Hearing aids help improve communication and put people back in touch with family and friends allowing them to enjoy social activities again. One simple truth remains, however, it is essential that hearing aids are custom programmed to each individual user to meet their specific needs.
Choosing the right programmable hearing aid means working with a trustworthy and qualified Audiologist to find a product that fits your hearing loss, lifestyle and budget. A good provider takes into consideration a patient’s hearing loss, their hearing needs, ear shape and health, dexterity, and vision.
Just like a GP, the right audiologist can make the difference between a successful fitting and a terrible experience. Programmable digital hearing aids are the most commonly used hearing aids among those with hearing loss.
The technology within the hearing aids determines how the devices can be programmed, how much flexibility in adjustment is available as well as the capabilities of the hearing aids to cope with various listening situations of the individual user. The technology in the hearing aids is important, but it is only as good as the programming of the devices.
Thus no matter how good the technology is, your hearing aids are only as good as the audiologist that sets them up for you.
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