At Volume Hearing & Audiology, we understand that you define your hearing needs, not the hearing loss. We will work closely with you to understand the nature of your hearing loss, your hearing needs, lifestyle, and budget to help you choose the best hearing aid for your needs. We have adopted 3 different service delivery models to best meet the needs of our patients, with the goal of having a solution for everyone in need.
We want to meet you at the level you are at in your journey with hearing health care.
Hearing aids are generally robust devices, yet they still spend most of their time in the relatively inhospitable environments in and around our ears. In time, most hearing aids will require a repair of one type or another. Whether you’ve purchased your hearing aids at Volume Hearing & Audiology or elsewhere, we are available to make the most minor repairs in house. Common repairs include:
While some major repairs may require hearing aids to be returned to the manufacturer, we will do everything we can to ensure that you are not without your hearing aids for any longer than necessary. If you think your hearing aids might require repair, call today!
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) are a broad category of electronic devices that work with or independently of hearing aids to reduce the distance between a listener and a sound source. Some ALDs are commonly found in public spaces and can work with the telecoils, or “T-coils,” that are optional on most hearing aids to help wearers in a variety of environments. Other ALDs are useful at home, in the classroom, in the workplace, or even in the car.
Some common types of ALDs include:
The usefulness that any particular ALD will have depends on your lifestyle and hearing needs.
If you have questions about ALDs, call us today!