Since 1975, Aaron Brody Hearing has made it a priority to help people in the Brooklyn community improve their hearing and lives. Aaron Brody Hearing’s staff of professionals have a combined 35 years of experience in providing the highest quality hearing healthcare to our patients and our community.
Hundreds of satisfied patients have come to trust their hearing care to us. Services include comprehensive audiological evaluations, including bone ear and speech evaluations. Additionally, we offer the latest in hearing aid technology and hearing aid service and repairs. You will receive individualized, customized service during your visit. We take the time needed to make sure you receive the best hearing solution for your hearing loss and lifestyle needs.
Take the first step toward better hearing and call us today to schedule your appointment.
Ask us about our line of Oticon devices that feature the new BrainHearing™ technology.
Also ask us about the Made for iPhone® Starkey Halo 2!
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Do's and Don'ts for Communicating During the Holidays
It's important to make sure that everyone is comfortable and getting what they need in large group settings, and using these tips for communicating with people with hearing loss may help everyone feel more included. If you think it might help, be sure to pass this information along to your family and friends just in time for the next holiday party.
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.
Hearing Loss in the Workplace
60% of those affected by hearing loss are part of the American workforce, learn the steps both employees and employers can take to promote a healthier workplace