Ear Plugs, Defenders & Ear Protection For Kids
In order to protect your child from hearing loss, choose from our wide range of children’s ear plugs, ear defenders and sound limiting headphones.
Our ear protection products include earplugs for airplanes, children’s hearing aid care kits and a bunch of fun accessories such as colourful ear hooks and the cute Leo the Lion Phonak clip!
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- For the ultimate piece of mind when it comes to hearing aid security, the Oticon SafeLine Retention Cord allows you to keep wearing your hearing aids no matter how active you are. Brand : Oticon This Product Includes : 1 x Oticon SafeLine Retention Cord
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- £6.50 £5.42 (ex VAT)
- Keep your childs hearing aids safe and in place with this cute Leo the Lion retention cord from Phonak. Brand : Phonak
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- £500.00 £416.67 (ex VAT)
- Roger X (Type 02) is a miniature universal Roger receiver that is compatible with virtually every hearing instrument and cochlear implant speech processor within Phonak. This Roger X Receiver is TYPE 02. Designed for educational Roger compatibility with Roger Touch Screen Mic, Soundfield Speaker & Roger Pens with "02" programming. Brand : Phonak Includes: x1 Roger X (Type 02) Receiver,…
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- £13.79 £11.49 (ex VAT)
- Alpine Pluggies Kids earplugs are recommended for children between the age of 3 and 12, as they often have a smaller ear canal than adults. You can use Alpine Pluggies Kids in a wide range of situations and applications including, festivals, cinemas, swimming, showering, water sports, during takeoff and landing during a flight and sleeping.
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- £24.99 £20.83 (ex VAT)
- An extremely good value Phonak hearing aid care kit for children. Supplied in a colourful, fun and practical bag/case with a sturdy carry handle. A great way to get children interested in taking care of their hearing aids themselves. There is also a handy label on the back of the case for emergency contact details in case the bag is…
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- Compact, folding design makes it easy to storage; Soft cushioned ear pieces make it a pleasure to wear long time in various rugged circumstances.
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Why would children need our range of hearing aid accessories?
Hearing loss in children is more common than you would expect. Hearing loss can be sudden in some cases, but more often it happens gradually. As hearing loss occurs, your child can benefit from our carefully selected range of hearing aid care products.
Reasons your child may develop hearing loss:
– A perforated eardrum.
– Otosclerosis or Meniere’s diseases. Which are progressive infections like meningitis, measles, mumps or whooping cough.
– Taking medications linked to hearing loss (see above).
– A serious head injury.
– Exposure to loud noise, causing noise-induced hearing loss.
– Untreated or frequent ear infections.
– Exposure to secondhand smoke.
What types of hearing aids can I get for my children?
There are many different types of hearing aids you can get for your child, including:
– Behind-the-ear hearing aids (the most common type). These are hearing aids that go around the top and back of the ear.
– In-the-ear hearing aids. Small hearing aids that fit in the opening of the ear.
– In-the-canal hearing aids. Very small hearing aids that fit a bit further into the opening of the ear, so they’re just visible.
Maintaining a child’s hearing aids:
It is very important to look after you child’s hearing aids and keep them well-maintained. It is also critical to keep your child’s earmould clean and free from wax.
Ear-moulds should be cleaned at least once a week. check out our specialist hearing aid cleaning products on our hearing aid maintenance category.
To avoid your child’s hearing aids being lost, take a look at our great range of hearing aid accessories for children above!
Customisation options available for children
Hearing Aid Accessories offers a wide range of different customisation options. You or your child can pick from lots of options to help them personalise their hearing-assistive devices.
Most of our products come in a wide range of vibrant colours.
This helps alleviate stress children get from wearing assistive devices like hearing aids, and can make them fit in better at school.
Some of our products come with a cartoon figure, such as Leo The Lion.
These can make it easier for your child to accept their hearing devices and enjoy wearing them. They also further reduce their stress levels at home and at school.
All our products come in a range of different sizes, specifically designed to fit any child’s ear.
Just select your product, pick a size and order from our website!
Financial assistance for children with a hearing disability
There are several programs in the UK that can provide funding your child’s hearing disability. Many schools are in direct contact with these organisations and can pass your details onto them. Alternatively you can contact them directly:
This is a charity that provides both financial aid, as well as support for young children and their parents. This can help children come to terms with the difficulties associated with leading a life of hearing impairment.
This charity exists for the purpose of supporting children and young people who suffer from a hearing impediment.
It offers several grants that can help you buy the specialist equipment you need.
You can contact this specialist team through your local council. They can provide money towards specialist hearing equipment. However you will usually need a referral from your audiologist to apply.
This organisation provides a variety of grants.
They also provide educational support for children who are suffering from a hearing disability. This can include private tutoring, work experience schemes and holiday programmes.
A worldwide organisation committed to the ideals of improving life and creating equal opportunities for people with disabilities. They offer a number of grants to help cover the costs associated with hearing impediment.
Hearing equipment funding at school:
It is common for school districts to dedicate disability funding to schools. This if specifically for the purpose of providing funding for assistive hearing devices in the classroom and essential for those who cannot independantly fund the devices themselves, or schools who have multiple students with hearing disabilities.
Contact your child’s school today to see what grants and support may be available for you.