It can be difficult to make decisions about your
hearing health if you are not properly informed.
Let’s get back to basics and look for possible
answers to this valid question!
“My son bought me a personal amplifier so he could turn down the TV at home. It made things sound loud and uncomfortable, but I was still not able to understand the news. I even got a blister inside my ear from the device. Finally, I got a hearing test and the Audiologist found a severe hearing loss in both ears. I was skeptical when she recommended hearing aids because they cost a significant amount of money. I was allowed to try out a set of hearing aids at no charge for one week. The difference was life-changing. I now have my own set of hearing aids and the Audiologist has made sure I can hear properly, that all my listening needs are being met and that they are comfortable. I wear my hearing aids every day. The amplifier is in the trash where it belongs. ”
–Mary, age 86