OH, who is now in middle stage dementia with no short term memory to speak of, wears hearing aids in both ears. Sometimes they annoy him and he takes them out, leaving them in odd places e.g. outside on the garden wall, in whatever cupboard or drawer is nearest, under his pillow, etc. etc., basically anywhere rather than the pouch they are supposed to live in. This time they had been missing since Wednesday night when they were not in his ears as we started his bedtime routine. Having searched the entire house with no success, I, accidently, found them this morning. They were stuffed into an empty glasses wipe packet which I notice was kind of heavy when I picked it up to put it in the dustbin. If I had not noticed, £2,000+ worth of hearing aids would have been put out with the rubbish. I do supervise the putting in and removing the aids morning and bedtime, making sure that the aids are put safely in their pouch. The problem arises when PWD takes them out during the day and stuffs them somewhere, most commonly in his trouser pockets. Has anyone encountered this problem and found a good solution? My only idea was to attach one of those tracker devices that you can buzz when something is lost but the hearing aids are too small for this. Any ideas folks?