Hearing Aid Program

gentleman with hearing aidsThe Eleanor M. Luse Center Audiology Clinic, part of UVM's Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, is offering a 10% reduction off the cost of hearing aids selected and fit through the clinic. This benefit is currently available to UVM faculty, staff, retirees and their families. Professional fees normally applied (hearing evaluation, hearing aid selection, earmolds, fitting and follow-up) will still be charged.

Savings range from $107 to $307 per hearing aid. The Center will work with individuals to find the best fit for each unique situation, selecting durable equipment from among the best designed, most technologically advanced products. Satisfaction is guaranteed by means of the 45-day return period that is stipulated by Vermont law. 

An appointment request and submission of required paperwork for hearing evaluation must be completed in order to be eligible for the benefit. To qualify for the program, the individual seeking a fitting must be enrolled in UVM medical insurance.

Visit the Eleanor M. Luse Audiology Clinic website for more information.

Questions? e-Mail Luse.Center@uvm.edu.

This program is supported and administered by the Eleanor M. Luse Center Audiology Clinic, part of the UVM Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. This is not part of any insurance benefit and is not related to any incentive program.

Eleanor M. Luse Center
Pomeroy Hall
489 Main Street
Burlington, VT 05405
Phone 802-656-3861
Fax: 802-656-2528