Convenience. Quality. Fair Pricing. Exceptional Service. These are the hallmarks under which At Home Hearing Services, LLC was established. We provide clients with high quality hearing aids at unbeatable prices. Our business was founded in 2019 by a severely hearing impaired woman who wanted to make a difference. We pride ourselves on our commitment to these founding principles to this day.
Experience Excellence With At Home Hearing Services
Since 2019, our focus has been to be credentialed with all of the major managed care organizations, including Medicare Advantage plans that have hearing benefits. Our clients feel peace of mind knowing that pricing is transparent and cost effective. With At Home Hearing Services, LLC, all of your needs are met quickly, and efficiently. For patients without hearing aid benefits, often we can work directly with manufacturers to find affordable pricing for you budget and hearing needs.
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About Our Founder
At Home Hearing Services, LLC, was founded by a severely hearing impaired woman who wanted to make a difference. She was frustrated and felt isolated in her world of partial sound. She had become anxious and depressed. She knew that people expected that she should somehow manage to function like “normal” people. Knowing this, she felt like a failure because it was not possible for her to hear like a normal person. Thus, she felt misunderstood, isolated and shamed. She knew she was not, and would never be, “normal.”
She was functionally deaf. In 2019, she founded At Home Hearing Service, LLC, as a way to help other hearing impaired people avoid the pain and isolation that hearing impairment can bring. Most people have the opportunity to hear very well with hearing aids. Still, people with hearing aids need accommodation and too often live in a world of isolation and partial communication.
At Home Hearing Services, provides a convenient, efficient, reliable and affordable solution to your hearing loss. By bringing testing services directly to the patient, we make it convenient for patients to be tested. By becoming credentialed with 3’rd party providers, At Home Hearing Services, LLC, has been able to slash hearing aid prices by by 40% or more.
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High Quality Hearing Aids at Affordable Prices
We offer a complete line of high quality hearing aids that are catered to fit your budget and lifestyle. We offer 8 brands of top of the line hearing aids in all styles and models. At At Home Hearing Services, LLC, we have our clients’ best interests in mind. We pride ourselves in taking the time to answer your questions, and that you receive the support you need every step of the way.
10 Signs of a Hearing Loss
Like any medical condition, the sooner you address your hearing loss the better.
Here are 10 common signs that you may have hearing loss.
You have trouble following a conversation when 2 or more people are talking at the same time. If this sounds like you, may have a hearing loss.
People complain that your TV is too loud. If you consistently need the TV turned up so loud that it’s uncomfortable for others in the room, it’s time to get a hearing test.
You strain to hear people. Straining to hear people takes a lot of energy and can be exhausting and even give you headaches! It’s time to get your ears tested.
You have trouble hearing in noisy environments. Background noise makes it difficult to hear people. This is a common complaint heard by hearing care professionals
You say “What?” a lot. If “what?” is becoming a commonly used word in your vocabulary, it could mean you aren’t getting the sound signals needed to process speech correctly. You may have a hearing loss. Another sign is if you rely heavily on your spouse or a friend to "translate" for you; compensating for your hearing loss.
People don’t seem to speak clearly. If everyone sounds muffled or like they are mumbling, chances are you're suffering from hearing loss. Very often, people who cannot hear high frequencies (the soft sounds such as “t, s, and p”) feel as if they can hear, but NOT understand.
You misunderstand what people say. “You want me to eat a frog?” “No, Fred,” I said, “See the fog.” Misunderstanding people can be embarrassing, and it often stems from the beginnings of high-frequency hearing loss that affect our ability to figure out the sounds of speech. This type of hearing loss is known as sensorineural hearing loss and is often due to getting older and/or exposure to loud noise.
You have trouble hearing children and women. Hearing loss within a specific frequency range is common, and if you are over 50, you’re more likely to experience hearing loss in the high frequencies. Since women and children speak at higher pitches or frequencies, it’s often more difficult to hear what your grandchild or wife is saying to you than when your male friend with the booming, deep voice speaks to you.
You become annoyed and frustrated during conversation. It’s easy to get frustrated and annoyed at those around you when you can't hear what they're saying. Being frustrated is normal and understandable; communication is an essential part of life. If you’re being honest with yourself, you may recognize that you’re not actually annoyed at the people speaking to you, but more with a hearing loss you may, for the first time, be noticing.
You have trouble hearing on the telephone. Inching the volume up louder and louder, may indicate you have a hearing loss.
Hearing vs. Understanding
Have you ever felt like you can hear, but don’t understand?
The number one complaint hearing care professionals get from new patients is, “I hear, but I can’t understand.” If this is you, it may be a hearing loss. Hearing loss involves not only the ears, but also the brain where sound is translated into meaningful words. Symptoms vary, but most people, especially older adults, have mild-to-moderate hearing loss, especially the type that makes it harder to hear high-pitched sounds. In this case, the only symptom may be difficulty with word understanding, especially when their’s background noise. People with a high frequency loss, are able to hear loud sounds, like vowels or noise, almost as clearly as someone with normal hearing. These are the low frequency sounds. But, high-frequency sounds are softer sounds, (like woman’s voices and consonants). If you “hear but don’t understand,” these frequencies (also known as pitch) will need to be much louder before you can hear them. In speech, the vowel sounds (A, E, I, O and U) are low in pitch while consonant sounds like S, F, Th, S,V, K, P, are high in pitch. Think of the keys of a piano; we go from low pitch to high pitch.
Being able to hear low pitch sounds tells your brain that speech is present, but it’s the consonant sounds that give speech meaning. These sounds help you distinguish one word from another. Without being able to hear the differences between consonants, words like “cat” and “hat,” “show” and “throw,”are hard to differentiate when you have a high frequency hearing loss. This is why people “hear, but not understand” what is being said. When there’s background noise, or several people are talking at once, it is nearly impossible to follow the conversation. People with an untreated hearing loss may begin to avoid certain social situations or public places they once enjoyed, because interacting with others is too difficult. It can be painful to lose special times with people that are important to you. Initially, you may think that others didn’t enunciate, or that the place itself had gotten noisier than it used to be. Yet, it could’ve been a hearing loss waiting for you to acknowledge it.
It’s important to recognize that family members, friends and work colleagues, can get frustrated and feel you that aren’t listening to them when they speak to you. Your spouse may accuse you of having “selective hearing.” Sometimes, you may answer questions inappropriately or miss the punch lines of jokes. Other times, because you are having trouble hearing, you may “smile and nod” when someone speaks to give the impression you are listening when in fact, you do not understand what was just said. Untreated hearing loss can hurt and even destroy relationships with friends, family, spouses and children. Untreated hearing loss can have a negative effect on your career and your daily life without you even knowing that it is happening! Get tested today!
Why Do People Wait to Get Their Hearing Tested?
Hearing Loss Occurs Slowly Over Time
1) Hearing loss can naturally happen over time and isn’t always noticeable. In today’s world there are so many sounds around us it makes it hard to focus. Hearing loss is not like turning down the sound on TV. Most of us will lose hearing in the high frequencies first while maintaining good hearing in their bass. This is why you will hear many with a hearing loss complain that they hear as loud as they use to but no longer can understand what is being said to them.
2) It is easy to dismiss a potential problem if you’re not ready to face the possibility of it. On average, it can take up to 7 years before someone will do something about their hearing upon initial diagnosis. Imagine all the sounds that are lost within a 7 year period! Don’t miss out on your life out of fear! Not wanting to know the results of your hearing test outcome because they may require you to make changes in your world, is like NOT getting new tires on your car when the threads have gone bare. Just like you want to avoid a blowout on the road, you want to avoid losing the ability to stay connected to the sounds and voices of those you love.
3) Hearing loss is more noticeable to friends and family first. The person with a hearing loss doesn’t realize they are even missing anything. They can’t hear people calling out to them so when they finally do hear, it’s the first time. To them, they don’t understand why everyone is so impatient. It is here where those relationships can start to feel strain. The hearing impaired person gets tired of the attitude and “nagging” the friends and family get tired of repeating themselves. If a solution isn’t diagnosed soon, those relationships will eventually give up on each other and isolation will occur. This is what we want to stop on a daily basis, people don’t have to live like that.
If you or a loved one can identify with anything outlined above, know that you don’t have to go through this alone, and you don’t have to watch a family member go through this on their own. Look for a reputable practice that will work with you to diagnose your specific needs. Take that next step now. Don’t miss out on another precious moment of sound.
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Services We Offer
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At At Home Hearing Services, LLC, we offer an array of services that are vcatered to suit your needs. We care about our clients and go above and beyond to make sure their experience with us is beyond expectation. No matter how large or small your request — we’re here to make it happen and at prices you can’t compare. Contact us today and see what we can do for you.
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With our Hearing Test’s mobile services, clients can feel comfortable and safe being tested in the convenience of their own home. All of our in-home hearing tests are complimentary. You are not obligated or pressured to purchase Hearing Aids. If your state licensed professional believes that hearing aids would be helpful for you, Hearing Aids may be recommended. Should you want to try a pair of demo aids for a week or two, given availability, we are happy to let you do so.
At Home Hearing Services, LLC, believes that your satisfaction is our primary concern — and we go above and beyond to provide personalized attention to all your hearing needs. Get in touch with us and see what we can do for you today.
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At Home Hearing Services, LLC believes that hearing loss becomes a part of ourselves that is attires a place of pain, a place of determination, and always a place to learn more;...more about how we present ourselves in the world, how we hide or don’t hide, and ultimately how we learn to embrace our tears, our laughter, and our desire to hear more.
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