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Hearing Aid Supplies

Take advantage of our low priced hearing aid supplies and accessories. We have everything you need to keep your hearing aids functioning including hearing aid batteries, domes, receivers, wax guards, cleaning spray, stabilizers (concha locks), ear gels, chargers, and a whole lot more.

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Jen Sweeney, Co-founder and Shawn Guido, Co-founder, B.S.-HIS/IHS

Jen Sweeney, Co-founder and Shawn Guido, Co-founder, B.S.-HIS/IHS

Family-Owned & Independent
Hearing Aid Center

Because we are a family-owned, operated, and independent hearing center, we achieve superior ratings in providing individualized hearing loss services and aftercare support.

Listen 2 Life Hearing Centers has 7 locations in Philadelphia, Bucks, and Montgomery counties to serve you – each offering complete diagnostics including hearing and speech tests, hearing aid fittings, calibrations, and testing, otoscopic exams as well as technologically advanced, state-of-the-art hearing aids, accessories and supplies.

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Listen 2 Life hearing specialists are specifically trained to detect, assess, and treat hearing problems and hearing loss in adults and children. If you feel that you or your children may be affected by hearing loss, please schedule a hearing test.

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, that’s where we excel.


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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