The Hearing Place began in 2003 in Great Falls, Montana. Our mission is to offer the latest technology with old fashioned care. Our commitment to the best technology means that we keep abreast of the latest research and bring to you the highest quality hearing aids for your money.
The purchase of a hearing aid is a big decision. We ensure that you will always have our time for service as you wear those hearing aids over many years. It is truly our pleasure to help people hear better!
Featured services include:
Click here to schedule your appointment and get started on the path to hearing better!
"Hearing Connections to Your Health"
We do on-site service in senior centers and senior living communities in some of the small outlying towns. For each event, we take care of existing patients from 10am to Noon, and do testing in the afternoon from 1pm to 4pm. The schedule of Service Centers for 2019 is:
Give us a call if you would like to schedule an appointment at any of these service centers. We'd be glad to hear from you!
To stay informed on the latest studies and articles along with fun facts about hearing healthcare, click on any of the titles below.
BLUETOOTH TECHNOLOGY AND HEARING AIDS
From listening to music to making phone calls, learn about how you can use Bluetooth technology to get the most out of your hearing aids!
10 TIPS FOR BETTER COMMUNICATION DURING THE HOLIDAYS
There are many ways to help guests with hearing loss stay engaged in the conversation. Use the following communication tips to make sure everyone feels comfortable and confident during every family gathering and social function to come this holiday season.
Communication for All: How People of All Ages Benefit from Better Hearing and Communication
Regardless of age, occupation or gender everyone can benefit from clear communication and healthy hearing. Check out this article, crafted to celebrate Better Hearing and Speech Month.
Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids: What You Need to Know
In August 2017, a law was passed that allows FDA-regulated hearing aids to be sold over the counter instead of by a trained hearing healthcare professional.