Used Hearing aids get a second life In Inverness, Florida

KA has been a long standing patient of Gardner Audiology having originally purchased hearing aids in 2008. She came into the Inverness office several weeks back wanting to know if she could be fit with her husband’s hearing aids. He had received hearing aids through another source and had since passed away. I told her that we would need to repeat her hearing evaluation to determine if her husband’s hearing aids would be appropriate to her hearing loss. KA agreed and we proceeded.

Her hearing evaluation was completed and I decided that the hearing aids would be appropriate for her hearing loss with reprogramming. I reprogrammed the aids and verified a proper fit with Live Speech Mapping.

KA came in for follow-up two weeks later stating she was hearing so much better. We added a second memory for noisy situations and activated a remote control device.

I was happy to help KA in this situation. She had a pair of “essentially barely used hearing aids” that we salvage for her. She was grateful for the financial reprieve.

All used behind the ear hearing aids that are manufactured by Starkey, Oticon, Widex, Phonak, and Siemens could be refit and modified for most anyone.

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