THE PURSUIT OF CLINICAL EXCELLENCE
Inspired by personal experience with hearing loss.
YOU HEAR WITH YOUR BRAIN
You don’t hear with your ears, you hear with your brain. That’s why you need hearing aids that are fast enough to keep up with the brain. BrainHearing™ technology in Oticon Opn S scans the environment 100 times per second. This gives you constant access to 360° sounds to support the way your brain naturally makes sense of sound.
Oticon Opn S gives you proven BrainHearing benefits*:
Reduces your listening effort.
Helps you remember more of what is being said.
Gives you better speech understanding.
Improves your ability to follow conversations with multiple speakers.
* Juul Jensen 2019, Oticon Whitepaper
CLOUD-BASED TELEHEALTH AUDIOLOGY
Our Telehealth service allows you to hold a virtual appointment with a hearing care professional, to adjust your hearing aids from the comfort and safety of your home.
Download the Oticon ON App in Google Play or the App Store.
Make sure your hearing aids are connected to your smartphone.
Begin easily controlling your hearing aids!
OTICON ON APP
Easily and discreetly control your Oticon hearing aids with a smartphone app.
Adjust the volume
Check battery life
Download the Oticon ON App.
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Brain-friendly hearing aids with BrainHearing technology.
If you choose Oticon hearing aids, you choose ones that always strive to give your brain access to the full sound scene – to support your brain in working more effectively.
Our hearing aids help to ensure your brain receives the quality sound information it needs to remain healthy.
We call this unique approach BrainHearing, and it is what makes Oticon hearing aids unique.
MANAGE YOUR TINNITUS
It might sound counterintuitive, but an effective method for managing tinnitus involves adding sounds to the sound you already hear.
Millions of people worldwide experience tinnitus, including many with hearing loss. The fact is, just wearing a hearing aid can help relieve tinnitus.
Our highly trained team is happy to help you with any questions you may have.
Jason Kemp is a hearing impaired Doctor of Audiology. He understands how to solve your
problem because he shares your problem. With 25 years of clinical experience, combined
with the insight afforded by his own personal struggle with hearing loss, Jason has developed the essential skills in selecting, prescribing, and programming each client’s hearing solution to meet their individual needs.
Client Care Coordinator
Client Care Coordinator
Unit 1-1250 Waverley Street
Located at the northeast corner of Waverley St and McGillivary Blvd.
Monday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Tuesday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Wednesday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Thursday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Friday: 8:30am - 4:00pm
Closed November 11 for Remembrance Day