Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can occur at any age and for a variety of reasons. A better awareness and understanding of how the sounds around you affect your hearing can help you prevent hearing loss and maintain healthy ear function.

To get an idea of the decibel levels of commonly occurring sounds around you check out our interactive Loudness Scale

Assistive Listening Devices

An Assistive Listening Device (ALD) is any device that can help you function better in your day-to-day communication situations.

An ALD can be used with or without hearing aids to overcome the negative effects of distance, background noise or poor room acoustics. So even though you have a hearing aid, ALDs can offer greater ease of hearing (and therefore reduced stress and fatigue) in many day-to-day communication situations.

It’s a simple formula: Hearing aids + ALDs = Better listening and better communication

Assistive Listening Device Examples:

  • T.V. Amplifiers
  • Alarm Clock Awakening Devices
  • Alerting Systems
  • Amplified Telephone – Corded a nd cordless
  • F.M Systems
  • Fire and Doorbell Signaling Devices
  • Personal Amplifiers
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Telephone Accessories
  • Telephone Amplifiers
  • Tinnitus Maskers and Accessories
  • Accessories for Amplifiers
  • Bluetooth

Call 801-328-2522 to set up an appointment with our audiologists to help determine if an Assistive Listening Device is right for you.

Complete Selection of Hearing Aids

If you’ve determined that you are in need of a hearing aid, check out our Guide to Buying a Hearing Aid

We offer the latest styles and hearing aid technologies to provide you with choices that match your needs and lifestyle. See the latest hearing aids

Comprehensive Hearing Tests

We offer fast, convenient tests to determine if you are experiencing hearing loss.

Discount Hearing Aids

All Ear, Nose & Throat Center patients can purchase hearing aids at a discount.
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