There are a number of reasons to pick a private practice audiology center such as Advanced Audiology for your next hearing device, according to Santa Clarita audiologist Nola Aronson.
Established in the Santa Clarita Valley 30 years ago, Aronson and her team at Advanced Audiology are actively involved in the community, offering support to local nonprofits through event sponsorship and even donating a portion of hearing aid sale proceeds.
“My mission has been to not only help people hear better, but to donate 10 percent of my hearing aid proceeds to different nonprofits that I believe in,” Aronson said in an earlier KHTS interview. “So when you get a hearing aid from our office, Advanced Audiology, you not only hear better, but you get to give back to your community also.”
Not only do Advanced Audiology customers support Santa Clarita nonprofits, they also are taking advantage of pricing that has been bundled to include ongoing service, expertise and education.
“Price isn’t everything. You’re paying for the care, you’re paying for the knowledge, you’re paying for our education — that we can help you,” Aronson said. “Private practice means treating you as an individual person and giving you personalized care that is right just for you.”
Because Aronson has been a licensed audiologist for more than 35 years, she offers extensive knowledge and expertise when she fits a hearing aid and makes adjustments over time to provide the best hearing possible.
“You really have to understand hearing to be able to work with hearing aids with this new technology,” Aronson said, adding that hearing aids are all fully adjustable to meet the specific, sometimes changing needs of each individual person.
By choosing Advanced Audiology, Aronson noted, “You don’t have to hear the words, ‘Well, you’ll have to live with it. You’ll have to get used to it.’ There’s no such thing.”
Aronson’s practice has grown so much over the last three decades that she now employs a hearing aid provider and three other doctors of audiology, including Dr. Ginny Veloz, who has worked with Aronson for 14 years.
“All the providers have been similarly trained and will be able to give you their expert advice,” Aronson said. “When purchasing something to help your hearing, you want to work with people that are dedicated with what they do, and then are not going to be gone in a few years.”
Additionally, Aronson has taken over ownership of Audiology Partners of Mission Hills and Audiology Services of Newhall, and even opened a new location in Northridge recently.
“This gives you a lot of choices of where you want to go, and know that you’ll get the same quality service,” Aronson said.
Hearing devices are available in all price ranges at Advanced Audiology, and a variety of payment options exist as well, including a 0 percent financing for 12 months Care Credit choice, according to Aronson.
When it comes to enhancing your quality of life by correcting a hearing loss with a hearing aid, Aronson concluded, “Can you put a price tag on it?”