Hearing Aid Manufacturers
Hearing Aid Manufacturers
Unlike the competition, Evergreen Audiology works with all of the leading hearing aid manufacturers to ensure our clients have the widest selection of devices to choose from. These manufacturers include Starkey, ReSound, Oticon, Signia, Phonak, and Widex.
Manufacturers We Work With
Starkey was founded in 1967 by William F. Austin, with the conviction that “Alone we can’t do much. Together, we can change the world.” This motto has informed the company ever since. They believe that being able to hear is as important to the human experience as breathing and aim to make peoples live richer by helping individuals fulfil their potential in life.
Based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Starkey has offices in over 18 countries worldwide and is leading the world in creating advanced hearing solutions. The company is also committed to its charity work, being a proud supporter of the Starkey Hearing Foundation. The foundation has provided over 1 million hearing care services to people around the world.
As part of GN Store Nord and based in Ballerup, Denmark, ReSound is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of hearing aids. Currently represented in more than 80 different countries globally, the company was formed in 1943 and has been instrumental in the hearing aid industry ever since.
With a reputation for sound quality and excellent design, ReSound pioneered 2.4Ghz technology in hearing aids and also provided the world with one of the first Made for Apple® hearing aids that included stereo audio streaming.
Strongly focused in research & development, ReSound is an industry leader in audiology and hearing solutions.
In operation since 1904, Oticon is a global company that was one of the first to start the hearing aid industry more than a hundred years ago. Today they are one of the largest players in the industry, leading hearing aid science and technology. The company’s motto, ‘People first’, drives them to leave no stone unturned in their research, technology and design standards.
All of this is geared towards using state-of-the-art technology to deliver the most natural sound possible, empowering hard of hearing individuals to make the most of their relationships and improving their quality of life.
Signia is part of the Sivantos Group, which develops and manufactures one out of every four hearing aids currently used around the world. Signia is devoted to innovating the hearing technology. Maintaining a diverse portfolio of accessories, fitting software and diagnostic workflow solutions, Signia’s hearing aids have made a strong contribution to quality and innovation in hearing technology. As part of a group which includes Siemens, Signia leverages more than a hundred years of hearing tradition to create solutions to help improve the lives of people with hearing loss around the world.
Supplying hearing loss solutions for over 70 years, Phonak’s mission is to help people live their life to the fullest without being burdened by hearing loss. As part of the Swiss-based Sonova Group, people from 100 countries around the world currently benefit from their hearing products.
Phonak believes in helping people with hearing loss live better social and emotional lives. They do this through the use of cutting-edge technology such as AutoSense OS, continual research and innovation, and never stopping in their quest for quality, accuracy and reliability.
Unitron is a globally aware company which prides itself on building strong relationships with healthcare professionals, and frequent collaborations with research institutions in the US and Canada. Established in 1964 and part of the Sonova group, the Canadian hearing aid manufacturer has a presence in over 70 countries across the globe. Based in Canada’s ‘Silicon Valley’ of the Kitchener-Waterloo region in Ontario, Canada, the company is justly proud of its products which combine natural sound with unparalleled speech understanding.
As one of the world’s largest hearing aid manufacturers, Widex has a reputation as one of the most innovative hearing aid manufacturers in the industry. They have pioneered a series of firsts in the industry, including the world’s first digital in-the-ear hearing aid. Formed in 1956, the company is represented in 100 countries and employs more than 4,000 people.
They pride themselves on providing unsurpassed quality in their hearing aids and customer service. Their hearing aids are renowned for fusing technology with beautiful design and maximum functionality. Their latest hearing aids use machine learning technology to deliver a hearing experience that no other hearing aid on the market can match.
Hearing Aid Overview
When selecting your new hearing aids, there are so many things to consider that you might begin to feel overwhelmed. Fortunately, Evergreen Audiology is here to guide you through the decision-making journey from start to finish. We are committed to helping you find the hearing technology that is sure to bring the greatest benefit to your life, and there are several key factors that we will take into account in this process:
What is your level of hearing loss?
Your hearing test will give us useful insight into whether your loss is mild, moderate, severe or profound, and this will help us determine the best course of treatment.
What are your aesthetic preferences?
Are you comfortable with a hearing aid that is somewhat visible in the ear, or do you want something completely discreet? Keeping your comfort and personal tastes in mind, we will help you select the style that makes you feel your best.
What is your hearing lifestyle?
The type of activities that you take part in on a daily basis are an important consideration in choosing your hearing aids. We will ask you questions to find out if your hearing lifestyle is:
- Quiet [adult conversations, small gatherings, driving, quiet restaurants, religious services, a home telephone, etc.]
- Active [shopping, group meetings, the theater, conversations with children, exercising, a cell phone, etc.]
- Dynamic [busy restaurants, frequent social gatherings, entertainment venues, travel, group presentations, etc.]
What is your budget?
Last but not least, we’ll work with you to find hearing aids that fit within your budgetary requirements.