I agree with don't touch my hearing aids, but I've never had that occur. Another thing, when you are asked to repeat something, don't respond to me, "Oh, never mind." Or, "I'll tell you later." As for "good touch, bad touch," I tell people to dismiss everything they were taught, as they're okay with touching me to get my attention, which they understand it to be a pat on the arm. There was a man in a church earlier this year that "tapped" me on my upper shoulder, chest part and behind me to get my attention regarding my hearing dog. That is a major no-no. Anything above the middle of my biceps, chest and everywhere else is not permitted.
Oh, by the way, don't pound your hand on the table. That is so annoying.
LOL,,, Now that true too so many deaf friends do bang on the table which is very annoying, the making it feel like it an earthquake about to hit the floor! LOL