My 83-year-old ears have seen — and heard — a good deal of the world…from factory noise, too much loud jazz to overseas, close-at-hand gun fire. So, hearing aids became part of my anatomy five years ago.
I just regret I didn’t meet Dr. Ellen Baker earlier.
I say that because the hearing aids I purchased at one of the big box stores turned out to be a dead loss. After spending all that money, I still could hardly understand a conversation 10 feet away…distinguish a D from a G or a P from an F…that is until now.
In the past, my most common complaints were: I’m sorry could you please repeat that… Excuse me, but could you come a little closer… to why is the volume on the TV always so low?
After a lengthy hearing test, Dr. Baker fitted me with Oticon hearing aids…and within moments my world changed (I can even understand conversations with those wearing masks).
With the advantage of a no-risk, 60-day trial period I knew I was on the right track with the Oticon devices.
So…if you would like to start hearing conversations you may never have heard before (like “What in the heck did my grandchild just whisper in my ear?”), you owe it to yourself to make an appointment with Dr. Baker and give an ear to her expertise in suggesting a possible hearing aid for you.
I’m Bob Larson, and I heartily approve this endorsement. 🙂