Baha - or bone conducted aids are relatively new and provide solutions for people who cannot wear conventional hearing aids

Baha star[offsite link]
A description and information about a Baha.

Baha star
Bone anchored hearing aids - what are they? It's a bit of a misnomer actually because, while in one sense they are hearing Aid, they are not a traditional hearing aid.

Baha and a Roger Pen star
Bob Williams shares his story of single sided deafness, his Baha and how he gets better hearing with a device called a Roger pen.

Baha recipient stories star[offsite link]
A site with a number of personal stories of Baha recipients. Choose personal stories and then Baha.

Baha to combat deafness - What is it? star
Some people do not have an ear or ear canal and certain kinds of tumours, or the operation to remove them, can cause loss of the middle ear. Sound cannot penetrate the damaged portion but a bone conduction hearing aid could be an option.

Bone anchored aids star[offsite link]
Bone anchored aids in the UK

Wendy┬┤s Baha story star[offsite link]
Wendy was one of the first people to receive a Baha in Australia. She says it has changed her life.

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