I have covered all ages in this gift guide and hope you find some inspiration here for someone you know!
Max and his Hearing Aids is a really cute little book aimed at pre-school children to help them and their parents have a better understanding of hearing loss.
These sign language flash cards are great for babies and children learning signs and sounds but also for adults learning signs too! We have a few different packs of flash cards including some holiday themed ones to play on Christmas Day!
Build-a-Bear teddies are always a great kids present as they can go along and pick it themselves and how great is it that they now do little hearing aids to adorn your bear’s ears!
The gorgeous clothing brand Littlest Warrior is inspired by their son born with a heart defect. I love how all of their clothes have ASL on the front and inspiring words. The best thing about buying from Littlest Warrior is that they donate 10% of sales each month to a family adopting a child with special needs, to a family in need of help with medical bills or to a foundation.
Louder Jewelry creates beautiful pieces designed to show pride in being deaf or hard-of-hearing. Why not get your loved one their name spelled in ASL, or lovely gold or silver earrings that make a statement?
Lugs are hearing aid or cochlear implant decorations that would be the perfect gift for your child. I know Harry would have fun decorating his implants with the superhero ones!
Hearing aid headbands not only look pretty but are also so practical for keeping hearing aids and cochlear implants in place on babies and children. Why not get a Christmas inspired design for the holidays!
Stickers designed to perfectly fit hearing aids are always on our wish list. These hearing aid stickers from Skinit, fit Phonak hearing aids perfectly, and come in unlimited designs fit for each personality.
I absolutely love this sign language alphabet print in gold foil and think it would be such a good gift idea for someone with a hearing loss! They come in various different sizes and in silver gold or copper.
I hope my gift guide has inspired you to find the perfect hearing related present this Christmas!
Do you have any other holiday gifts for people with hearing loss? Let us know in the comments!