Our Chalfont office has moved!
It is now located at 1600 Horizon Drive, Suite 121, Chalfont, PA 18914


Unfortunately, we are unable to accept appointments at any of our locations due to the sudden outbreak of the Coronavirus, as we feel it is our personal responsibility to  patients and staff to protect them from exposure.

We will be accepting emails at admin@Listen-2-Life.com and our online store is open for hearing aid supplies should you need to order them. If you are enrolled in our Life Time Aftercare Plan (LTA) you will only be responsible for the shipping charges for supplies while our offices remain closed.

We look forward to resuming normal L2L business hours at all locations as soon as this pandemic is under control and it is deemed safe to return.

Please stay Safe and Healthy,
Shawn and Jennifer Guido

L2L’s Philadelphia hearing aid centers offer hearing aids in myriad sizes and styles. Superb aftercare.

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Think you might have a hearing loss? Schedule a diagnostic hearing test with L2L’s hearing specialists.

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What to know about hearing loss

There are 3 types of hearing loss: conductive, sensorineural, and mixed hearing loss.

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Offering the Most Technologically Advanced Hearing Aids

Our hearing aids work exceptionally fast in quiet harmony with your brain, constantly scanning your listening environment 100x per second so you can distinguish speech from noise – automatically adjusting and balancing each sound surrounding you, not just the sound aimed directly at you.

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Physiological Effects of Music and Noise on the Human Body

A recent study found that sympathetic nerves (those that control a body’s automatic actions like heart rate and blood pressure) were suppressed when a person listened to classical music which, in turn, caused a slower heart rate. On the other hand, rock music and other noises increased the heart rate. Researchers concluded that “classical music tends to cause comfort and rock music and noise tend to cause discomfort.”

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State-Of-The-Art Hearing Aids Custom-Fit to YOUR Needs

Sonic’s Captivate hearing aid allows you to enjoy more of the world of sound with less noise and fewer distractions. Clear conversations. Streaming online entertainment.

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The Oticon Opn S hearing aid features a next-generation micro- chip that adjusts and balances the sounds around you and in front of you.

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The Signia Styletto Connect hearing aid is a revolution in sound, style, streaming and charging-on-the-go. Sleek design, trendy colors, and a cool metal look.

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The Phonak Audéo Marvel hearing aid offers a clear, rich sound, connects to iOS/Android smart- phones, and comes with recharge- able technology.

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The Starkey Livio® AI hearing aid lets you hear speech comfortably even in noisy environs. Connects to smartphones, TVs, and media devices. Evens answers phone calls.

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Your One-Stop Philadelphia Shop for Hearing Aid Accessories

Philadelphia Hearing Aid Specialists Providing Superior and Individualized Audiological Care

Jennifer Sweeney and Shawn Guido, Co-Founders, Listen 2 Life Hearing CentersJen Sweeney-Guido and Shawn Guido, Co-Founders, L2L Hearing Centers

Bucks County Happening Winner 2018Because we are a family owned, operated, and independent Philadelphia hearing center, we feel we set higher standards in providing superior and individualized audiological care to those with hearing loss.

If your hearing loss diagnosis suggests a hearing aid, we’ll choose one together that best meets your physiological and lifestyle needs. But, remember, the selection of a hearing aid is relatively useless unless you have the proper support.

And this is where Listen 2 Life hearing specialists excel. It’s our hearing aid fitting and lifetime aftercare support that sets us apart from other Philadelphia area hearing centers.

Listen 2 Life Hearing Centers in Philadelphia, Bucks, and Montgomery counties offer complete diagnostic services including audiometric and speech testing, hearing aids, hearing aid fittings/calibration/testing, and otoscopic examinations.


I’m writing on the behalf of my mom, Rita. She wanted me to contact you to thank you for the continual excellent service you have been providing her. I appreciate the compassion you show my mom every time she calls or comes in with a hearing aid issue. It is difficult for her and very frustrating at times when she can’t hear. But you always correct the issues. A special shout out to Jillian for her continued help these past few months. She is a wonderful and kind person especially to my mother. There are several places that provide hearing aids for people but my mom and myself are very happy that we chose you. Thanks again!  ~ Lisa S.

We Offer Seven (7) Convenient Hearing Aid Centers in the Philadelphia Area

 (267) 477-1446


1600 Horizon Drive
Suite 121
Chalfont, PA 18914

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Chestnut Hill

8815 Germantown Avenue
Suite 32
Philadelphia, PA 19118

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East Norriton

60 West Germantown Pike
East Norriton, PA 19401

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108 Cowpath Road
Suite 2
Lansdale, PA 19446

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400 Cresson Blvd
Oaks, PA 19460

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525 Jamestown Avenue
Suite 104
Philadelphia, PA 19128

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Willow Grove

1001 Easton Road
Suite 106
Willow Grove, PA 19090

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Research & Publications

Why Smoking Can Cause Hearing Loss

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), tobacco use is the single most significant preventable cause of death and disease in the US, responsible for the demise of over 480,000 Americans every year. The research shaking its finger at Uncle Bob puffing on his pipe is not

How Do Cochlear Implants Work?

Sensorineural hearing loss affects millions of Americans every year. Although the greatest likelihood of hearing difficulties is found in the elderly, affecting 50% of those 75 and older, around three children out of every thousand are born with a noticeable degree of hearing loss in one or both ears. That

Cannabis’ Contribution to Hearing and Balance

Cannabis has been a hot topic in the medical world for a little while. Though the recreational smoking of marijuana has been popular across the US since the early 1900s, it was not until the 1990s that the medicinal benefits of cannabis compounds became more widely recognized. In 1996, California

Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Imagine waking up one morning and feeling like the speakers have been switched off on one side of the house. In some cases, the entire sound system fails, with sounds through both sides reduced to a muffled mumble. Sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL) can be an alarming event- one moment