We eliminate your risk by allowing you to take home some demonstrator hearing aids to try before you buy.

Once you have had a hearing evaluation, we will discuss hearing aid styles and review hearing aid technology. We can decide the style hearing aid and choose a technology level that will provide you with the optimum level of hearing improvement and comfort. With the traditional approach, these hearing aids will be ordered. You will be scheduled for a hearing aid fitting.

At this hearing aid fitting, the hearing aids will be programmed to your hearing and listening needs. Once purchased and fit you will begin your 30-day trial period.

If you find the traditional approach intimidating because you have to buy just to try, there is our Just Listen program. Hear Well Again Centers is one of only a few practices where you take demonstrator hearing aids home and listen to a range of technology (designed to make amplification sounding natural and clear in challenging listening environments) where you live without paying anything. Our Just Listen program lets you experience the impact of amplification on your life before any hearing aid is ordered. Believe your ears and choose the level of hearing aid speech enhancement/noise attenuation technology you need to hear well again in the situations you live and listen.

The great part about Just Listen is it’s FREE!

We want you to be happy with your hearing aid choice and believe that Just Listen may be the best way of making sure you receive the best hearing aid for your listening needs. A hearing aid is an investment in your health. Just Listen is a great way to know what you are getting. No strings attached!

Also, our audiologist or assistant audiologist will give you information on:

  • How to insert and remove the hearing aids
  • How to clean and care for them
  • How to change the batteries

In addition, there may be some instruction provided on:

  • an operational strategy (when to adjust hearing aid programs and how)
  • use of listening strategies to augment amplification