Haverhill, MA - HearingLife

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62 Brown Street, Suite 204, Haverhill, MA 01830

We offer hearing assessments and hearing aids at our Haverhill, MA Hearing Aid Center

Mass Audiology is now HearingLife

Our team is pleased to join the HearingLife family. For more than 50 years, we have served the community, and you will still find our same friendly staff are here to meet all of your hearing wellness needs. Our logo and branding may be changing, but we continue to provide outstanding care, world-class hearing aids and the friendly service you expect from us.

If you believe that you or a loved one has hearing loss, we invite you to stop in for a complimentary hearing assessment* at our office in Haverhill. We are located at 62 Brown Street Suite 204. If you are running late for an appointment or need help finding us, please call (978) 420-4629.

"Have you had a hearing test lately?"

Is this a question you’re already familiar with? If so, schedule an appointment to talk about your needs with our highly trained professionals. We provide tailor-made solutions, including hearing aids, for individuals who want to improve their hearing health, and overall quality of life.

Providing hearing care and hearing aids for Essex County, Massachusetts and beyond

HearingLife has locations across the US, including right here in Massachusetts. Should you need information on hearing wellness, hearing loss or want to understand more about how hearing aids work, schedule an appointment now.

HearingLife is your place for Oticon™ and other high-end digital hearing aids in Haverhill, MA

We know that you have options for your hearing care. That's why the team at HearingLife makes sure that you are fitted with the best hearing aids for your lifestyle and budget. If you have problems hearing, test out the various styles of hearing aids that we offer.  The nuances of sound play an important role to your life. Whether your hearing loss is profound or you have mild loss at high frequencies, we will find the appropriate solution for your needs. Come for a demonstration of HearingLife's latest devices in our location in Haverhill to test hearing aids out. We carry many options - including in-the-canal and behind the ear - so you can make an informed choice. 

Find the right hearing aids at our hearing center in Haverhill, using modern diagnostic equipment

You can depend on the professionals at HearingLife to take all the necessary steps to help you make the right decision. We are more than happy to answer any questions related to a product, or about what happens during a hearing assessment. We also encourage you to bring a friend or family member with you during your visit if it makes you more comfortable.

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Meet the Team

Alayna Null
Au.D., CCC-A, License #4925
Alayna Null
Alayna Null

Au.D., CCC-A, License #4925

Alayna Null, Au.D., CCC-A, grew up in Clearfield, Pennsylvania. She completed the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology undergraduate program at Bloomsburg University and continued on to complete University of Pittsburgh's Doctorate of Audiology program in 2022. Her clinic experiences included air conduction hearing aids; bone-anchored hearing aids; EarLens hearing aids; comprehensive audiologic and vestibular testing; and evaluating and treating veteran and civilian adult and pediatric patients. Dr. Null completed her residency at Washington Ear, Nose and Throat in Washington, PA, where she was hired to continue working after her residency concluded. After moving to Massachusetts in the fall of 2022 and conducting comprehensive audiologic evaluations for veterans, Dr. Null joined the HearingLife team in the late summer of 2023.

In addition to her vast experience in the field of audiology, she maintains multiple state licenses for audiology and her membership in American Academy of Audiology (AAA) and American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). In order to ensure she provides her patients with the best possible care, Dr. Null enjoys advancing her knowledge by staying up-to-date on the latest research in treating hearing loss, the association between hearing loss and cognitive decline, and the impact hearing loss has on one's mental and emotional health.

Mitch Stein
BC-HIS, Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences, Lic. #262
Mitch Stein
Mitch Stein

BC-HIS, Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences, Lic. #262

Born in Philadelphia, Mitchell “Mitch” Stein moved to Maryland at the age of 9 when his father purchased a hearing aid center in Annapolis. Mitch grew up in the hearing aid world. He began his hearing aid career at the tender age of 12, when he would go to work with his father on Saturdays and man the front counter selling supplies. He learned to clean hearing aids at 13, and at 16, his dad would let him sit in while he tested. It was at that point he knew this was the industry he wanted to be in!
With both Mitch’s father and grandmother being hearing impaired, he saw firsthand how hearing loss can result in isolation and how it impacts not just the individual, but their family and friends as well. He also experienced how hearing aids can improve people’s quality of life for the better.
Mitch is licensed by the state of Massachusetts as a Hearing Instrument Specialist, and is also Nationally Board Certified by the National Board for Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences.
Mitch is passionate about improving the lives of the hearing impaired. Being hearing impaired himself, Mitchell enjoys educating his customers on how technology can help improve the quality of their lives, and often relates stories of his personal experience with the challenges of living with hearing loss.
In his free time, Mitch is an avid bowler, and often recounts how the newest hearing instrument technology has helped him better understand speech in what is an extremely noisy environment.
Mitch also loves music, and being an audiophile marvels at how amazing the latest hearing aid technology makes music sound both through speakers, as well as streaming from smartphones.