Patient Stories

“All About Hearing has made it so simple and helped give us all the tools we need for daily life with a hearing aid.”

My son failed his four-year hearing check twice. We were referred to All About Hearing by ENT.

Dr. Sally was AMAZING, she is incredibly friendly, let me ask any and all questions I had, and she was always so patient.

Hearing aids were completely new to our life. Having a hearing aid is a lot of work, batteries, cases, not getting it wet etc.  All About Hearing has made it so simple and helped give us all the tools we need for daily life with a hearing aid.

I would say to anyone considering visiting – It’s not as bad as you think. They calmed my nerves many times and answered all my questions. Just as anything else that happens in life, you learn to adjust and live life as normal.

– Kristyn, mum to Jackson

“When I finally went to All About Hearing, I was treated so well. Like I had known them for years. I love my hearing aids now. I can actually hear everything.”

I have had a hearing issue for a couple of years and didn’t realize I had a problem until we had to work from home this year and had to video conference for work. I was having issues understanding instructions because I couldn’t hear them. I was frightened that people would judge me if I wore hearing aids.

When I finally went to All About Hearing, I was treated so well. Like I had known them for years. I love my hearing aids now. I can actually hear everything. Especially the video calls. It has really changed everything, especially working from home.

My advice for somebody concerned about their hearing would be to make an appointment and speak with Dr. Sally. I wasn’t forced to make a choice to get hearing aids. I knew I needed them, and also I had the chance to try out a pair that actually changed my life. No way would I go back to not having the help these give-

– O’Dessa Seale-Dixon

My life is so much richer with being able to hear more than my natural ears allow. The aids go in first thing in the morning and are the last thing taken off at night.

My hearing loss journey has spanned over 30 years. Initially, I underwent surgery to replace the stapes bone. The resulting hearing improvement was disappointing, so I pursued getting a hearing aid. As only my left ear was affected, I worked with only one for many years. My biggest concern was what I was missing out on conversations and the world around me. 

Sally took over a practice that I was already going to. She made me feel at ease from the beginning and was only concerned with what my needs were and continue to be. Sally has been very willing to work with all my challenges. A couple of times through the years, the hearing aids I tried did not work for me. I had no problem getting a refund or trying a different technology until we were satisfied with the result. 

My life is so much richer with being able to hear more than my natural ears allow. The aids go in first thing in the morning and are the last thing taken off at night. After I lost complete hearing in my right ear due to an acoustic brain tumor, finding the Bi Cros aid allowed me not to feel quite as deaf, although hearing is still a struggle as nothing beats natural hearing! 

The staff and especially Sally, have always been wonderful to me. I have never been pressured to buy something that I didn’t want or need. After my brain surgery, Sally programmed my existing aid to compensate as best we could for the resulting hearing loss. Then Sally urged me to be patient until she went to an annual convention to find out about the latest and greatest technology for my kind of loss. The wait was worth it. She remains proactive with me about upgrades and options that I need to consider.

– Diane K. Browne