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Health

Reasons to try a hearing aid for 30 days

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For many people hearing aids are a very necessary part of life. Whether you are looking at buying hearing aids for the first time, upgrading or replacing your current hearing aids, it pays to take your prospective purchase for a spin before committing to a lifelong investment.

A 30-day trial allows you to find out if the hearing aid you’ve chosen will fit your personal needs and lifestyle.

There are several different hearing aid styles for the varying degrees of hearing loss — analog, digital, in-the-ear, behind-the-ear, and more. That’s why it is important to be able to “test drive” a hearing aid before you make a financial commitment.

With the Flex:trial program through Hearing Help Plus+, demonstration hearing aids are programmed with the technology tailored to the patient’s specific hearing needs.

The try-before-you-buy approach is an important risk-free factor in getting those with hearing loss the help they need. Data from hearing industry surveys shows that about half the patients visiting a hearing health professional for the first time end up not making a purchase because they don’t want to invest in hearing aids that may not be right or them, according to The Hearing Review.

The Flex:trial program offers several solutions geared toward the patient’s specific hearing loss that can be easily programmed to different technology levels over and over again within their trial time, reducing barriers associated with wearing and purchasing hearing aids. This no-risk option is especially great for first time users who may need extra assistance getting used to hearing again in the many different listening settings, such as a restaurant, watching TV at home, driving a car or while in church.

There is also a Flex:upgrade program for patients who already have a Flex hearing aid but want to upgrade their technology, allowing them to make their desired changes in their existing hearing aid without purchasing a new one.

Hearing Help Plus+ | 1.800.496.3202 | www.HearingHelpPlus.com

1712 Sycamore Rd, DeKalb, IL 60115