3. Pinpoint your priorities
Knowing your priorities will help the professional determine what style and technology are best for you. It is important to talk with our audiologists about your needs and expectations, as the features of each device will vary.
4. Think about future needs.
Ask whether the hearing aid you've chosen is capable of increased power so that it will still be useful if your hearing loss gets worse.
5.Plan for the expense.
The cost of hearing aids varies, and some private insurance policies don’t cover them. Devices range from about a thousand dollars to several thousand. The features you want may be an additional fee, so it is important to weigh the expense with your personal benefit before you make your purchase.
Purchasing a hearing aid doesn’t have to be an intimidating process. For additional help, or to schedule your consultation appointment, visit one of our locations in New York, or Scarsdale.