We carry only the highest quality name brand hearing aids from the major manufacturers in the world. Fortunately, with the advancement of technology, it’s possible to get very good instruments at a very reasonable cost.
We believe Siemens is the current world leader in both quality and technology for most applications. Their list of firsts, including the Aquaris (the first Waterproof hearing aid), the award winning miniTek Bluetooth Remote, and eCharger Rechargeable Battery systems far surpasses other manufacturers.
However, we may recommend another brand if we believe it’s in your best interest. Ultimately, we’ll honor your wishes if you have a preference. We’ll give you everything you need to compare the various brands, models and options, so you’re making a fully informed choice.
Ultimately, you choose the hearing instruments that you see are the best for your hearing needs, lifestyle and budget.
The brands we carry include: Seimens, Phonak, Unitron, Oticon, Starkey, ReSound, Sonic Innovation, Widex. Bernafon, and more.
Etymotic & Westone from $79 to $150.
Siemens SecureEar – Only Digital Hearing device for Hunters that enhances hearing and protects your hearing from gunshots. $595 each or $1095 pair
Only the finest – Etymotic & Westone – from $150 to $600
MP3 / iPod EarBuds for Kids – Protect your children’s hearing. Limited to 85db max. $39.95
Hearing Health is proud to be the voice for bringing this technology to Oregon. We started the Let’s Loop Oregon initiative in partnership with the Hearing Loss Association of Oregon. And, created the www.hearingloopsoregon.com website, a resource for everyone committed to access everywhere for the hearing impaired.
We do not sell these systems ourselves, but we do provide interested parties everything they need, including qualified installers to have a Hearing Loop in their facility.
Hearing Loops are the lowest cost, highest sound quality, listening technology for churches, airports, public buildings, conference rooms, and homes where the hearing impaired can directly connect to sermons, announcements, speeches, music or any sounds they need to hear clearly.
Induction loops are the most simple, yet most effective way for people with hearing aids to get clear sound in difficult listening environments. They are common place in most public buildings in Michigan, Wisconsin, New York, and Europe.
The State of Oregon provides FREE Assistive Phones to both hearing and Sight impaired people. We have all the papers to apply for these free services. We also have many assistive devices for sale.