American Hearing began its journey in 1971 as a hearing aid repair business. Eventually extending to manufacturing and wholesale to many major manufacturers.
One thing was clear to us at American Hearing its always been about the first hand experience we have had in helping so many people through out the years. We have maintained a deep commitment in creating a personalized hearing experience for each and every individual we have had the privilege of servicing.
Every individual is unique and we are proud to say that we have helped those people articulate their needs and led so many to the world of better hearing.
The challenge and frustration is real for many people. Not knowing what to do or what options are even available seem to be the leading cause in peoples inaction.
The truth is that people struggling with hearing loss are normally the last ones to identify with the loss because it happens so gradually frequently in the aging population.
It is a fact that if you don’t use it you will loose it. There are many deeper levels to our neurological system that have still yet to be fully understood.
Seniors with hearing loss are significantly more likely to develop dementia over time than those who retain their hearing, a study by Johns Hopkins and National Institute on Aging researchers suggests. The findings, the researchers say, could lead to new ways to combat dementia, a condition that affects millions of people worldwide and carries heavy societal burdens.
The best part is that there are real options that can truly change peoples lives.
The first step to the journey of better hearing is to take advantage of our free hearing test.
You and your family will be glad that you did.