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Do you hear people speaking, but have difficulty understanding the words?
Do you frequently ask others to repeat themselves?
Do people complain that you have the T.V. volume too loud?
Do you have difficulty hearing in social or noisy environments?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it’s time to book your consultation.
Better hearing not only improves communication for the person who wants to hear, but also for the person who wants to be heard.
Improve memory function by reducing listening effort.
"Hearing aids help keep the brain fit."
Newer hearing aid technology reduces annoying background noise so you can focus on the sounds you want to hear.
Listen to your TV and phone conversations directly through your hearing aids.
If you or someone you care about is experiencing symptoms of hearing loss, we can help. The world will open up again when you hear better.Book your consultation today
Hearing aids come in a variety of price points, and they are non-taxable medical devices.
Some people have benefit coverage to help with the cost of hearing aids or qualify for financial assistance. It's worth investigating.
It is important to fully understand what's included in the cost of your hearing aids, so you can get the most value for your money.
How much you pay for your hearing aids can depend on factors such as noise reduction capabilities, quality of sound, accessories, ease of use, service-plans, and warranty periods.
The choice is truly yours.
I am a Registered Hearing Instrument Practitioner with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC and I am excited to be offering hearing services in my home town.
It makes me feel good to be independently owned and operated. This means that I can give the care I believe my clients deserve. I guarantee no-obligation consultations because I believe coming to terms with hearing loss is a journey and my job is to provide you with knowledge so you can make the decision that is right for you... the choice is truly yours.
I was born and raised in Powell River and have worked in public health for over 20 years. The last 10 of those years have been in the audiology department. Helping people hear better is very satisfying, so embarking on a new career in the field brings a lot of joy into my life.
My passion for helping others combined with my grass roots gives me some insight into healthcare issues that afflict many of us as we age. I believe it is important to address hearing loss if it is preventing you from living well. Untreated hearing loss is often associated with poorer quality of life due to activity limitations and participation restrictions. I want everyone to live well and if hearing better is a goal of yours than I am here to take the journey with you.