About

Professionally staffed by individuals that have worked with the hearing impaired for over 30 years.  Brad Lehman, a native of Berne, IN. is the senior technician, and is responsible for the Service Centers throughout northeastern Indiana.  He is also know for extending the lives of hearing aids well past their customary 5 to 10 year life span at the repair lab in the Fort Wayne main office.  A  licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist, utilizing his  continuing education and experience, along with his caring manner of working with individuals and their families,  addressing the needs of the hearing impaired with the use of appropriate hearing aids.

Robert DeNyse, a university trained Audiologist, board certified by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association and a Fellow of the Academy of Audiology, has focused on the use of hearing aids since beginning his career in Audiology at the University of Maryland in 1976.  Following extensive internships at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington D.C.’s Veteran Administration’s Medical Center and private  Otology-Audiology practices, Robert worked in private practice before taking a major role in the professional training for Audiologists and hearing aid dispensers with traditional, programmable and digital hearing instruments.  His experience and training took him throughout the U.S. and Europe working extensively with fellow Audiologists and hearing aid dispensers.  He has lectured in the U.S. and internationally, and has various professional publications.  (And has the pictures on his screen saver.)   After moving to Fort Wayne, he has enjoyed the involvement that comes with working in an active practice with so many wonderful individuals.

Focusing on solutions to dealing with the various degrees of hearing impairment, this office utilizes the resources of an experienced and trained Audiologist to determine viable options for compensating for an individual’s hearing loss.   Following an extensive interview and audiological testing,  the results are reviewed and options explored to address the individual’s personal, family, social, work or specific listening needs, as well as their basic health and wellness.   Cost is no longer a deterrent to obtaining relief from the strains of having a hearing loss.   Individuals often initiate the process, but often it is the family or family physician are the primary referring source.

Hearing aid evaluations are used extensively to provide a trial period to determine the actual appropriate benefit relative to the level of technology needed to address an individual’s actual hearing loss and hearing needs.   Subsequent office visits are determined by the individual and professional staff.   The long term monitoring and support is a reflection of the dedication and training provided by the professional staff.

 

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