When people have hearing problems, one of the first things they consider is the possibility that they need a hearing aid. Hearing aids are the most recommended treatment for hearing loss, as they have improved and evolved into very intuitive devices.
Today’s hearing instruments are true marvels of technology. There are many choices in hearing aids and many have advanced capabilities.
Hearing aid brands
When audiologists test for hearing impairment and make a diagnosis, part of the plan for each patient may include the possibility of needing amplification. The audiologist wants to make sure that an instrument is effective and comfortable.
Kalady offers many brands of hearing aids and accessories:
Selecting your hearing aid
When selecting your hearing aids, it’s important to consider multiple factors, including your lifestyle, level of hearing loss and features most important to you. Hearing aids offer a variety of different features, from Bluetooth technology to multiple settings making it easier to switch between different sound environments.
Because there are multiple hearing aid technologies available, we consider numerous factors when recommending devices for each individual, including:
- The degree of hearing loss
- The appropriate level of technology for the individual’s listening needs
- The dexterity of the wearer to use and care for the device
- The look and feel of the hearing aid
Hearing aid connectivity
Hearing aids today have remarkable abilities. They connect with cell phones through Bluetooth technology. They are multi-directional or omni-directional, helping wearers get the exact help they need in many situations. They have built-in noise reduction capabilities as well, making it easier to hear in group settings.
Kalady Audiology wants every hearing aid wearer to experience the freedom of hearing clearly in every possible situation. Let our professionals fit you for the exact device you need.
Styles of Hearing Aids
Hearing aids are available in many different sizes and styles thanks to advancements in digital technology and miniaturization of the internal components. Many of today's hearing aids are considered sleek, compact, and innovative - offering solutions to a wide range of hearing aid wearers.
Hearing Products by Manufacturer
Oticon was founded on a compassion for people — and a deep understanding of the role that hearing plays in living a richer and fuller life. People First is our promise to empower people to communicate freely, interact naturally and participate actively.
Phonak's goal is to improve the quality of life of people with hearing loss. Phonak is the innovative force in hearing acoustics. With our creative solutions, we strive to overcome technological limitations - so that all people are able to hear, understand and fully enjoy life's rich landscapes of sound.
ReSound provides excellent sound by offering innovative hearing solutions that combine original thinking and design with solid technology - all based on deep audiological insight and understanding of hearing aid users.
Signia/Siemens offers a broad range of hearing aids for every lifestyle and all configurations of hearing loss—including completely invisible, waterproof, and rechargeable hearing aids. Signia/Siemens also has a complete line of wireless accessories that connect hearing aids wirelessly to mobile phones, TVs, MP3 players, and other audio devices.
Starkey Hearing Technologies is much more than the hearing aids we produce. We are in the business of connecting people and changing lives. We believe being able to hear the world and the people around us is as essential to the human experience as breathing.
At Widex, we combine years of understanding with a natural curiosity in finding solutions to individual hearing loss. Our uncompromising approach to innovation has led to such advances as the world’s first fully digital in-the-ear hearing aid, as well as our own revolutionary wireless technology.
Hearing Products and Accessories
LACE is an acronym for Listening And Communication Enhancement. Conceived by leading audiologists at the University of California at San Francisco, LACE is an interactive computerized aural rehabilitation program that has already helped thousands of people who live with some degree of hearing loss increase their listening skills by up to 45%.