An ever-increasing number of baby boomers are now taking care of parents. Our site is designed to help them with every step of this process, from procuring a professional opinion to selecting the right hearing aid.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 13, 2010
AidRight audiology professionals see it as their duty to make hearing loss easier on both patient and caregiver. Through extensive informational portals and a trusted provider network, their newly relaunched website of http://www.AidRight.com serves as an eye-opening resource for those experiencing hearing difficulties and gives caregivers advice they need in order to move forward.
“An ever-increasing number of baby boomers are now taking care of parents,” says Dr. Kelly Calkins, Au.D., director of AidRight provider relations. “Our site is designed to help them with every step of this process, from procuring a professional opinion to selecting the right hearing aid.”
The process often begins when a site visitor downloads the free AidRight Hearing Information Guide, which shares valuable information regarding hearing loss as well as hearing aid purchasing tips. Caregivers search the site to discover hearing aid comparison guides, expert forums and more.
When the viewer is ready to take the next step, they contact AidRight at 1-877-777-1710 to speak with a hearing aid expert, who then locates a hearing aid consultant near the patient’s home. The entire process is designed toward one aim: To make sure those experiencing hearing difficulties receive the assistance they need.
AidRight’s network of hearing aid health care providers includes highly trained doctors and audiologists. Through the organization’s research, patients are able to save money on hearing aids from such companies as Siemens, Unitron, Oticon, GN ReSound, MicroTech, Rexton, Starkey, Widex, Sonic Innovations and Phonak. Currently debuting hearing aids include the Starkey S Series, Phonak Audeo YES, Siemens pure 700, Sonic Innovations Touch and Widex Mind 440.
“When hearing loss strikes, the entire familial unit suffers,” Calkins says. “It’s our goal to help as much as we can.”
A family-owned and operated company, AidRight offers its website as a source of hearing aid advice and information. It is owned and operated by audiology professionals who consistently update the site with the latest technological advancements regarding hearing correction.