"When we're traveling, it's really a plus to know that there is a Miracle-Ear clinic nearby that we could go to, if Bruce needed adjustment on his hearing aids" - Maren H.
Follow these simple steps to make your travel experience easy and enjoyable.
Getting ready to hit the road (or the skies)? Before you take off, look at our final pieces of advice for making your trip go as smoothly as possible.
Make sure passengers are aware you’re hearing impaired and look for cars that have Bluetooth technology to make it easier to receive calls without having to answer a phone while driving.
Inform the flight staff that you're hearing impaired. Also, consider reserving an aisle seat to help ease communication between you and your flight attendants. Hearing aids and other listening devices can be worn during airport security screenings and can stay on during the duration of your flight, so there's no need to power them off during takeoff and landing.