Your Guide to Hearing Aids
Try before you buy!
The Hearing Hub offers it’s client’s a FREE 4-8 week trial on all the leading hearing aid manufacturers products. You can try different brands and different levels of technology to make sure you find the solution that suits your unique hearing loss and needs.
The FREE trial ensures you aren’t exposed to any financial risks of buying a product that doesn’t provide you with the hearing outcomes you desire. Call us today to book your hearing assessment and FREE trial.
The benefits of wearing hearing aids:
Hearing aids can improve your hearing outcomes significantly. Some of the benefits are listed below:
- Understand speech and sounds better in a range of different environments.
- Have a better understanding of where sounds are coming from.
- Have an improved sense of distance from sound.
- Experience a better sound quality with general sounds, music and speech.
- Experience sounds and speech that is more balanced.
Wearing hearing aids can also help improve your quality of life by providing better outcomes for your social, emotional and mental well-being.
It is important to note that you need to keep your expectations realistic when using hearing device(s). Hearing device(s) will not cure your hearing loss. They have the ability to provide you with better hearing outcomes.
The benefits of wearing hearing aids is not universal. What provides one client with good hearing outcomes doesn’t guarantee the next person with a similar hearing loss and needs will obtain the same hearing outcomes.
Every client need to be assessed on an individual basis and develop their own realistic expectations based on their type and degree of hearing loss.
Our Range of hearing devices include:
Behind-the-ear (BTE) – This type of hearing device is ideal for wearers with good dexterity. The size of these hearing aids allows for the maximum number of additional controls and features. This type of hearing device is suitable for a mild to profound hearing loss.
Receiver-in-canal (RIC) – This type of hearing device is worn behind the ear and is made with a very discreet housing. The receiver sits directly in the ear canal. This type of hearing device is not suitable for wearers with limited dexterity. This type of hearing device is suitable for a mild to profound hearing loss. This device will provide a superior sound quality to the BTE option.
Full shell hearing aids (ITE) – This hearing device is ideal for wearers with limited dexterity. The size of these hearing aids allows for the maximum number of additional controls and features. This type of hearing device is suitable for a mild to Profound hearing loss.
Half shell and canals (ITC) – This type of hearing device can also be effective for wearers with limited dexterity though is more discreet than an ITE. This type of hearing device is suitable for a mild to profound hearing loss.
Completely-in-the-canal (CIC) – This hearing type of hearing device sits inside the ear canal and is very discreet. This type of hearing device is suitable for a mild to severe hearing loss.
Invisible-in-the-canal (IIC) – This type of hearing device is the most discrete hearing device you can wear. This tiny device is positioned very close the ear drum. This type of hearing device is suitable for a mild to moderately severe hearing loss.
Hearing aid technology/cost:
All distinctive styles of hearing aids listed come in various levels of technology. It is important when selecting a level of technology that the style of hearing aid and technology chosen suits your degree of hearing loss and your hearing needs. Don’t buy a hearing device(s) unless you trial the products recommended.
All hearing devices fitted by The Hearing Hub contain the most up to date advancements in hearing aid technology. Digital hearing aids will range from non-wireless to wireless/Bluetooth hearing device(s). Some hearing devices now contain artificial intelligence and remote adjusting capabilities.
Hearing device(s) do vary in price with respect to the level of technology chosen. The Hearing Hub’s hearing device prices start from $1,250.00 per device ranging to $3990.00 per device. 3-5 year manufacturers warranty is included and lifetime servicing is included in these prices. The highest quality of servicing is given to all client’s irrespective of the price paid by the client.
For more information about hearing aids or to request an appointment, call The Hearing Hub today on (02) 4910 4074. Alternatively, simply fill out our online contact form and a member of our team will get back to you.
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