Hello. I’ve just arrived so apologies if this is in the wrong place. My mum is 80, has AD/Vascular dementia for a year and is managing at home alone with lots of input from us. We have Alexa devices everywhere and she gets on fantastically with them where she couldn’t cope with the telephone. We’ve got heaps of other tech that’s making life better but we hit a wall with her hearing aids. Her hands aren’t great, she has poor vision and her memory is worse so when she takes them out but forgets to switch them off the batteries get eaten up and the hearing aids fail. Hearing aid batteries are fiendishly small so changing them is a struggle for her. We get through loads dropped or used up at night. I’ve asked colleagues if there are hearing aids like apple ear buds that could charge in a box overnight, but nobody knows. I’m sure my mum isn’t the first and certainly not the last person who would have their life improved by rechargeable batteries? If anyone has already addressed this issue I’d be hugely grateful to find out more. Thanks.