I have been wearing my new hearing aid for about a month and I am amazed at the differences I am experiencing. I have worn hearing aids in the past and wanted to try something new. I have to admit, I did not expect such a drastic difference! Family gatherings and restaurants are so much easier to hear in. Another benefit I wasn’t expecting was that I have more energy; it doesn’t take as much effort to hear and understand as it did before. I encourage anyone who is struggling to hear to at least try hearing instruments; don’t sit back and wait! It can really improve the quality of life, as it has with mine.
— Penny Rose
As the new owner of a pair of Delta hearing aids, I can wholeheartedly say that they are a huge improvement over my old hearing aids. The clarity is remarkable, but the thing I like the most is that they are comfortable. I find that I wear them all the time in contrast to the old ones, which stayed on the shelf a good part of the time. There is no crunching sound when chewing and phone conversations are a breeze. I would recommend them very highly.
— Dr. Stuart H. Wax
I was quite apprehensive about trying new hearing aids since my old ones made me feel stuffed up. When I tried on the new aids I was amazed with the comfort, performance and clarity – no stuffed up feeling. At a party that evening I heard my grandchildren clearly for the first time. Best of all no one noticed I was wearing hearing aids. I have since recommended the Delta hearing aids to many of my friends. Two of them have already switched to Delta and both have thanked me. They should be thanking Hart Hearing Centers instead.
— Joe Rossi
Adjusting to hearing aids requires some dedication to improving your hearing. Hearing aids will add to the quality of your life experiences. Once you accept that you need Hearing aid help and have established the habit of wearing aids, you will see how worthwhile it is. I am proud, but I want to hear what is going on around me. Life is too short to be so proud that I miss important moments. I would much rather hear my granddaughter’s whisper or my doctors’ instructions. My hearing aids are my friends. To go without them is unthinkable. Of coarse there are adjustments, but what new opportunities do not require adjustments. I am no longer nodding and smiling without really understanding what had been said. I am so grateful that I can better enjoy social situations and to hear my granddaughter’s soft voice.
— Barbara Gibson