Beltone is a proud in-network provider with University Hospital’s self-funded insurance network offering UH employees hearing aid benefits. Learn more.
Is it worth it to purchase rechargeable hearing aids? Here are top reasons why people prefer rechargeable aids vs. disposable batteries.
Cleaning your hearing aids is important for optimal hearing along with improving the longevity of your hearing aids. Learn how to clean your hearing aids along with some tips to improve their lifespan.
We have been family owned and operated for over 30 years. The ability to improve people’s hearing and quality of life is something that excites us. Learn how we are keeping you safe during these uncertain times.
We are excited to announce that we are reopening our doors starting May 4. Please read more about our safety guidelines and how we are protecting patrons and staff during this time. We look forward to serving you!
Dear clients, As a hearing care professional, I’ve never encountered a situation quite like what we are facing now here in Northeastern Ohio. I am currently writing this blog from home as I haven’t serviced any of my clients in any of my offices since late April. I am writing this blog because although it […]
Choosing the right hearing aids to accommodate dexterity issues is an important decision. The level of one’s dexterity ability can be mild to severe and affect anyone at any age. We want to share a story about a client of ours with dexterity issues. Her name is Josephine. Josephine has been a Beltone client for […]
Which hearing aid is right for you? With many hearing aid options out there, deciding which hearing aid is right for you can seem overwhelming. Hearing loss can be difficult to deal with. Conversations can become difficult. Background noise can make understanding even worse. Subsequently, we can become frustrated or feel isolated from our loved […]
Hearing loss is simply when your ability to hear is reduced. Having a hearing loss makes it more difficult for you to hear speech and other sounds. We are here to inform our readers about the different types of hearing loss, exactly how they differ from one another and what steps can be taken to help restore the hearing you […]
Clients often ask us if it’s okay to sleep with their hearing aids on. Generally, it’s ideal to take your hearing aids off, open the battery doors and place them in a case on your nightstand. Doing this will preserve the charge of the batteries, whereas falling asleep with your aids on can wear the […]