Take control of your ability to hear the world around you.
The hearing aid market is full of options for patients who have varying types of hearing loss. At Hear On the Shore our goal is to help you determine which device will best meet your needs.
Hearing aids come in many shapes, sizes, and colors for people of all ages. While hearing aids can’t completely restore normal hearing, they can dramatically improve your hearing by amplifying soft sounds to help you hear sounds that you’ve had trouble hearing.
Perhaps you’ve thought about getting a hearing aid (or two), but you’re worried about how it will look or whether it will really help. Today’s hearing aids are so advanced that there are a variety of features between hearing aid styles and brands. As technology has increased in the field of hearing aids, so have the options and availability.
We will help you decide which hearing aid style and brand will be best for your hearing health! This can range from styles that allow manual adjustments all the way to hearing aids that adjust for you.
Karla has been so patient with me. So far I have trialed four pairs of hearing aids and am planning to try one more before I buy. That’s three months of trials without a purchase! I’m so thankful that I found her through TruHearing.
I went an audiologist in Salisbury prior to going to Karla and they basically told me that I needed trust that they would pick the right hearing aid for me. They insisted that “harsh” settings were correct for me. They told me I just wasn’t used to hearing those sounds anymore and I would get used to it. Just remember hearing aids should aid in understanding not just add noise.
Since seeing Karla at Hear on the Shore, I have learned that each brand is very different and you’ll never know unless you try. I have also learned that you need to be comfortable with your hearing aid fitter. You should be able to suggest changes for your settings and they should listen to your concerns. And Karla does all those things.
I worried at first because she travels to different pharmacies seeing patients. She sets up a make shift office and tests in an open room. (The audiologist I went to tested in a sound proof booth.) However her results were the same as the audiologist’s. I’m sure her traveling around the Shore improves accessibility for patients and keeps costs down. This allows her to flexible with trials and her schedule. Don’t hesitate your hearing is worth it, call for a screening today!