Residents' Hearing Aid Chart™
Document the whereabouts and cleaning of each Resident's hearing aids.
This chart will help you organize the appropriate tools for each style of hearing aid.
Each Ear Canal Identification Guide™
If you struggle to insert the RIC speaker into your residents’ ear canal, you can print off a FREE copy and give it to your medical professional or hearing aid professional, and ask them to indicate the initial angle and first bend for you.
This link will enable you to order these cleaning tools.
All about Gruv Button Technology™ and Each Ear, LLC.
Facility Reference Guide™
Coming soon. This link will enable you to order this 132-page, printed version of the training video which is a handy reference to all of the material covered, and more! We recommend one per floor.
More Information Pages
Provides links to a variety of sources for more specific and deeper information on the material covered during training.
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Hearing aid professionals, Community-Based Residential Facility (CBRF) and Long Term Care (LTC) facility associations, and caregiving facility agencies may personalize (with their contact information) this Basic Hearing Aid Training for Caregivers™ brochure, then save it, and then email it to caregiving facilities as a courtesy.
Great community outreach tool!
Caregiving facilities: once your caregivers have completed Basic Hearing Aid Training for Caregivers™, you may customize this Facility-Certificate and display it for your residents and prospective residents.
No-cost Conference Displays
Caregiving associations, schools and agencies and hearing aid clinics may order these displays, at no cost, for their annual conferences. Members, students and clients will appreciate you making them aware of this free video education entitled, Basic Hearing Aid Training for Caregivers™!
Just send your conference information to email@example.com. Thank you.
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