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An estimated 38 million people in the United States have some degree of hearing loss. Hearing loss can have a negative effect on communication, relationships, school or work performance, and emotional well-being. However, hearing loss doesn't have to restrict your daily activities.

Properly fitted hearing aids and aural rehabilitation can help in many listening situations. Aural rehabilitation is the use of techniques to identify and diagnose hearing loss and implement therapies for patients who are hard of hearing, which often involves the use of hearing aids. Most people who are hearing-impaired will need two hearing aids because both ears are often affected by hearing loss, though some people may only need one hearing aid.

Some hearing aids require fitting by a licensed hearing healthcare professional (such as an audiologist or a hearing aid dispenser), so that the amplification matches your hearing loss. If not fitted properly, too much amplification may cause additional hearing loss.

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American Hearing + Audiology
1765 NW Burdett Crossing
Blue Springs, MO 64015

American Hearing + Audiology
4240 Blue Ridge Blvd, Suite 200
Independence, MO 64133

Associated Audiologists
4721 S. Cliff Ave., Suite 201
Independence, MO 64055

Beltone Hearing Aid Center
1516C E. 23rd St.
Independence, MO 64055

Hearing and Speech Clinic at Children's Mercy
20300 East Valley View Parkway
Independence, MO 64057

Hearing Health Associates
4911 S. Arrowhead Drive, Suite 203
Independence, MO 64055

Jackson County Audiology
17020 E. 40 Hwy., Suite 9
Independence, MO 64055

Rita's Hearing Center & Repairs
1914 N. Plymouth
Independence, MO 64058

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