Bluetooth headset use with hearing aid

Question by MM: Bluetooth headset use with hearing aid
I live in PA and travel to NY often, both states have hands free laws. I just got hearing aids and my bluetooth headset for my cell phone is no longer comfortable to use. I have the Resound dot hearing aids which are tiny over the ear aids. Any suggestions?
Age is not a factor in my case. It is congenital hearing loss.

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Answer by Big Ol’ Gal Named Hildy
Interesting question! I wish I knew a good answer for you. I would suggest contacting Resound to find out if there’s a way to make them compatible – makes me wonder if there’s such a thing as Bluetooth hearing aids????? 🙂 Who knows? Our population is aging; maybe you’ve come up with the next latest and greatest invention!!!

Edit: Age or not in your case, our population IS aging (including me – I’m 53…). I think it’s a great idea!

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One Response to “Bluetooth headset use with hearing aid”

  1. Sequoia says:

    Talk to your audiologist – as if your hearing aids have T-Cell (something like that), it is bluetooth compatible and you just wear a small necklace type button on it – and when you phone rings you press the button on the necklace and the phone call can be heard directly thru your hearing aids and you would hear it better as it goes to both aids. Check it out – some of the later hear aids have this capability.


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