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"Now I can hear
in restaurants."


"Now I hear
better at home."


"Now I can hear
the waves crashing."

When is it time to get hearing aids?

HearingLife can help you know when the time is right to focus on your hearing with a free hearing assessment.*

If you are concerned that hearing loss is impacting your ability to function independently, or challenges with communicating are making it harder for you to engage with your family and friends, take time today to hear well again.


How do you know you're ready?

The answer could be as individual as your lifestyle. What matters to you impacts what you need to hear most. everyone's needs are different. When you start to miss out on what's important to you, that's when the time is right for you to address your hearing loss.

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    You can't hear your loved ones.

    Sometimes you simply don't catch something and the special instant is over. If you are missing the moments that matter when your family gathers, then you know it's time to check for hearing loss.

  • catch important details

    You don't catch important details.

    Whether you are speaking with a physician, a financial adviser, or getting any professional counsel, you want to listen with confidence. If you are uncertain in these situations, that means it's time to do take action about your hearing.

  • hear better in meetings

    You can't hear in meetings.

    When you can't follow along at work or in community group meetings, it may be the right time to address your hearing loss. You will be more active and can engage fully when you understand correctly the first time.

Take control of your hearing today.

Many people put off addressing hearing loss. The earlier you start, the sooner you can notice an improvement in your everyday life.

When you take action, such as by wearing hearing aids, you can notice so many improvements to your quality of life. Beyond the obvious - not having to ask people to repeat themselves, turning the volume up on your television or radio and filling in the gaps when you can't hear well - there are other benefits, too. You hear birds better, you can enjoy music more fully because hearing aids may help you hear higher or lower tones (that you didn't know you were missing) and even the sounds of people's footsteps when they are coming quietly from behind you. 

Ask your hearing care provider for information on how hearing aids can make it possible to hear these things and much more. You may be surprised to hear that hearing aids do much more than just "make everything louder" -  they can be programmed to address your particular hearing deficiencies.


June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month

Did you know that hearing loss is a modifiable risk factor for dementia?  Do what you can to take care of your brain health, starting with addressing potential hearing loss.

Is this how you feel, too?

Take a moment to see if you recognize yourself in some of the following statements:

  • I often find people around me are mumbling and speaking softly
  • I have to turn up the volume on my TV, radio and phone
  • I can't hear what people are saying if they don’t look directly at me
  • I often need to rest after work or school because I am so tired
  • I am often uncertain when I am out because I don’t know where sounds are coming from
  • I have problems recognizing speech, especially at gatherings with other people
  • I often feel depressed and lonely
  • I think it’s very difficult to have a conversation in a crowded place
  • I often have problems remembering what people say
  • I feel that my family and friends are tired of repeating everything to me

If some of these symptoms and worries are familiar to you, it is important to seek help. They can all be related to hearing loss. Complete the form at the top of this page to request your free hearing assessment* today.

Request my free assessment*

*The purpose of this hearing assessment and/or demonstration is for hearing wellness to determine if the patient(s) may benefit from using hearing aids. Products demonstrated may differ from products sold. Test conclusion may not be a medical diagnosis. The use of any hearing aid may not fully restore normal hearing and does not prevent future hearing loss. Testing is to evaluate your hearing wellness, which may include selling and fitting hearing aids. Hearing instruments may not meet the needs of all hearing-impaired individuals. One offer per customer. Offer not available to any consumer using an insurance benefit, a Managed Care, or Federal reimbursement (including third-party administered reimbursements). Offer cannot be combined with any of our promotional offers, coupons or discounts. Other terms may apply. See office for details.