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Latest Hearing Aid Technologies

When it comes to communication, strategizing new ways to shorten the distance is a life-long pursuit. Now more than ever before, we’re dedicated to keeping you connected to the wonderful world of sound.

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At Billings Clinic, we are here for you through crisis, recovery and eventually normal, daily life to help you HEAR. Below are the hearing aid technologies we work with and how they can improve your quality of life.

Oticon

Combines breakthrough technologies proven to enable people with hearing loss to experience less listening effort, remember more and enjoy better speech understanding. It manages multiple speech and noise sources, even in complex listening situations.

Learn more and receive support for your Oticon technology here

Phonak

Featuring cutting-edge technology, the Phonak allows you to connect directly to smart phones, TV and more. Designed to effortlessly connect to Android and iPhone and a variety of everyday electronics. Enjoy TV, music, e-books, podcasts and more.

Learn more and receive support for your Phonak technology here

Signia

Signia believes that hearing technology isn't just about correcting a loss, it's about gaining an edge. Not just hearing again, but hearing better than ever. Signia is working to shape the hearing aid category through iconic innovations that enhanced performance.

Learn more and receive support for your Signia technology here

Starkey

There is a variety of hearing aid styles and types that provide life-changing benefits and improve health and wellness.  Starkey devices are intelligent and amplify the sound sounds you want while diminishing the sounds you don't. Starkey hearing aids combine superior design with quality, so you never have to worry about hearing the best moments in life.

Learn more and receive support for your Starkey technology here

ReSound

This hearing aid has rechargeable options and has direct streaming to Apple products (iPhone®, iPad® or iPod Touch®)

Learn more about ReSound and receive technology support here

Widex

Widex believes your hearing aid devices should meet your unique hearing needs. You can work with our Billings Clinic team to find the best Widex device that meets your hearing needs, look and lifestyle.

Learn more and receive support for your Widex technology here

Hearing aid options and accessibility

Wireless Hearing Aids

Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids offer convenience and improved functionality. By streaming signals from other electronic devices directly to your hearing aids, you can stay connected more easily.

You can stream the audio signals to either one or both hearing aids, helpful in situations where you need to be able to hear other sounds, such as when you are talking on the phone. You can use your hearing aids as wireless earbuds when listening to music or watching television. Most hearing aids allow you to adjust the volume and built-in programs easily. You can also switch between electronic devices with just a push of a button.

TV Listening Devices

With everyone spending more time at home these days, many of us are finding ourselves watching more TV, both for entertainment and to keep current on the latest news. If you're struggling to hear your TV, the Phonak TV Connector may be the right solution! This device makes it possible for you to enjoy stereo-streamed sound quality from any TV or stereo system. These devices are available for nearly all hearing devices.

Remote Programming

Some of today's new hearing devices allow for remote programming adjustments. Depending on your hearing aid model, we can perform adjustments to frequency, loudness, and other settings during a telemedicine visit.

CaptionCall

CaptionCall is a federally funded ADA program designed to help individuals with hearing loss communicate better. The phone acts a lot like a captioned television! You can hear and read what the other person is saying. CaptionCall phone displays big, easy-to-read text that automatically scrolls in real-time during your conversation. It dials, rings and works just like a regular phone!

To qualify for CaptionCall, you'll need the following:

  • Certification of hearing loss
  • Standard home phone line
  • Internet connection

**ASK IF YOU QUALIFY FOR A NO-COST CAPTIONCALL PHONE TODAY!

Contact us at 406-238-2440 to find out if your hearing aid model supports these features or to learn more about improving your communication.

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