• 468 Pike Street
  • Marietta, OH 45750
  • Phone: (740) 376-9980
  • Woodsfield Location: 154 S. Main Street, Woodsfield, OH, 43793

Hearing Impaired Devices
in Marietta, OH, and Parkersburg, WV

Industry-Leading Hearing Impaired Devices Improve Connectivity

Pioneer Hearing Aid Center sells industry-leading hearing impaired devices that make the quality of life for our patients in Marietta, OH; Parkersburg, WV; and the surrounding region much better. They improve the user’s connectivity with the rest of the world. Some of our hearing impaired devices including Bluetooth technology, caption cell phones, personal amplifiers, batteries, and other accessories. Hearing impaired devices come in many types, designs, and styles. Some provide a vast array of special features for people with hearing impairments.

Give us a call at (740) 376-9980 to schedule a free evaluation or if you have any questions about our devices.

Our Hearing Impaired Devices Include:

  • Batteries
  • Bluetooth Technology
  • Caption Cell Phones
  • Personal Amplifiers
  • Hearing Loops
  • Infrared Systems
  • Other Accessories

Caption Cell Phones Display Text to Improve Communication

Caption cell phones are wonderful tools that improve communication for the hearing impaired. Closed captioning displays text on the cell phone screen to give the user information for what is going on. Closed captioning provides transcriptions of dialogue and descriptions of audio information.

There are various apps for caption cell phones, and Pioneer Hearing Aid Center can help you pick the right one.

Bluetooth Technology is Wonderful for People with Hearing Impairments

Hearing aids with Bluetooth technology help people with hearing impairments stay connected to phones, tablets, televisions, and other audio devices. Bluetooth, which is a wireless platform, allows for the transfer of data between two or more electronic devices. Bluetooth offers a better sound quality when hearing aids are used with electronic devices. Pioneer Hearing Aid Center can go over your Bluetooth device options.

Contact us if you have questions about hearing impaired devices.