Bluetooth hearing aids help you connect to wireless technology and have many other benefits. At The Hearing Group, we sell the leading brands in the industry, and our hearing specialists are knowledgeable experts dedicated to helping you find the device that’s right for you.
Why Seniors Need Better Hearing Assistance Technology
About 25 percent of seniors ages 65 to 74 and 50 percent of those 75 and older have disabling hearing loss. Traditional hearing aids offer hearing assistance, but as hearing declines, there may be a better option. Bluetooth hearing aids help seniors connect to wireless devices and TVs, as well as programs that filter out background noises and hear low voices better. Our hearing experts can help you fully understand all the benefits of moving to Bluetooth technology.
Other Benefits Of Bluetooth Hearing Aids
Bluetooth technology lets you connect to another hearing aid to communicate wirelessly. You can also connect directly to devices in your car and home, such as a GPS, DVD player, computer, tablet or cell phone. It lets you participate more deeply via these tools and provides the same hearing assistance as traditional hearing aids.
For seniors, there may be an initial learning curve to using apps that can improve their listening experience. Feel free to ask our staff for advice or encouragement on taking the leap to reap the benefits of Bluetooth hearing aids.
Top Brands Of Bluetooth Hearing Aids
The following three brands and models are our top picks for Bluetooth hearing aids for seniors.
- Oticon’s Opn S model makes it easy to connect to your favorite Apple products, including laptops, desktops, cell phones, iPods and iPads.
- The Hearing Group recommends the Phonak Audéo Marvel to connect to your music device, cell phone, or computer for clear, consistent sound. The Phonak Marvel is the only hearing aid able to connect directly to both iPhone and Android cell phones.
- Choose Widex’s Evoke hearing aids to link directly to your iPhone, iPad, iPod and other Apple devices.
Call The Hearing Group in New Jersey at (973) 542-4031 to find out more about how our Bluetooth hearing aids can help seniors stay connected to kids and grandkids online.