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Largest Range of Hearing Aids in Adelaide!

Unlike many of our competitors, our ‘independence’ enables us to access any hearing aid available in todays market. Giving our patients the best choice of hearing devices, at an affordable price, individually tailored to their specific needs. 

We offer expert care from our highly trained specialists who will take time to understand your unique situation and provide a tailored hearing aid solution.

Take advantage of our 30-Day Hearing Aid Trials to ensure you’re 100% happy with you’re Hearing Aids.

Hearing Aid Prices to Suit all Budgets

FREE Hearing Aids for eligible Pension & DVA Card Holders. Private Health Rebates also available.

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Hearing Aid Styles Tailored for You!

Hearing Aids come in a wide range of shapes and sizes.  No matter what your preference there is a style to suit every need. To assist you with your hearing aid selection we have provided information on the different styles of hearing aids below.

At Independent Hearing we know our customers have individual and often specialised needs. With access to one of the largest ranges of hearing aids in Australia and in particular Adelaide, our team of specialists work with our customers to provide a specifically tailored hearing solution. From custom designed in-the-ear and invisible hearing aids to the latest range of discreet Bluetooth and rechargeable hearing aids. we have the solution for you.

Explore our Hearing Aid Range

Independent Hearing has one of the largest ranges of Hearing Aids in Adelaide. We supply the latest technology hearing aids from all major leading manufacturers: Oticon, Widex, Starkey, Phonak, Unitron, ReSound, Bernafon, Sonic, Signia and more. Book your FREE no-obligation appointment at any Indpependent Hearing Aid Clinic in Adelaide with our specialists to find out more.

Hearing Aids Adelaide

Independent Hearing specialises in the tailored fitting of hearing aids in Adelaide. Our team of expert hearing care specialists are clinically trained in the fitting and adjustment of hearing aids for new and existing clients. Looking for your first hearing aid set, an upgrade or an adjustment of your existing hearing aids then we have you covered! Visit our Independent Hearing Aid Adelaide Clinics to find out more.

Why Choose Independent Hearing for Hearing Aids in Adelaide?

Independent Hearing specialises in providing tailored hearing aid solutions. With access to the latest range of high quality hearing aids from all major hearing aid manufacturers, our specialists have the ability to specifically tailor the service to each individual’s needs.

Being an ‘Independent’ hearing aid provider as our name suggests gives us a unique advantage over our larger competitors. Our Independence allows our team to source hearing aids from any manufacturer giving us the largest range of hearing aids Adelaide. This in short gives our customers more ‘choice’ and ensures better access to achieving consistently successful outcomes for our customers.

We offer 30-Day money back guarantees on all purchases, private health rebates, flexible payment plans and are contracted by the Federal Government to provide fully-subsidised hearing aids for eligible Pension and Veteran card holders.

Learn more about Hearing Aids

When you’re looking to buy hearing aids, there are some basics you will need to take consider e.g. what style of hearing aid is best for my hearing loss? and what are the cost of hearing aids?  

When considering hearing aids we are here to help. Book a FREE no-obligation appointment to find out more or ask about our FREE 30-Day hearing aid trials.

Frequently Asked Questions about Hearing Aids

In this section, We will answer the most commonly asked questions about Hearing Aids to help you understand your hearing health and take appropriate actions accordingly.

Yes, hearing aids can be expensive! Although there are many less expensive hearing aids available the Premium level digital hearing aids can often cost thousands of dollars. But Why? The main reason is the cost of Research and Development, with hearing aid manufacturers spending billions of dollars annually in order ensure there devices become smaller, longer lasting, have improved listening in challenging situations (background noise) and have improved natural sound. 

Many hearing providers will also often bundle the cost of aftercare in there hearing aid prices not necessarily advising the consumer of the hidden costs which can increase the overall price. Independent Hearing ensures full transparency with their pricing and gives the consumer the choice on how much they want aftercare added to their overall cost.

There is no one best hearing aid to suit any specific category of person. Your Hearing Care Professional will prescribe a hearing aid tailored to your individual needs taking into account your degrees of hearing loss, lifestyle, listening needs and budget.

For example: Someone who is still socially active and often in acoustically challenging situations and noisy listening environments may require a more advanced level of technology that will assist them when background noise is present.

Hearing aids are often quoted to have a life of approximately 5 years. Although this is the average lifespan with a good cleaning and maintenance regime hearing aids have to the potential to last much longer.

Here are some tips to increase the life of your hearing aid:

  • Keep them clean, ensure any wax and dirt are cleaned from the device each day.
  • Avoid moisture, ensure devices are left to air out or placed in a dehumidifier if they come in contact with moisture.
  • Store them carefully, keep away from children or pets.
  • Turn hearing aid off when not in use.

Independent Hearing is one of the largest Independent Hearing Aid Providers in South Australia. We have a number of clinics located across Adelaide, Port Lincoln, Whyalla and Surrounds and we are your best option when looking for your next Hearing Aid purchase.

As an independent provider of Hearing Aids we have the ability to source any device listed by a Hearing Aid manufacturer available today, enabling us to provide specifically tailored devices best suited to our clients.

If your looking for Hearing Aids then contact our clinic on 8331 1500 today and book your FREE no-obligation appointment.

Looking for hearing aids near me – then look no further than Independent Hearing. With one of the largest ranges of hearing aids in Adelaide and surrounds we have an option that suits your needs and budget.

Book your FREE no-obligation appointment today to find out more!

There are 5 main types of hearing aid batteries with varying levels of longevity which typically relative to their size.

Below are the expected amounts of longevity for each battery size, keep in mind a battery will differ in life from one person to another dependent on the level of hearing loss and time spent streaming via Bluetooth and accessories.

  • Size 10 Battery – estimated to last between 3-7 days (smallest of the battery sizes)
  • Size 13 Battery – estimated to last between 6-14 days
  • Size 312 Battery – estimated to last between 5-10 days
  • Size 675 Battery – estimated to last between 10-22 days
  • Rechargeable 312 Battery – estimated to last between 3-5 years (charging daily)

There are many considerations you need to take into account when choosing a new hearing aid. Your Hearing care professional will assist you with information about the different types of digital hearing aids available to suit your listening needs.

We have listed some of the considerations you and your hearing care professional will need to take into account when selected a device:

Type and Degree of hearing loss:

  • Mild Hearing Loss, Moderate Hearing Loss, Severe Hearing Loss, Profound Hearing Loss
  • Is it a Conductive Hearing Loss or Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Special features:

  • Battery life and type (Disposable or Rechargeable batteries)
  • Wireless phone connectivity (Phone Calls and audio streaming)
  • Style of hearing aid (custom in canal hearing aid, receiver in canal hearing aid, invisible hearing aid)
  • Telecoil (Hearing loop)
  • Accessories (Remote Controls, TV Streamers, Remote Mic’s)

Financial Assistance:

Independent Hearing offers a 30-Day Trial Period on all hearing aids so you can try before you buy.

If you would like to book a free trial then contact our office on 08 8331 1500.

In recent years digital hearing aid technology has shown significant improvement focussing on sound quality and the ability to process sounds especially in noisy situations.

Since the transition from Analog hearing devices to the new digital circuitry devices we see today the gap between artificial hearing and a normal hearing has been significantly closed.

People with hearing loss such as industrial, genetic or the most common form age related hearing loss can rest assured there are hearing devices capable of improving their quality of life in situations such as: noisy environment or at social events.

It’s estimated that over 500 million people currently use hearing aids in today’s world and with the continued advancement of sound quality, technological advancements such as rechargeable batteries and Bluetooth connectivity this number is expected to grow rapidly.

It can take several weeks to fully adjust to new hearing aids. Hearing loss typically deteriorates over a number of years and over time the brains ability to handle sound stimulation is diminished. When sound stimulation is re-introduced to the brain it can take time to acclimatise before reaching maximum benefit.
Independent Hearing offers a 30-Day Trial Period on all hearing aids to ensure you have had enough time to acclimatise before committing to your new hearing aids.

Short answer is Yes. Research suggest that if you auditory system is compromised through hearing loss and it is not receiving adequate stimulation through devices such as a hearing aids then the auditory system will start to deteriorate.

Untreated hearing loss is also associated with an increased risk of cognitive conditions such as dementia, Alzheimer’s etc.

Early intervention is crucial to ensure the health of the auditory system and overall health of the brain.

Book your FREE hearing test today on 8331 1500 

Independent Hearing has one of the largest ranges of hearing aids in Adelaide. Unlike many of our competitors our independence allows us to source any hearing aid in the market allowing more choice for our customers.

Trust an Independent Hearing Aid provider to source the right product for you!

Book your FREE no-obligation appointment today!

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