More than 15 years ago, Ken and Nora Stewart decided to follow the song that had been playing in their hearts for many years. Just as they dreamed on only their second date, the two high school sweethearts decided to open their own audiology practice with a mission of always putting people first.
As with any small business starting out, they knew the odds were against them, that they may struggle. However, they were inspired and fortified by the fact that… Faith can move mountains!”
Taking that leap of faith, pushing that mountain inch by inch, they moved from their native Ohio to Fort Wayne to open HearCare Audiology. Today that mountain is but a molehill, and a firmly established HearCare Audiology has become an integral part of the Fort Wayne community.
Every day Ken and Nora are able to give The Gift of Hearing, either at their main office in Fort Wayne or at one of their five satellite locations. Ken and Nora, along with their staff of the area’s leading professionals not only remember but live their mission statement of,
“Adding Value to People by Engineering Meaningful Connections!”
With these words always in mind, Ken and Nora continue to serve their community, provide value far beyond any monetary investment for their patients, and start each day ready and open to whatever path is laid before them.
When you call HearCare Audiology you will hear, “It’s a great day at HearCare, how may we help you?”
Rest assured that regardless of what’s happening with the weather, or in the world around us, it truly is a great day at HearCare Audiology!
Hearing devices are the number one treatment option for people suffering from hearing loss. There are so many different options and technologies available in today’s market, so it can be very confusing to decide which one is RIGHT for you.
One size does not fit all, so be cautious when researching a provider so that you can find one that is willing to consult and work WITH you so that YOU can make the best decision for yourself.
MEDICAL TREATMENT OPTIONS
There are numerous medical treatments that can help if the hearing loss is conductive or mixed in nature. There are some surgeries available for certain medical conditions within the ear that may be attributing to hearing loss. Some hearing losses should have a medical clearance prior to fitting them which is why having a qualified, licensed Audiologist on site at your hearing provider is so important. Their schooling teaches them what to look for and therefore should always refer to a medical doctor or ENT in those circumstances. And of course, sometimes when a hearing loss is too severe to treat with hearing aids, a cochlear implant may be a good option.
There are numerous over the counter devices sold to help a person who is experiencing problems stemming from hearing loss.