It all started with the loss of family doctors. Walk-In clinics and TeleHealth clinics appeared to fill the void. Now, these "substitute" clinics are revealing their inability or unwillingness to provide key medical services for un-rostered patients. This is a disgrace. Something needs to change.
UBHearing sells hearing aids from $398/pair. That's $199 per hearing aid.
Many people have seen UBHearing advertising hearing aids from $199. Knowing that our competitor's average price for hearing aids is around $4000/pair, it's not surprising that some think our $199 hearing aid advertising must be too good to be true.
Skeptics, this article is for you!
The purpose of this article is to discuss unique aspects of the most common form of hearing loss - age-related hearing loss. We will discuss how basic hearing aids can be the best value investment for this type of hearing loss. As well, we touch on traditional limitations all clients and practitioners face when treating age-related loss, as well as how new hearing aid technology and clinical best practices can be used to achieve more effective results.
You'll also have the opportunity to sample some audio recordings of actual hearing aids, recorded in our clinic (using the world's more beautiful keymar, I might add) in both quiet and in noisy settings. This helps to make ideas discussed below more real, demonstrating how hearing aids will sound when faced with your real world environments.
Aside from the challenges of hearing speech through a face mask, hearing aid wearers are also prey to easily losing hearing aids when removing their own face mask. Particularly with behind-the-ear styles. UBHearing is keen to share tips and strategies to help you avoid losing your hearing aid when wearing a mask.
We have always maintained that we are doing something pretty special at UBHearing by improving both hearing aid outcomes and lowering prices. One of the ways we know we’re onto something, is that we have been receiving a growing number of referrals from area doctors throughout the Quinte Region.
It's a term bandied about as a joke, used to describe the seeming inability of others to hear us speaking. Often, these "others" are our nearest and dearest. Children. Partners. Students.
We refer to it as "Selective" hearing because it does, indeed, seem to be sporadic. Sometimes they hear us. Sometimes they don't. If we ask our teenager to take out the garbage, they don't hear us. If we ask them whether to buy dill pickle chips or sour cream and onion, they are quick to reply, "Both!". Interesting phenomenon, eh?
At UBHearing, we’re thrilled to report that business is shaping up to be an unrivaled success.
Aside from great sales figures, the lowest prices in Ontario, and high satisfaction rate, we haven’t had to sacrifice our ninety-minute Advanced Hearing Tests, which enable us to program your hearing aids better than you’ve ever experienced them before. What makes UBHearing different from all other hearing aid providers? What's the secret to our success?