When a person doesn’t hear as well anymore, it’s usually other people who realize it first. Friends and family members begin to notice that someone is asking them to repeat themselves more often than usual, speaking unusually loudly on the telephone or turning the TV up to where even the neighbors can hear it.Check your Hearing Now
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Compact and sleek, featuring Sonic's latest feedback cancellation technology and more.
Adds built-in telecoil for better hearing in equipped meeting rooms, theaters, and stadiums.
Built-in telecoil plus Lithium-ion rechargeability powers you through a full day, even while streaming.
More power for severe hearing loss, plus automatic feedback cancellation and other great Sonic benefits.
allows patients to stream sound in stereo.
for hands-free landline phone calls.
plays TV audio directly to hearing aids.
adjusts volume, programs and connectivity sources.
controls volume and programs, connects to IFTTT.
The American Brain Council Foundation is sponsoring Cognitone because the average cost of a set of hearing aids is $5,000.00! This is more than most seniors can afford. Only 1 out of 7 people in need of hearing aids actually get them. Because even MILD untreated hearing loss doubles the risk of dementia the American Brain Council Foundation is stepping in to help. Since Medicare and most other insurance companies do not cover hearing aids, this plan allows ALL seniors 55+ in the state of UT access to quality hearing aids. We at The Hearing Department have agreed to cover hearing tests at no cost to you in one of our offices or at your home. We have offices in Draper, Sandy, Sugarhouse, and Farmington. Also, we provide virtual appointments for those outside the Wasatch Front. The American Brain Council is a non-profit organization that provides free information, free memory screenings, and discounts on evidence-based brain optimization and memory improvement products.