We do not focus on one specific hearing aid manufacturer and therefore select the hearing aid that best suits your needs. There is a wide range of hearing aids available today. There are different styles, circuits, features and assistive devices. We will discuss these options with you and help you to make the decision on which is the best option for you.
Several hearing aid manufacturers are now offering products that are compatible with Bluetooth devices. This means that you now have the capability to hear your cell phone through your hearing aids. Many people complain that they are not able to hear their phone ringing and also struggle to hear conversation. With the new hearing aids and devices, you hear the ring of the phone as well as the conversation right in your hearing aids. This means that you are getting the appropriate volume for your hearing loss. There are other devices which are also compatible such as blue tooth adaptors for home telephones, televisions and iPod or MP3 players.
Everyone with a valid Ontario Health card is eligible to receive funding through the Assistive Devices Program every five years. We can also access funding through Worker's Compensation or Veterans Affairs Canada if you have a claim with either department. Private pay individuals should check extended health benefits for hearing aid coverage as many benefit packages typically pay a portion of the cost.
Please call to arrange an appointment for an assessment and hearing aid discussion to obtain further details.
PVS-Preferred Vision Services
Members of Great-West Life, Manulife Financial, Sun Life Financial and the Chamber of Commerce Plan are eligible to save 10% of the regular price of hearing aids.