“Genuine and sincere THANKS for your time and your consideration today that you gave to both of us regarding the issues centered around our conversation/hearing difficulties here at home.
Without question, you were able to outline how we might somewhat overcome the issue of not communicating easily, TV enjoyments, and when in the presence of others and out in public, etc.
Quite likely, I will in a few weeks make a decision to be re-fitted with some Model of Hearing Aids from your selections there. Without question -- SOUND ADVICE would be my 1st and ONLY consideration, since we have been so very well accommodated and served ALWAYS in the past, and during this particular instance. The knowledge, understanding, and genuine consideration by every Staff Member there is TOP NOTCH and highly considerate in every way. We are always so well received, and given Professional attention at every visit or appointment. And perhaps one of the BEST things for us --- you are LOCAL and that avoids commutes, and cost, and time.
Cordially and THANKS again,”
Robert and Corrine B.
“I cannot begin to tell what a difference the Oticon hearing aids have made in my life. I have worn hearing aids for many years, but as all technology eventually does, they no longer were sufficient for me. When this happened and as my hearing worsened, I began to withdraw from the things I enjoyed most, one being talking. It got to the point for me where I could not take part in any conversation at all, so I just remained quiet all the time. As my friends will tell you, “That is just not you.” One of my favorite past times has been listening to music, but I couldn’t even do that anymore, I listened to a lot of talk radio, especially in the car, as well as anyone near me. My husband kept calling me “Gram.” It also began to affect my work. I interact with patients and to a lot of phone work. I was starting to have my coworkers make phone calls for me. I also found if difficult in direct conversation with patients. During this time I was utilizing a Pocket Talker, but it wasn’t enough.
The staff at Sound Advice called me one day in April 2011 and asked me to come in for a follow up hearing test. I agreed to go and that just started things rolling. By May 25, I had new hearing aids and could hear. It has made such a difference for me. In fact a close friend told someone, “this has changed her so much.” I don’t know what I was afraid of or why it took me so long, but I am extremely happy. If Sound Advice staff had not called me, I would still be saying ‘whaaat.’
I thank them so much for giving me back so much.”
“My new hearing aids have brought about so much improvement in my quality of life. Not only am I hearing better, but I am also able to participate more in what’s going on around me. My experience at Sound Advice has been far more than being fitted with new hearing instruments. Dr. Amanda Marquis, along with being an expert in her field and who knows how to match the right hearing aid with the specific difficulty, is also a very kind and understanding counselor dedicated to improving people’s lives through better hearing. I sincerely recommend Amanda and Sound Advice to anyone who has grown tired of feeling left out of life and needs serious help with their hearing.”
Gail Colls, Peterborough
“I have worn hearing aids for more than ten years and have used two previous hearing aid service companies. My need for an update in a hearing device happened to coincide with the opening of Sound Advice Hearing Centers, Inc. in Plymouth, NH. I decided to give them a try.
From the first appointment, I have been impressed with the services provided in testing, trial use and finally sales and service. I was given 30 days in which to test the instrument, return it and try another with no pressure to purchase.
My second device was the one I purchased and have been pleased with all aspects of my experience with Sound Advice and with the pre- and post-sale treatment of Ms. Cheryl Kenney, a real professional in the field of audiology.
I would recommend the Sound Advice services to any who need, or think they need, a hearing device. That's sound advice.”
Wayne Hamel, retired educator
“I love my new hearing aids!! It's wonderful to hear again the crunch of dry grass as I take my walks, and the patter of my dog as she walks on the kitchen floor. So many new (and old) sounds I can hear again. Thank you so very much.”
AND MANY MORE HAPPY PATIENTS
K.O. – Plymouth
Epoqs - In comparison with my old hearing aids these are closer to real-life. I eat in restaurants a lot and find these substantially better to understand conversations.
J.D. – Plymouth
I feel so much better now that I have a hearing aid. Before I had a very hard time understanding people and the tone and meaning in their voice. Now that I have my new hearing aid I can actually look away from people talking and take notes and still understand and hear them. It feels like I have built-in surround sound, because I can hear everything around me now, it’s kind of neat.
J.F. – Plymouth
In crowds it’s not a mumble but clear. I’m hearing individual voices. No one knows I have them on. I love that. When I teach my quilting class, I hear the comments.
M.C. – Rochester
Dear Dr. Brozena,
I am writing to thank you for the care that I received while being fitted for new hearing aids at your office.
You offered expert advice and spent a great deal of time making sure that I understood every step in the process. I can’t thank you enough for opening up a whole new world of hearing to me.
I feel lucky to have found you and Sound Advice. Good luck in your new office.
Fondly, Marie Chobanian
R.G. – Rochester
Compared to the last ones – I’ve had hearing problem for some time, connected to my job.
These have outdone way more than what they gave me (with the first set, years ago).
This is the ultimate right here – there’s no doubt about it! (dictated to Mary Louise)
D.R. – Kendal
Fear of deafness and worry that hearing aids were too complicated confront the old. The good news is that Cheryl Kenney’s “Sound Advice” can remove both the fear and the worry.
It certainly did for many at the Kendal at Hanover retirement community. A month ago I put on my first hearing aid. The result exceeded my expectations. At dinners, lectures, and discussion groups the voices of others came to me loud and clear. Putting on my hearing aid and changing batteries proved less difficult than I feared.
The hearing aids at “Sound Advice” are of the highest quality, a quality equaled by their instructions.
In my 87 years I have been instructed from reading, working a computer, and innumerable other skills and more equaled that of Cheryl Kenney in clarity, intelligence, carefulness, patience and helpfulness.
“Sound Advice” will end your fears and worries, bring you sound loud and clear and prove their advice is sound.
D.C. – Plymouth
I put off getting my hearing checked for a long time (a year or more). In the Fall of 2010 I went to a health festival at Boulder Point in Plymouth, NH with a friend and had a free hearing test at Sound Advice Hearing Centers. We both failed. I had hoped that it was just wax buildup, but no. It was me that had hearing loss – not that people mumbled or didn’t speak clearly. Once I got the hearing aids, I heard sounds that I didn’t hear before, water actually tinkles. When washing dishes, the water sounds musical! I now can hear the phone ring from the back of the store at work and it sounds different! I also found that I became more relaxed, even in the beginning when I only wore them 2-3 hours a day. After the first week a friend said that she had never seen me so relaxed!
I love my hearing aids. They are very comfortable. The fact that they self-adjust for my needs is great!
The staff at Sound Advice are very attentive and accommodating.
E.J. – Keene
I’m writing to thank you and your staff for the wonderful experience I have had as I’ve re-entered the hearing world.