Since communication directly links the ear to the heart, you are smart to be investigating hearing instruments. Today hearing aids are stylish, nearly invisible, and very, very helpful. However, they are not free, so you'll want to be well informed before you make an investment in hearing better. What type of service you can expect after your purchase should play a key role in your decision to buy or not to buy.
The hearing aid specialists at The Hearing Garden are your partners in making the most of the hearing that you have. We'll help you decide what will work to maximize your hearing in every one of your environments. This could include hearing aids, a TV listener, aural training, tinnitus therapy, counseling, or some combination of these.
We include Leila Martin, owner and licensed hearing aid specialist, certified by the National Board of Hearing Instrument Sciences (NBC-HIS); Irina Vasilenko, licensed hearing aid specialist; and Mary Luz Rivera, apprentice.
We want to get to know you! Come by for tea or coffee or even if you just want to say hello.
The owner of The Hearing Garden is Leila S. Martin.
Leila's path to hearing aid technology has been a winding one. She has had a fascination with Chinese language since childhood, which she pursued in college. Currently she is enrolled in a Masters Degree program at the University of Pennsylvania, where she is studying communication.
She became a licensed hearing aid specialist with Miracle Ear in 1999. Since then she has worked as a Hearing Aid Specialist with an otolaryngologist (ENT) team, with audiologists, in retail settings (including Boscov's Hearing Aid Centers) and in private practice.
Ask Leila for a hearing aid joke.