Susan is very patient and will work with you as long as it takes to get the right fit, the right sound, the right hearing aid. Oticon is the brand that worked the best for me. My sister got the same brand and they were great from the get-go. Never even needed a lot of adjustment for sound.
Susan doesn’t chase after people to sell hearing aids. She is a hearing specialist. Her success is her pleasant personality, her patience, her persistence to find the right fit in all ways for her client and clients seek her not the other way around.
I recently had Susan convert my Oticon Opn hearing devices to rechargeable batteries. WOW! What a great idea! Even though I love my hearing aids(devices according to Susan), I have to admit a couple of things about them are annoying. One of the worst things that you soon learn with zinc/air batteries is that they were made by Murphy. You know…Murphy’s law guy! He makes them so that when they run out, you are always in the middle of something important! A meeting, driving, phone conversations, or at the movies are all the places that you end up trying to change out hearing device batteries. Not so with rechargeable batteries that you charge every night. What a difference it makes knowing you are going to make it through the day without having to stop and sometimes show everyone you wear hearing aids. Not that I am vain about it, but sometimes it is nice to be discreet! I really love having state of the art technology to help me get through the day. My hearing devices are the last thing I would give up if it came down to it. My car, smartphone, and computers would all go before my hearing! Edmund Robison, DDS
Hearing is one of our most vital senses. Whether we consciously realize it or not, it allows us to connect with our friends, colleagues and family, it alerts us to dangers, and it delights us with the sounds of music, raindrops, and singing birds.
Our sense of hearing does all of this naturally through a sophisticated process we never even really think about unless we begin to notice that words in conversation aren’t as clear, or the sound of the raindrops is so faint we barely notice it.
“Huh?” becomes a regularly repeated word, and when you’re tired of repeating it, you may simply just nod and smile, not really knowing at all what was said.