Charlotte agency offers low-cost hearing aids for low-income clients
The National Hearing Test is a not-for-profit project available to anyone by phone.
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#1 May 5, 2014
My mother is in a nursing home and is on Medicare . I bought hearing aids appropriately four years ago. I keep taking her back for testing and adjustments but she still can't hear, She now is able to get Medicare. I really need someone to check her hearing something is bad wrong when you devote so much money and effort to correct the problem but nothing works!!!!!!! Please reply. Sincerely Gail Thom
#3 Aug 20, 2014
I love it when companies are offering important items to those who need it but can't quite afford it. There are many people out there who need hearing aids but don't make enough money to have them. It especially makes me sad to see elderly citizens and children going without hearing aids when they are in need.
Jessie | http://www.sheridanhearing.com/en/services.ht...
#4 Sep 3, 2014
Gail, what brand of hearing aids did you get for your mother? I believe there are some audologist that accept medicare but not sure. You may want to check with a reputable one.
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