Ledbetter Audiology is a hearing healthcare practice dedicated to helping our patients hear better, reconnect with loved ones, and achieve a better quality of life. Whether hearing aids are your answer or you require a different solution, we are here for you every step of the way.
We take a patient-centric approach to audiology. Our job is to listen to what you need first, and then rely on our vast training and expertise to help you find your solution. We work closely with you and your family members, and help you better understand your unique hearing situation and treatment options. We are here to guide you and educate you on what you can expect, but ultimately, any decision about your hearing healthcare is yours to make.
You should never have to feel alone when you are living with hearing loss. At Ledbetter Audiology, we partner with you to answer your questions and help you find your solution. Remember that hearing loss doesn't just affect you. It also affects the people who love you, and they can become part of your support team as well. We always recommend bringing a friend or family member with you to your appointments for a few different reasons.
All hearing aids purchased through the office have a minimum 2 year loss and damage coverage warranty. These can be extended as needed. Batteries are covered as well.
We are also one of the only providers on all of Long Island—and exclusive to Bellmore specifically—of EarQ hearing aids. With only EarQ devices, we can extend the coverage all the way up to a full four years, utilizing their Secure Warranty. As EarQ members we also provide hearing services for local businesses through the EarQ Family Hearing Plan, and are the go-to resource for professional athletes with hearing loss through connections with NFL Player's Association and the National Basketball Retired Player's Association. Ask us about any of these aspects of our service during your appointment!
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