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Trouble changing hearing aid batteries

My Mom has bad arthritus and her hands are affected.  Is there a tool that can help her change her hearing aid batteries.

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Hi,
i'm not aware of a tool to change batteries but Eveready sells hearing aid batteries that have a magnet on it so that you can put them in you aid easier. You can buy them at Walgreens ir CVS.
Good luck!

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