Hearing Aid Benefit Offered by Eleanor M. Luse Center
UVM Faculty, Staff, Retirees and Their Families Eligible
- By Rodman W. Cory
The 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 limited-time benefit is 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 $90 to $305 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 a 45-day return period.
This benefit is offered as a pilot project for three months, from March 1 to May 31, 2013. An appointment request and submission of required paperwork for hearing evaluation must be completed by May 31, 2013 to be eligible for the benefit. For those who need hearing aid(s), the benefit will be honored for one year from the date of hearing evaluation.
Visit the website for more information about the Eleanor M. Luse Audiology Clinic.
Questions? e-Mail Luse.Center@uvm.edu.