The truth is, if you are hearing impaired – you will benefit from wearing hearing aids, period.
How much you benefit will depend on many factors.

  • How long you waited before you did something about your hearing problems
  • How much hearing you have left (residual hearing)
  • How much your speech discrimination (word recognition ability) has been affected
  • Your overall health: diabetes, stroke, kidney disease
  • How well you adapt to change

Your hearing loss didn’t happen overnight, so it may take a while to get the maximum benefit from your hearing aids. Choosing the right hearing professional is the most important decision a hearing impaired person can make when they’re finally ready to do something about their hearing problem. The correct hearing aid recommendation and fitting is highly dependent on the judgment and skill of the professional selecting the instrument.

The hearing aids we select for you are based on the results of the test, your budget, your lifestyle and a host of other factors.  We promise to explain everything to you, without using a bunch of technical terms that are designed to confuse you further.

In-The-Ear Custom Products


Mild to Moderately Severe
Hearing Loss

Invisible In Canal hearing instruments are a 100% invisible when worn. This instrument sits deep in the ear canal ensuring sound travels quickly and accurately to your eardrum. This 100% invisible hearing aid is designed for daily removal.

  • 100% Invisible when worn
  • Hear clearly in noise
  • Sculpted for your ear canal
  • Highest definition sound quality
  • Designed for daily removal


Mild to Severe
Hearing Loss

Completely in Canal micro-technology allows this type of hearing aid to be worn deep inside the ear canal. CIC’s are so tiny, they are almost invisible when worn.

  • Cosmetically desirable because these hearing aids are tiny in size
  • Programmed to have automatic or push button settings
  • Require good manual dexterity in order to place the hearing aid in the ears

In-The-Canal (ITC) /
Half Shell (HS)

Mild to Severe
Hearing Loss

In The Canal hearing aids are smaller than the ITE style and are also custom made to fit the size and shape of your ear canal.

  • Barely visible in the ear
  • Easy to use with the telephone
  • May not fit well in small ears

Full Shell

Mild to Severe
Hearing Loss

In The Ear hearing aids are custom-made and fit comfortably inside the ear.

  • Easy to insert into the ear because of its larger size
  • Easy-to-operate larger features such as volume control
  • Used to help mild to severe hearing loss.

Behind-The-Ear Products

Behind The Ear hearing technology sits behind the ear, while the amplified sound passes down a tube to a customized earmold which fits in your ear.

  • Typically offers more power than a custom-made hearing aid
  • Robust for active wears
  • Suitable for all degrees of hearing loss
  • Large, easy-to-use hearing aids that are very reliable


Mild to Severe
Hearing Loss

Micro Behind-The-Ear
(Micro BTE)

Mild to Severe
Hearing Loss


Mild to Severe
Hearing Loss

Power Behind-The-Ear
(Power BTE)

Moderately Severe to
Profound Hearing Loss

Assistive Listening Devices

Several types of ALDs are available to improve sound transmission for people with hearing loss. Some are designed for large facilities such as classrooms, theaters, places of worship, and airports. Other types are intended for personal use in small settings and for one-on-one conversations

The terms assistive listening device or assistive listening technology can refer to any device that helps a person with hearing loss to communicate. These terms often refer to devices that help a person to hear and understand what is being said more clearly or to express thoughts more easily. With the development of digital and wireless technologies, more and more devices are becoming available to help people with hearing disorders to communicate more meaningfully and participate more fully in their daily lives.

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If you don't hear it the first time you may never hear it again.

Marion Office

821 N. Western Ave
Marion, IN 46952
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(765) 664-3470

Warren Office

119 N Wayne St
Warren, IN 46792
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(260) 375-4119

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