Our hearing aids at Selective Hearing can greatly improve the quality of life for those with hearing loss AND their family, friends, and associates. Once corrected, hearing impaired patients can engage more effectively in conversations both professionally and socially. This greatly reduces the stresses a hearing loss causes; as effective communication relies on how well we hear. It also reduces the stress family, friends and coworkers go through.
Our daily life is made up of social interaction, both big and small. Miscommunication leads to difficulties for both the hearing impaired person and those around them. How well we hear matters… don’t miss out life’s special everyday moments, explore what our digital hearing aids can do.
There are multiple hearing aid levels based on what level of performance is needed by the wearer. Learn more about each of the hearing aid levels by clicking on the image below.
PREMIUM LEVEL HEARING AIDS
Cynthia’s hearing loss is very modest, but she does enjoy going to the symphony, enjoys social engagements and is a professor at the University. Her classes are sometimes held in wide open auditoriums, and at other times, in smaller classrooms. She needs a hearing aid that can help in a variety of sound environments. A Premium Level hearing aid would be best suited for Cynthia.
ADVANCED LEVEL HEARING AIDS
Joan is kept busy helping raise her two grandchildren. She spends most of her time getting her grand kids to and from their various activities. For her level of activity and noise exposure, an Advanced Level hearing aid would make the most sense.
STANDARD LEVEL HEARING AIDS
Ben is a semi-retired accountant and over the last few years his hearing loss has become a distraction to him and his family. He remains active but doesn’t like crowds. He needs a hearing aid that he can rely on but isn’t called upon to manage ever changing sound environments. A Standard Level hearing aid is probably the best solution for Ben.
ESSENTIAL LEVEL HEARING AIDS
Roy is an avid reader and enjoys a quiet, stay-at-home life. His hearing loss is not severe and his environment does not require sophisticated technology. He also has a limited income. We may recommend an Basic Level Hearing Aid for Roy.