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Hearing Aids

For many people, hearing aids are a great treatment option for hearing loss. We will be honest with you about what we think you need based on your hearing loss. You can be confident that we will do what is best for you without pressuring you to buy anything.

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Affordable Hearing Aids in the Palm Beach Area

At Audiology With A Heart, we believe everybody deserves a chance to hear better. That's why we carry hearing aids from different manufacturers instead of being committed to just one. Because we're an independent audiology practice, we can choose what's best for each patient without being limited to one company. And because we're a nonprofit, manufacturers give us their lowest prices, a discount we can pass along to you.

Hearing aids at Audiology With a Heart

We offer hearing aids from manufacturers Oticon, Resound, and Phonak. These are some of the most reliable, highest quality hearing aid manufacturers in the world today. They provide a wide variety of products to fit most people's needs without being expensive. We stand by every product we carry, and will only recommend hearing aids from brands we trust.

Featured Technology

Introducing The World’s Most Powerful Hearing Aids

Oticon Xceed hearing aid

Oticon has some of the most technologically advanced hearing aids on the market today. Along with BrainHearing technology and Own Voice Processing, Oticon has recently released three new hearing aids to provide you with a seamless listening experience.

The Oticon Xceed and the Xceed Play are the most powerful hearing aids for adults and children with severe-to-profound hearing loss. They both offer 360⁰ access to speech without the interference of background noise. This allows for a better listening experience as well as improved learning for children. The Xceed and Xceed Play feature groundbreaking technology that reduces feedback, such as static or whistling, so you can hear clearer and with better attention. Adults and children can control these devices straight from their smartphones through an app, creating more control and improved usability. The Xceed for adults comes in a variety of colors to match your skin tone or hair color while the Xceed Play includes bright, fun colors in addition to the neutral tones for younger users.

Oticon Xceed Play hearing aids

Oticon CROS hearing aids offer a revolutionary 360⁰ sound experience for those with single-sided deafness. CROS hearing aids include a transmitter with a microphone that wirelessly picks up sound and sends it from your poorer ear to your better ear with a hearing aid. This allows you to easily engage in conversations in different environments. Oticon CROS hearing aids feature OpenSoundNavigator and TwinLink dual-streaming technology so you can hear from all directions. This gives you the freedom to do what you love while enjoying a more natural listening experience.

Oticon CROS hearing aids

Hearing Aid Models

When you picture a hearing aid, what comes to mind? If you think of something big and bulky, you might be surprised by what hearing aids really look like today. All of the models you can choose from are small and discreet, whether you choose something that is contained entirely within your ear canal or something that hides almost entirely behind the back of your ear. Hearing aid size and shape doesn't affect the price of hearing aids, so it's a matter of personal preference as well as what's appropriate to treat your individual hearing loss.

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The majority of our patients prefer the sound and comfort of a receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aid, although some like the look of a completely-in-canal (CIC) hearing aid. We'll consult with you about what you're looking for in hearing aids before we make our recommendation.

Many of our patients have profound hearing loss, which calls for "power hearing aids," hearing instruments that can supply considerable power needed to address severe hearing loss. If you have profound hearing loss, that will affect what kind of hearing aid you can use. However, we are very familiar with these devices and will work with you to find a solution that makes you happy.

Recommending a Hearing Aid

Your hearing needs are personal and individual, so we don't just recommend the same hearing aids to everybody. And because our focus is on our patients, we never recommend the most expensive devices just to make more money. Instead, we take a look at you as an individual and what you need, based on:

  • Your budget: Hearing aids are available at all price points, and we specialize in finding high-quality, affordable hearing devices for all budgets.
  • Your lifestyle: If you are very active and spend a lot of time in noisy environments with many people around, you're going to have different needs than someone who tends to stay indoors in quieter spaces.
  • Your technological preferences: How comfortable are you with new technology? Some hearing aids can communicate directly with your cell phone or TV, while others are simpler and more straightforward.
  • Your other needs: Are you comfortable changing batteries by yourself or would you benefit from rechargeable hearing aids? These are just some of the questions that we consider.

Hearing Aid Fittings

When your hearing aids arrive, we will schedule an appointment to customize your new hearing aids to your individual loss. Hearing aids are like little computers, and they must be programmed with the results of your hearing test so they can treat the exact sounds you have trouble hearing. We program them while you're sitting with us so we can make sure you're comfortable with how they feel and sound. We may also use real-ear measurement, the most reliable method of determining your hearing aids are working correctly, to make sure the programming on your hearing aids is letting you hit our hearing goals.

Free Amplified Telephones

Audiology With A Heart provides Florida Telecommunications Relay Inc. (FTRI) distribution services for Florida residents who are hard of hearing, deaf, deaf/blind, or speech impaired. The phones are available to borrow on a long-term basis at no charge to the consumer. These devices include volume/tone control phones, captioned phones, TTYs, and increased volume/visual phone signalers.

Our specialized telephones will help making phone calls easier and more comfortable for you so you don’t have to experience the frustration of having to ask other people for help. To alert you when the phone rings, we also offer specialized ring signaling devices. This equipment is loaned at no charge for as long as needed to residents who qualify.

Permanent Florida residents that are 3 or older and have a hearing loss are eligible for (1) phone per person.

Please make an appointment to get a new phone, exchange a phone, or return a phone. Only a nonprofit organization like Audiology With A Heart is able to provide these devices to patients. We believe that everyone deserves to hear well and stay connected to the people they love, and we are here to assist in any way we can.

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