The ideal hearing aid for you is one you’ll feel comfortable wearing and fits your lifestyle. In addition, the hearing aid must be effective and help improve your hearing. Hearing Solutions LLC offers a wide variety of hearing aids including ones that are nearly invisible and offer high fidelity sound quality, and for the more technically inclined, hearing aids that wirelessly connect to your TV, transforming your hearing aids into headsets.
The Benefits of a Maximum Functioning Hearing Aids
- Improve your ability to hear in noisy settings
- Allow you to determine where sounds are coming from
- Improve your ability to understand speech, even from a distance
- Help you hear soft sounds at lower levels
- Help give sound a fuller quality
- Amplify sounds you want to hear
- Diminish sounds that you don’t want to hear like background noise
Does Insurance Cover Hearing Aids?
Health insurance companies generally don’t cover hearing aids. However, diagnostic evaluations are covered if a physician orders them to assist in developing a treatment plan. Similarly, Medicare doesn’t cover hearing aids for adults, but Medicare will cover the cost of bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA), a special type of hearing device if other coverage policies are met because Medicare has declared the BAHA a “prosthetic device” and not a hearing aid.
For eligible children and young adults ages 21 and under, Medicaid will pay for the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss, including hearing aids, under the Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic, and Treatment (EPSDT) service. Also, children may be covered by their state’s early intervention program or State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).
We partner with TruHearing and United Health Care Hearing to process insurance benefits.
If you need help paying for a hearing aid, some nonprofit organizations provide financial assistance, while others may help provide affordable hearing aids with used or refurbished devices.
Lorcan Redmond, professional Tri-athlete, talks about his Signia Active hearing aids
Hearing Aid Brands
Hearing Solutions LLC offers many brands of hearing aids from today’s best manufacturers. The latest hearing instruments feature a variety of technologies, styles, and colors to fit any hearing and lifestyle needs. For your personal fitting for hearing aids, call us to make an appointment.
Widex hearing instruments are available in four technology levels and a variety of colors and styles, offering different options to suit your lifestyle, hearing loss, and budget.
Our newest product line, The EVOKE, intelligently learns from the volume changes you make and gradually applies them to similar situations. With its built-in SoundSense Adapt technology, EVOKE is so intelligent, you might forget you're wearing it!
Starkey offers advanced technology, supreme sound quality, and premium features. It is customizable to fit your unique hearing needs and keep you connected to the people and things you love the most.
ReSound has a portfolio of hearing aids and wireless accessories that work together to help extend your hearing over distance and in noisy environments.
As a part of the Siemens family of technology, Signia has developed hearing aids that extend to a variety of designs and styles. They offer behind the ear (BTE) to discreet in the ear models (IIC), which include Bluetooth connectivity rechargeability, and interactive phone apps. Signia continues to provide a high-quality product at an affordable price.
Oticon says "People First is our promise to empower people to communicate freely, interact naturally, and participate actively."
You can choose from many designs or custom fittings that suit your lifestyle and hearing abilities. They're all available in colors that match your skin and hair tones or make a fashionable statement.
CaptionCall is similar to captioned television, but only available to people with hearing loss. it uses cutting-edge technology to display written, nearly instant captions.
As a provision of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the U.S. federal government established a fund to give individuals with hearing loss access to captioned telephone service at no cost. CaptionCall is an FCC-authorized captioned telephone service provider and is compensated by the government for providing this service. No costs are passed on to the end-users.
Batteries and Accessories
In addition to hearing aids, Hearing Solutions LLC also offers batteries and accessories for your hearing aids. We will tell you which size and color of hearing aid batteries you need. Hearing aid batteries are standardized with number and color codes to make it easy to find what you need. The easy-to-remember codes are 675 (Blue), 13 (Orange), 312 (Brown), and 10 (Yellow). Hearing aid batteries typically last about 5 to 7 days, depending on the size of the battery, your model hearing aid, level of hearing loss, and the demands of the location where you use them. The more active your hearing aid is, the more battery power it will use. Rechargeable hearing aids and hearing aid batteries are also available.
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