Until the end of November, we are offering people the opportunity to try hearing aids in their own environments with no obligation. We are doing this because a new hearing aid was released from Oticon called Intiga. There are three different models and prices ranging from $1995 - $3400 each.
The Intiga was released in Canada October 1st and so far people have loved the small size and incredible sound quality. It is the smallest Behind the ear aid in the marketplace.
We had an advertisement in the Times Colonist about the promotion where it looked as though the hearing aid was busting through a brick wall. One of my clients wrote me this email and has given me permission to post it on the blog:
Just wanted to drop you a note and say that your Ad in today's paper, is RIGHT ON!
I was sitting at breakfast reading the paper. Ivan was sitting on my right talking to me and I could hear him, but I could not understand his words unless I was looking at him. (I did not have my hearing aid in) I was sitting there thinking how easy it is to pretend to hear or to pull away from people, when I looked down and saw your Ad. People without a hearing loss may not relate to it, but if you have a hearing loss the Ad really gets your attention. I have been taking Speech Reading Classes to refresh my skills, as I have noticed myself avoiding being around groups of people, as it is to hard to follow conversations. It is easier to have dinner parties at my home with a large group as then I can also excuse myself and go to the kitchen rather than continually say, "I am sorry I did not hear that". So, good job on the Ad.
I hope all is well with you, your businesses and your family.
Here is a picture of one of the Intiga hearing aid:
To take advantage of this limited opportunity to try Intiga, email me and I'd be happy to organize an appointment for a fitting.