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Quality hearing aid solutions at HearingLife

If you are experiencing difficulty hearing, it could be due to issues with your outer ear, such as a blockage in the ear canal or damage to the ear drum. At HearingLife, we offer a variety of hearing aids that can help improve sound amplification and clarity for those with outer ear problems where no medical treatment is possible.

Background noise can be a major challenge for people with hearing loss. That's why our hearing aids are equipped with advanced noise reduction features that can help filter out unwanted background noise and improve speech recognition. Whether you're in a busy restaurant, on a crowded street, or at a lively event, our hearing aids can help you hear more clearly in challenging environments.

With our 90-day, risk-free trial period, you can experience life with them at home before you commit!

Everyone’s needs are different, and our hearing care professionals are here to help you choose the best fit for you ensuring that your hearing aid is not only equipped with the latest new advances in hearing aids. They'll even adjust it specifically to suit your lifestyle.

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What is a hearing aid?

They are small, high-tech devices that help you hear if you suffer from hearing loss. They intelligently amplify your surrounding sounds (such as conversations, TV shows, or the radio) to help you communicate and participate in everyday situations.

“When paired with comprehensive hearing care, today’s advanced hearing aids are typically small and discreet, while being able to improve auditory experiences and restore meaningful connections,”
Katie Koebel - Audiologist and Senior Manager, Audiology

How does a hearing aid work?
Sound is carried across three different parts:

  1. Microphone - receives sound waves and converts them into electrical signals
  2. Amplifier - increases the strength of the audio signals and sends them on to the ear
  3. Receiver / speaker - converts the amplified electrical audio signals into sound and sends them further into the ear canal
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4 popular types of hearing aids

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The most discreet hearing aid model is invisible-in-the-canal (IIC). It is almost invisible.
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The receiver-in-the-ear (RITE) model is available in various sizes and colours. It is suitable for mild to severe hearing loss.
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Half/full shell
Slightly larger than an in-the-ear, this hearing aid has a longer battery life and is suitable for a more progressed hearing loss.
Half/full shell
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Bluetooth hearing aids
Bluetooth hearing aids allow you to connect to other devices, such as smartphones and TVs.
Bluetooth hearing aids

Hearing aid types comparison table

There’s more than one factor to consider when choosing a hearing device. To make sure you get the one that’s right for you, you’ll need to consider a few things, such as the severity of your hearing loss, ear canal shape, dexterity, lifestyle, your budget and other personal preferences.  The guide below will help you get to grips with the differences between the main types of hearing aids.

  Invisible-in-the- canalInvisible-in-the-canal Completely-in-the-canalCompletely-in-the-canal In-the-canalIn-the-canal Half/Full shell in-the-earHalf/Full shell in-the-ear miniRITE (Receiver-in- the-ear)
miniRITE (Receiver-in-the-ear)
miniRITE R (Receiver-in- the-ear)
miniRITE R (Receiver-in-the-ear)
Behind-the-ear Plus Power
Behind-the-ear Plus/Ultra Power
Most discreet - - -
Bluetooth connectivity  - -
Long battery life - - -
Easy to adjust volume and programs - - -
Exchangeable battery -
Rechargeable battery - - - - - -
Mild to moderate hearing loss -
Severe hearing loss - - -
Profound hearing loss  - - - - - -

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6 benefits of wearing hearing aids

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1. Hear clearly in most situations, and enjoy life more
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2. Be able to participate in every conversation
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3. Avoid stress and discomfort caused by impaired hearing
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4. Avoid having to ask people to repeat themselves
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5. Hear phone conversations effortlessly
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6. Listen to TV at the same volume as other people around you


"When I play softball, it's not only about winning, it's also about communicating with my teammates. The social aspects. And not missing out on anything in my life"


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I would say the most important thing in life is the freedom to be yourself.


Bob is smiling while getting ready to play softball



I have an ambitious mindset.

I want to perform when it comes to sports. I want to perform when it comes to work.


And actually, I want to live my life to the fullest.


Bob holds a softball bat and warms up.


Bob walks towards his teammate and gives him a fist bump



Imagine that ability being taken away from you.


Bob sits on the spectator row and watches the others play while talking with his teammate



I am taking the responsibility to be free.

Free to achieve things in life with no compromise.


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Bob talks with an audiologist in a clinic



When I play softball, it is not only about winning. It is also about communicating with my teammates.

The social aspect and not missing out on anything in my life.



Bob inserts his hearing aids and interacts with his teammates


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Hearing aid brands and models

There are many high-quality, reliable hearing devices on the market. Each brand or model is unique in its own way, and it can be difficult knowing where to start. We’ve brought together the most important information about the brands and models we offer at HearingLife. This way, you can get a quick overview of all your different available options. 

Latest hearing aid technologies and features

Hearing aids have gone through major technological innovations during the past decade marked by new advances in hearing aids. Today's digital hearing devices deliver better sound quality and can make your life easier through intelligent, high-tech features.

Getting Used to Your New Hearing Aids

Getting used to your hearing aids is a unique and personal experience that requires patience and a positive mindset. Here are some friendly tips to guide you through this exciting journey:

  1. Gradual Improvement:
    • Understand that your hearing aid won't restore normal hearing but will enhance it by amplifying soft sounds.
    • Embrace the gradual improvement in your listening skills as you adapt to the sounds around you.
  2. Allow Time for Adjustment:
    • Getting used to your new hearing aid takes time, and that's perfectly normal. Be patient with yourself.
    • The more consistently you use your hearing aid, the quicker you'll adjust to the amplified sounds.
  3. Variety is the Spice of Hearing:
    • Practice using your hearing aid in different environments to familiarize yourself with how amplified sounds may vary.
    • Whether it's a busy street or a quiet room, each setting offers a unique auditory experience.
  4. Support is Key:
    • Seek support from family and friends, whose encouragement can make a significant difference.
    • Consider joining a support group for individuals with hearing loss or those new to hearing aids.  

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Advanced Hearing Technology
The latest designs deliver more sounds to the brain that are clearer, all while improving speech understanding and reducing listening effort.

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Bluetooth connectivity
Bluetooth hearing aids allow you to wirelessly connect to a range of devices. You can hear music, take phone calls, and listen to TV audio, either directly from your device or via a hearing aid app.

Bluetooth hearing aids

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Rechargeable batteries
Rechargeable batteries are good for the environment and your wallet when compared to disposable batteries, which you need to buy and throw away more often.

Rechargeable hearing aids

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Tinnitus support
People with hearing loss can also experience symptoms of tinnitus. Hearing devices can provide tinnitus relief by sending relief sounds to the ears, which help to decrease the annoyance of tinnitus.
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Feedback reduction
Feedback (often experienced as a whistling sound) in modern designs is much less common due to new technology called Feedback reduction which helps to prevent the feedback sound.
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Smartphone applications
Digital hearing devices can be connected to your smartphone and other phone apps, allowing you to manage hearing device settings and receive notifications on your smart device.
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What is the best hearing aid on the market?

Hearing aids are not one-size-fits-all solutions and online reviews can be subjective. We want to help you find the best hearing aid, one that’s tailored to you including considerations for new advances in hearing aids. To do this, we’ll help you carefully consider the following:

  • Your hearing ability
  • Type & technology
  • Comfort
  • Price and quality
  • Your lifestyle and listening situations
  • Your dexterity / vision and other individual needs

By carefully considering these factors and staying informed about new advances in hearing aids, you can confidently choose the perfect hearing aid that suits you best.

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Hearing aid prices and financing options in Canada

The price of a hearing aid can vary depending on where you live and what product you choose, but the price generally ranges from $1,000 to $4,000 per unit depending on the specific style and features included. Because no two ears are the same, hearing aids are prescribed based on your FREE hearing test results and personal needs. Our hearing care professionals would be able to determine the precise cost of the hearing aids that would best suit your needs. They can also provide you with information about various government funding programs for hearing aids that you may be eligible for.

 In general, the more advanced the technology and features, the higher the price. While some individuals may express interest in purchasing cheap hearing aids, it's important to strike a balance between cost-effectiveness and obtaining optimal performance from your hearing aids.

A pair of hearing aids can vary, ranging from $5 to over $20 per day over 2 - 3 years.

Insurance plans and medical coverage can also have an effect on the final price of the hearing aids. The more advanced technology and features a hearing aid offers, the higher the price. Finding the right price point for you is a matter of weighing the costs and advantages of hearing aid features and technologies and then matching these with your needs and budget.

Hearing aid prices 

Finance & payment plans | HearingLife Canada

You don’t need a referral from a doctor to receive a free consultation or to purchase a hearing device at one of our clinics.

We are happy to help you understand the different payment plans and funding options that are available to you.

Hearing aid financing

FAQ about hearing aids

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Bobae Veronica Kim, Clinical Audiologist and International Trainer

Bobae Veronica Kim is an accredited clinical audiologist and international trainer. She holds a researcher position at the medical school of University of Melbourne and an honorary researcher position at the University of Adelaide.

Bobae has a BSc Economics from University of Sheffield, UK. She also has BSc Health Sciences in Pharmacology from University of Adelaide and a MSc in Clinical Audiology from Flinders University.