COVID-19 Update, Updated September 2022: We are closely monitoring emerging information from the CDC and adhering to all guidelines. At this time we are open for essential appointments and following CDC guidelines for patient care. Emergency repairs and requests are our top priority, and we are offering curbside repairs. Per the CDC guidelines we cannot accept walk in patients and masks are required for all appointments. If you are trying to reach us, please call the office and leave a message and we will return your call promptly. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or appointment requests. Read More
Hearing Solutions has been serving the Norwood community since 1997
Beth S. Levine M.S., CCC-A, F-AAA owner and licensed audiologist, is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. She is licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in Audiology, and certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Morse Medical and Technology Center 100 Morse St. Suite 104 North Entrance Norwood, MA 02062
With it’s small, discreet size and long-lasting battery, you get power that lasts more than a full day – without having to fiddle with any batteries.
Sound streaming directly from an iphone and other audio sources provides you with an exceptional streaming experience.
Hearing Aid Fittings and Services
Hearing aid fittings using state of the art diagnostic testing and programming equipment. No two programs are alike.
Phone Connectivity and Wireless Devices
Enjoy high quality sound through hearing aids that are also act as wireless stereo headphones.
Complimentary consultations and hearing aid cleanings/checks
Every 4th Wednesday of the month at the Norwood Senior Center
To sign up, visit the front desk of the Senior Center or call 781-762-1201
Nearly 38 million Americans over the age of 18 live with some degree of hearing loss. Unfortunately, a large percentage of those suffer in silence, often waiting an average of seven to 10 years before seeking medical guidance. The reason for delaying treatment varies...
Hearing aid technology continues to evolve every year. Nowadays, wireless connectivity—like integrated Bluetooth technology—has made hearing aids even more convenient for daily use. With Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids, you can wirelessly connect to devices around your...
Ears are naturally self-cleaning. The body produces antimicrobial earwax as a way to trap dust and other airborne particles before they can burrow deeper into the inner ear canal. Earwax coats the ear canal wall to protect the delicate skin within the ear and to...