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Recently we launched a new campaign to help make Hearing Health and Awareness more accessible for every person!

Whether you are new to hearing aids and want to know how they sound, or you currently use hearing aids and would like to know if newer aids could benefit your hearing, an at-home, free hearing aid trial is an easy way to find out.

We realize that for some there may still be a stigma attached to hearing aids. Others may have tried hearing aids in the past and not enjoyed the experience. Still others may be aware that their hearing isn’t what it used to be, but they’re hesitant to try hearing aids because of the cost or upfront commitment.

Hearing Aid technology has recently made dramatic improvements in quality of sound, and in the discreetness of their look and feel. We want to remove as many barriers as possible for people to see for themselves how far new hearing aid technology has come, and experience the benefits first hand.


STEP 1  –  Visit to make an appointment for an initial hearing evaluation by Shanni Philp, Doctor of Audiology.

STEP 2  –  Take home a state of the art hearing aids the same day. You can try different types and price levels with no commitment or deposit required

STEP 3  –  Take your time in your own environment to evaluate if hearing aid technology improves your quality of life and whether or not they are for you.

STEP 4  –  When you’re finished trying the hearing aids simply return them and let us know what you thought of the experience. Pressure free!


People who suffer with hearing loss can feel anxious and isolated in environments where it’s difficult to hear. With recent shutdowns, due to covid 19, social isolation has been at an all time high. As we re-open we want people to feel confident and look forward to reconnecting with friends and family. We want them to experience the sounds of the birds, the laugh of their grandchildren, the waves of the lake.

We want people who could benefit from new hearing aid technology to experience it for themselves. Whether they struggle with tinnitus, have trouble hearing in meetings or social settings, or they want to boost their overall cognitive health and wellness; hearing aids can help dramatically improve their quality of life.

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