Providing a lifetime service plan for all prescriptive hearing aids purchased from our office is one of the ways we set ourselves apart from other audiology practices. We feel that this model is vital to the success of our patients in achieving the best possible outcomes with their hearing devices. Overtime listening needs and goals can change and we want to make sure we are there every step of the way making sure our patients are able to utilize their hearing aids to the fullest.
A lifetime service plan means that for the life of your hearing aids we will be here to address any issues that you may have, which could include making programming adjustments, calibrating, cleaning, or repairing your hearing aids.
We will also have check in periodically to assess whether or not your hearing aids are continuing to meet your specific listening needs.
Hearing Aid Fittings
Overall, the hearing aid fitting process is designed to ensure that the individual is able to hear sounds clearly and comfortably, and to maximize their ability to communicate and participate in daily activities. Keep in mind that it may take some time to get used to the sounds you were missing. We’re continually here to help you get the best possible benefit from your new hearing aids!
Hearing Aid Repair
Custom Hearing Protection
We live in a noisy world - nearly one in four U.S. adults shows symptoms of noise-induced hearing loss. And unlike age-related hearing loss, it is entirely preventable. The trick is to be aware of the sounds around you and protect yourself when necessary.
Unfortunately, hearing loss is a permanent condition, so it is important to protect your hearing while you still can. We offer a range of custom-fit hearing protection devices to suit you, whether you are a recreational shooter, musician, or would like more protection when in noisy environments.
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) are stationary or portable systems to help further improve communication in the most difficult listening environments. While most modern hearing aids utilize noise reduction technology, the use of ALDs can further separate speech from background noise and provide even better clarity.
Some ALDs are used along with hearing aids, while others are used as stand-alone devices. ALDs are useful mainly for situations involving large spaces, poor acoustics, and noisy surroundings. If you are interested in learning more about how ALDs could benefit you, please contact us today!