All Ears Hearing Aid Service Inc. has been helping people improve their quality of life through better hearing since 1985. We provide the ultimate service for our patients.
We have two very convenient offices in Central Connecticut, with easy, handicapped accessible parking. We also provide our free home concierge service to our patients. We find, most patients like to come to our bright cheery office, but absolutely appreciate the home service if their situation changes and they cannot easily visit. We can also provide service to patients in a nursing facility or hospital.
All Ears Hearing Aid Service Inc. has been helping people in the community for over 35 years. There are so many stories of success that we can share. One of our first was when fitting a middle aged gentleman with his first pair of hearing aids about 35 years ago. Things were going so very well with his fitting, when he began to cry... tears of joy! He had become just so emotional at the fact that he could now hear! Being young and inexperienced at that time, we weren't quite exactly sure how to react. Now, we just hold their hand and cry tears of joy with them. It is so rewarding. We have also helped many who had been told they could not be helped and it doesn't hurt to try.
All Ears Hearing Aid Service Inc. is very committed to our local communities. We provide free hearing screenings and educational seminars for many civic groups and senior centers throughout the state. We can provide many different programs ranging from a hearing screening clinic to PowerPoint presentations for your club or group. We have worked with AARP, the Kiwanis Club, The Y's Men's Club in Meriden and numerous Senior Citizen Centers throughout the state. Call our office to arrange a program for your group.
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