Hearing Aid Ratings - Hearing Aid Reviews

Whilst trying to find a hearing aid instrument for our mother, we found a lot of interesting facts that could possibly help others get to know more about the world of hearing loss. Here we will show how we did the hearing aid comparisons and some hearing aid ratings. Join us in the quest of reviewing and comparing the best hearing aids.

Places You Can Go For Cheap Hearing Aids.

Hearing loss can affect a person relationship and emotional well being. Many put up with the hearing loss because they are a costly expense. I've listed below cheap hearing aids and devices that can be found on the web. I've included resources where you can obtain free hearing aids.

Assisted listening devices better know as ALD's are the equipment that you see advertised in TV. They can be used by there self or with a hearing aid. There is a large variety. It works by tuning in making one sound louder than the others. There is hard wired fm stereo and wireless. These are often used for people with minimal to moderate hearing loss. There prices range from $17.00 and up.

During my web search I found several cheap hearing aids. I will mention the top five they are; A...M hear ... glow, Audina EZ ear, Audio D Simplicity, GN Re Sound Advance, Songbird Disposable.

The first two are the A...M hears ... glow, Audina EZ ear. A...M hear ... glow, is a full shell hearing device and is used for minimum hearing loss. It costs around $200. Audina EZ ear is for mild to moderate hearing loss and is priced at $175.

The last two cheap hearing aids I will mention are GN Re Sound Advance and Songbird Disposable. Both are used for mild to moderate hearing loss. GN Re Sound Advance cost around $500. The songbird disposable is the first disposable hearing aid and it costs $40 each, lasting 40 days.

There are resources that will gives away free hearing aids some of them include; Hearing aid manufactures, private foundations, implant center, Shriner's, moose lodge, lions club Sertoma club fraternal order of the eagles, and your doctor.

Children's free hearing aids sources include; Medicare, children's rehab centers, state government, schools, gift of hearing foundation, letthenhear.org, and miracle ear children's foundation.

Hearing aids range anywhere from $200 up to $9,000. The price depends on the style technology, manufacture and hearing loss. The TV advertises ALD's. They are good for people with mild to moderate hearing loss, normally costing around $20. Searching the web you can find a lot of companies who offers cheap hearing aids, and resources that will assist you in obtaining free hearing aids for adults.