What kind of service can I expect at Affordable Hearing as a private client looking for hearing aids?
At Affordable Hearing we are committed to providing our clients with the best possible hearing aid technology at the most competitive price. Unlike many providers we offer free 7 day trials of hearing aids before purchase to ensure the hearing aids best suit your lifestyle and hearing needs.
Our hearing aid prices, while some of the most competitive around also includes batteries supply, servicing, cleaning and appointments for as long as your hearing aid is under warranty (in most cases three years).
What type of hearing aids does Affordable Hearing provide for private clients?
Increasingly the hearing sector is vertically integrated. That is, the retail dispenser is owned by a large international hearing aid manufacturer (such as Connect Hearing being owned by the Sonova Group, AudioClinic and Hearing Life by the William Demant Group, Bloom by Widex and so on) who predominantly sell only their own brand of aids.
This creates a situation where promoting the parent brand may become more important than individual needs. It also means that typically, clinicians working in vertically integrated environments are not aware of the full range of products in the market place which may be of benefit to their clients. Vertical Integration as also lead to less competition and higher prices as larger hearing providers dominate the market. As an independent provider, our Audiologist have greater choice, flexibility and hearing aid knowledge which results in better results and value for our clients.
At Affordable Hearing we will find the product and brand most suitable to your hearing needs, lifestyle & budget!
How much do hearing aids cost?
The cost of hearing aids will vary depending on the level of technology & features you choose. Generally speaking a higher priced hearing aid will provide you with more comfort greater benefits. At Affordable Hearing our hearing aids range from $2900 – $10900 a pair. These prices are often at least $4000 cheaper than our competitors.
It is important to remember that you are not just paying for the hearing aid, but a hearing rehabilitation/management program with your Audiologist. In most cases it takes several adjustments to get your hearing aids ‘just right’ for you. Further your audiologist will assist you in finding solutions to managing better in ‘hard to hear’ situations.