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WARNING: Hearing Aids Are About to Get a LOT More EXPENSIVE 😱

WARNING: Hearing Aids Are About to Get a LOT More EXPENSIVE 😱



WARNING: Listening to Aids Are About to Get a LOT Extra EXPENSIVE 😱 Physician Cliff Olson, Audiologist and founding father of Utilized Listening to Options in Phoenix Arizona, explains why Rising inflation of 8.6% goes to maintain growing the price of listening to aids earlier than the tip of 2022.

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  • If they impose a 6.5% increase to the 3% higher price since January, the compound increase amounts to 9.695%. Thanks for correcting my mistake, Todd Osborn.

  • Agreed, same with my Oticon Nera 2. Good thing batteries seem to be abundant on my FB free group.

  • Thinking of going to Lyric hearing aids. I don’t expect my AuD to absorb the increases. She has to eat too pass it on

  • Hearing aides are a necessity. Not a luxury. If it’s considered a “luxury”, then the industry doesn’t care about the needs of those who are impacted by their being hearing loss or being hearing impaired. Money is the culprit for its to be so expensive. Health insurance should be able to cover the costs. If they can cover major surgeries, that pennies compared to paying for surgeries which be up five to six figure. I don’t get it.

  • I'm so thankful that the VA had my back and hooked me up with my Phonaks. I love the Bluetooth feature as well.

  • As if hearing aid makers don’t already have a bad reputation! I guess those of us on fixed income will have to settle for the cheapest models and maybe the cheapest audiologists. ☹️

  • Received my Oticon More 1 from the VA. My audiologist told me if I received it outside of the VA, it would have cost approximately $7,000.

  • Received my Oticon More 1 from the VA. My audiologist told me if I received it outside of the VA, it would have cost approximately $7,000.

  • Unless you have more than moderate hearing loss and have no diseases, or damage as determined by your local doc, then just buy decent ones like Bose and many others that are NOT listed as "amplifiers" and forgo the clinics/audiologists. Make sure they are adjustable with wifi.
    Yes they are headed upward too, but cost many less dollars and many times exceed the average ones purchased through clinics.
    I'm know doc, but do have long term experience at 72 years and just under the "Severe" level of loss. This is my advice.

  • Idi.ts who voted biden should bear the cost, this isn't a worldwide problem, in Australia our inflation has been 3% annual