Trust Your Hearing to Beltone Hearing of Adrian, MI
“Only old people have a hearing loss.” This is one of the most common misconceptions you will hear when hearing loss comes up in conversation. Where it is true that the elderly experience a higher incidence of hearing loss, hearing impairments of all types can strike individuals of all ages. An extreme noise event, ongoing exposure to loud noise during work or activities, head trauma, various types of infections or diseases, and medications can cause hearing loss in individuals of all ages. Regardless of why you have a decreased hearing capacity, the experts at our Beltone Hearing locations are ready to help.
We are more than just a hearing aid dispenser. Each Beltone Hearing center offers Beltone hearing aids with the most advanced technology in the industry as well as innovative accessories to improve your hearing experience. You can expect personalized hearing care that begins with a hearing assessment and ongoing follow-up care for your hearing instrument throughout Michigan, Ohio, and all across the country. We follow strict protocols to maintain your health and safety during in-office visits, but we also allow the option to connect to a hearing care provider by using tele-audiology. If you or a loved one is struggling to hear, regardless of your age, check out our hearing aids in Adrian, MI.
Innovative Beltone Hearing Aids in Adrian, MI
Beltone hearing aids have a rich 80-year history as America’s hearing aid industry leader. One of our most reason firsts was the development of “Made for iPhone” hearing aids, [K1] and we continue to push the boundaries of hearing aid innovation with features, such as personalized modes, which change automatically to fit the environment or activity you are in, independent control for each ear, shock and moisture resistance, and natural-sounding clarity.
Along with innovative hearing instruments, the hearing aid dispenser at each of our Beltone Hearing locations carries a variety of high-tech accessories, which make it possible to help hearing aid users to live a normal day-to-day life. No matter what level of hearing aid technology you have, our accessories work with it to help streamline your hearing experience.
We have both accessories and hearing aids in Adrian for those who only trust their hearing care to the leader in hearing aid industry innovation.
Personalized Care Begins with a Hearing Assessment
The WHO reports that hearing loss is the third most common health condition reported in the US and the number of people expected to experience a hearing loss could double by 2050. In spite of the fact that better hearing leads to an improved quality of life by reducing the risk of cognitive decline, restoring relationships, and increasing a greater sense of acceptance and confidence, many people in Adrian place regular hearing tests at the bottom of their list of healthcare priorities.
A Beltone Hearing center hearing assessment is the first step toward identifying your hearing care needs and developing a custom solution to meet them. A hearing assessment requires about a half hour to perform, is non-invasive, and you will have your results before you leave our office. Start the journey to better hearing care by scheduling a hearing assessment right away at any of the 48 Beltone Hearing locations in Michigan and Ohio.
Take Advantage of Tele-Audiology for Safety and Convenience
Self-isolation and social distancing protocols for COVID-19 introduced a unique challenge into healthcare and hearing care. Beltone Hearing centers provide a solution by offering tele-audiology appointments that meet health and safety needs while also solving issues with your schedule or travel that make an in-office appointment unworkable.
By using tele-conferencing with your cell phone, tablet, or computer, you can connect to a hearing aid dispenser for a face-to-face hearing care consultation in Adrian that is both safe and convenient.
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If you or a loved one is struggling to hear as well as you used to, start your journey toward better hearing by scheduling a comprehensive hearing assessment today.
"Everyone was ready to help me achieve my goal to hear clearly again."
Working in a noisy environment began to take its toll on Judith’s hearing.
“My hearing suffered for many years,” says Judith. “Working in a manufacturing facility before there were earplugs, etc., I started with ringing in the ears and then the usual turning up the TV to hear it,” she recalls.
"It’s nice to know you can hear everything going on around you."
Steve became aware of the seriousness of his hearing loss somewhat unexpectedly.
He recalls, “It was a little scary, an alarm on a piece of equipment was going off and I didn’t hear it. Made me wonder what other warnings I may not be hearing.”
"It was a very in-depth appointment."
When it came to Tim’s hearing loss, he says the hardest part was “that I knew it would never get better.”
Additionally, he says, “I was somewhat worried that the process would be just to get me to buy hearing aids. But it was a very in-depth appointment that went far beyond just buying hearing aids.”
"Improved my hearing."
Antonio realized he had a hearing loss when he struggled with “hearing people correctly.” This made following conversations difficult in terms of understanding and feeling confident enough to voice his own thoughts.
Prior to visiting Beltone Hearing Center, he was concerned “that wearing a hearing aid would be noticeable.”
"Nice place. Nice people."
Hearing loss often develops slowly over time, as it did for Paul. “When I was asking people to repeat too many times, I knew I needed to do something,” he recalls.
Prior to his appointment at Beltone Hearing Center, he didn’t have any worries because he felt he had nothing to lose. He emphasizes, “The offer is a free, no cost hearing test.”
"The staff at the clinic were very patient and listened carefully to my concerns before they answered"
Herminio was first aware of his hearing challenges when he was struggling to hear other people in conversations.
He explains, “I had to make frequent requests to the speaker, asking him/her to repeat what they had said.”