Hearing Aid Fitting & Aftercare Support

Listen 2 Life Hearing Centers offer the most advanced, next-generation hearing aid technologies that deliver natural hearing experiences, style, streaming, and charging-on-the-go.

However, a hearing aid is only as good as the support you receive from your hearing aid specialist.

We offer Superior Aftercare Support that doesn’t require any out-of-pocket expense – not even a co-pay!

L2L’s 1st Year Aftercare Support includes:

  • Free Checkups
    • Free Hearing Aid Calibrations
    • Free Tuneups
    • Free Comfort Adjustments
  • Free Hearing Aid Cleanings
  • Free Diagnostic Hearing Tests
  • Hearing Aid Repairs
  • 12-Pack of Batteries
  • Hearing Aid Domes
  • Firmware Updates
  • Consultations with Hearing Specialist

 

Hearing Aid Evaluation & Fitting

There are many steps that are part of a hearing aid evaluation. If you suspect that you might need a hearing aid, you will first need to have a hearing evaluation. At the time of the hearing evaluation, a case history will be taken to determine how much your hearing problem impacts your day-to-day life as well as the lives of your family. A complete history will be taken, and we’ll ask you some questions related to when and how your hearing loss started, if there is ringing in your ears (tinnitus) and if you experience dizziness. We may also inquire about your general health history.

The results from your hearing test will provide the hearing care professional an outline of the sounds you may be missing or hearing, but the personal answers about your daily life and hearing aid experience will provide the basis for a more comprehensive hearing evaluation. You may be referred to a medical doctor specializing in disorders of the ear if you are a candidate for hearing aids or if there are other medical conditions your hearing professional thinks should be addressed before hearing aids are recommended. This referral can often be the first step in the hearing aid examination.

If your hearing test reveals a permanent hearing loss, a hearing aid may be recommended for one or both ears. Your hearing professional may explain the sounds you are not hearing and what a hearing aid(s) can do to help. It is usually at this appointment that you will get to see and touch different styles of hearing aids. In some cases, you may even be able to test a hearing aid for yourself. Your hearing professional will help you choose the best hearing aid(s) style, features and level of sophistication based on your degree of hearing loss, lifestyle, and financial circumstances. The final decision on which hearing aid(s) is purchased is your choice.

Once you make a decision, the hearing professional may take impressions of your ears if you selected custom hearing aids or behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids that require earmolds. Hearing aids must usually be ordered from a manufacturer and then programmed by your hearing professional to meet your specific hearing needs. This process can take a few weeks, so do not be disappointed if you do not receive your hearing aids the same day as your evaluation.