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About Us Contemporary Hearing is located on Venice Island, across from Venice Regional Hospital, in the Publix Plaza.
Nominated 2010 SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR, by Venice Area Chamber of Commerce.
Finalist BEST OF VENICE by Venice Gondolier.
We are here to help people understand how technology can enhance their hearing and increase their enjoyment in life. Our moto is: Hear life, live life. We are passionate about offering solutions to people with a hearing loss. We live in paradise and enjoy helping everyone to live their most enjoyable life possible.
Having both lived with people with a hearing loss, we understand the frustrations and irritations that are experienced by family and friends living with untreated hearing loss. By addressing the loss with available technology and implementing techniques to reduce the irritations these relationships can be improved.
We offer a thorough hearing test to analyze any loss. Then an assesment of the current lifestyle and the desired lifestyle activies to determine the best opportunities for hearing devices.
We provide information about the loss, reviewing actual experiences based on the loss so everyone can understand the impact of the loss. Karen's dad, Jerry, is one of the most common stories. He has a loss in the higher frequencies where children and women's voices are most common. Jerry could not hear Karen well. We had reviewed his loss, fitted him with the corrrect aids and he wore them for a couple of weeks. We went over to dinner at their house and in the middle of dinner Jerry interupted Karen's story and asked her, have you always talked this much? We were all laughing so hard, since we realized how long Jerry had not heard Karen around the dinner table.
By providing information so our client's are involved and commited to their own success in hearing, we can achieve our goals of helping people improve thier lives. We realize the commitment that is necessary for a successful transition back into an active lifestyle and actively hearing. We truly want all our clients and their family and friends to enjoy each other. We offer consultation and support to family and friends to ensure they are encouraging the new commitment and are active in our client's new involvements with their hearing.