yourself gifts for people with hearing loss If you know of a loved one or individual in your life with hearing loss consider putting together "healthy hearing" in a jar this holiday season. 2013 627 DIY gifts for individuals with hearing loss https://www.healthyhearing.com/report/51641-Diy-gifts-for-individuals-with-hearing-loss
With the holiday season in full swing, it's the time of year when individuals start crossing off shopping lists for family members and friends. According to the American Speech-Hearing-Language Association, more than 28 million Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss.
This season, consider getting your loved ones with hearing loss a personal and practical gift - Do-it-yourself healthy hearing in a jar! DIY gifts are very popular for the holidays; individuals love receiving something homemade and gift givers enjoy putting the projects together.
Our jar contains:
Other items to consider for the jar include a bulb blower for people who wear behind-the-ear hearing aids with custom earmolds. The earmold can be detached and washed in warm, soapy water and then the bulb blower can be used to clear any remaining water droplets or condensation out of the tubing. An earwax removal kit may be appropriate for individuals who experience wax buildup that blocks their hearing aid. A hearing aid dehumidifier, which absorbs moisture while you store your hearing aids overnight. You can find small, inexpensive ones online or in the pharmacy. Or an earband for swimming, which covers the ears to keep water out while swimming. This is great for anyone who wears hearing aids, gets swimmer’s ear or has recently had pressure-equalization (P.E.) tubes placed in their ears.
Assembling the jar is easy. Simply place items in the jar, use the handkerchief on top to serve as decoration and to help keep everything in its place and add the coupons in the handkerchief to be displayed first. You can add ribbon or a bow for more decoration.