Did you know 1 in every 15 teenagers has hearing loss?
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Sarasota, FL 34233

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Hearing Aids

We offer hearing aids from the major hearing aid manufacturers in various styles and levels of technology with a range of prices to suit your budget.

Manufacturers we work with (but are not limited to):

  • Oticon
  • Signia/Siemens
  • ReSound
  • Starkey
  • EarQ
  • Widex
  • Unitron
  • Sebotek
  • Interton
  • Microtech
  • Rexton
  • Phonak

Couple watching TVThe majority of hearing aids available today are Bluetooth capable, which means you can use an adapter to stream your television or telephone directly into your hearing aid.


The majority of hearing aids also provide recharge-ability. Simply set your hearing aids in their charger at night, and you'll wake up to fully-powered devices in the morning. Your hearing aids take just three hours to fully charge. And, if you forget to charge, a quick 30 minutes will provide another six hours of use.



Assistive Listening Devices

You may not feel ready for a hearing aid at this time, but you may need a little help hearing the television or the telephone. Assistive Listening Devices are available for purchase and may be used with or without hearing aids. These include: television, radio, and theatre systems, telephone amplifiers, alert devices, and alarm clocks.

Custom Ear Molds

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Our custom made ear molds can be used for:

  • Swimmers
  • MP3 players or other personal music devices
  • Musician monitors

Custom Hearing Protection

Our custom hearing protection molds can be used for:

  • Hunters
  • Musicians and concertgoers
  • Sports enthusiasts
  • Ear plugs to sleep in



Assistive Listening Devices
Boost your TV, radio, alarm clocks, and more
Playing music
Custom Ear Molds
For swimmers, musicians, and others
Custom Hearing Protection
Customized for hunters, concertgoers, etc.
Realistic Expectations
Know what you're getting with hearing aids
hearing technology
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