Signia Hearing Aids
Signia Hearing Aids
After partnering with Siemens in the 21st century, Signia spent a short period of time as an independent manufacturer before joining the Sivantos Group, which later merged with Widex to create WS Audiology in 2019. Signia is just one of the brand names of hearing instruments that use Siemens technology.
Siemens technology is named after telegraph system pioneer Werner von Siemens, who became one of the first hearing aid manufacturers after developing an amplified telephone receiver in Singapore in 1877. By 1910, his innovations formed the roots of several hearing aid manufacturing companies, including Signia who produces one out of every four hearing aids used worldwide.
The sophisticated form, graceful lines, a refined fit, and a true-to-life hearing experience without sacrificing performance are testimony of Signia’s commitment to help you “take life in stride.”
Signia’s OVP Platform
Signia’s OVP sound processing platform uses a live deep neural network and continuously learning AI to adapt to your individual needs as you move from one listening environment to another.
The outstanding speech clarity of Signia hearing aids is processed within a fully immersive soundscape that reduces echoes and feedback in reverberant environments so that your own voice sounds more natural, while the use of acoustic motion sensors and by processing speech and background noise separately, the recombined sound signal delivered to the user is much clearer and more natural.
Signia Hearing Aid Features
A major convenience feature of Signia hearing aids is the world’s first inductive charging system, which is a 24-hour, rechargeable, lithium ion-powered hearing aid battery developed by Signia.
Along with iPhone and Android connectivity, a wide range of digital devices are supported by Signia via apps such as StreamLine Mic, StreamLine TV, and others that help to facilitate discrete sound quality adjustment by using your smartphone.
Signia’s TeleCare app allows you to connect with your hearing care provider for ongoing counseling, troubleshooting, and programming support without the need for an in-office appointment.
South Sound’s Patient-Focused Hearing Care
Signia hearing aids are one of many tools used by the audiologists at South Sound Audiology in order to address hearing challenges, but technology, no matter how advanced, never takes priority over meeting the unique needs of our patients.
Through highly accurate comprehensive hearing assessments, our hearing care professionals identify the unique type and severity of hearing loss affecting each of our patients and then use the information gathered in order to partner with them in providing better hearing solutions that enhance their hearing and improve their quality of life.
Beyond selling and fitting our patients with hearing aids from Signia, Starkey, Widex, and others, we continue our ongoing partnership by providing troubleshooting, technical support, regular maintenance, and hearing aid repair for a broad variety of hearing aid brands.
If hearing aids are the best solution for addressing your hearing challenges, the experts at South Sound Audiology can provide you and individuals throughout the Greater Olympia area with the right advanced technology to address all of your hearing care needs. Contact us today by submitting the adjacent form.
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Here’s How Charlotte Broke Old Patterns
“I didn’t want to end up being isolated.”
We can certainly learn a lot from our loved ones.
Charlotte did just this after observing her grandmother’s hearing loss develop over time.
“My paternal grandmother had hearing problems, and I realized by watching her that she was unable to participate in, or understand, family conversations. She seemed so lonely. When I began to notice I wasn’t hearing everything or understanding everything people were saying, I didn’t want a repeat of my grandmother’s life.”
Michael’s Top-Notch Hearing Advice
“All hearing-impaired people need is a knowledgeable person with a plan that can give you back a measure of hearing that makes your life better.”
“I suffered SNHL, sudden sensorineural hearing loss. Literally, one minute I could hear, the next I was virtually deaf in one ear, with partial loss in the other. I was scared beyond measure.”
When Michael first recognized his hearing loss, it was an extremely troubling experience. Unlike many others whose hearing loss happens gradually, the sudden hearing loss he suffered changed his life.
Judy Had Nothing To Fear
“The aftercare was just as good as my first visit was with her.”
Unfortunately for Judy and many others who come to terms with their hearing loss, she felt like this was a sign of her getting old.
But at South Sound Audiology, we often say, “Hearing loss is a sign of a life well-lived” – be proud of the life that has gotten you this far.”
When it came to addressing her hearing loss, Judy’s main concern was making sure she got good hearing aids and a good professional that wasn’t going to sell her just any hearing aid.
Kathy’s Evolution With Hearing Aids
“I was certain I was working with a well-trained audiologist and was made to feel welcome and comfortable by the receptionist.”
When Kathy visited South Sound Audiology, she already had a lifetime of hearing aid experience behind her.
“I knew I had a high-frequency loss by age 30, but at that time, hearing aids were not sufficiently developed for me to benefit from wearing them, and no well-trained audiologist would fit me with them.”
Charlie’s Sound Advice For Anyone Considering Hearing Aids
“Wearing the aids has made my life much better.”
Before Charlie came to South Sound Audiology to address his hearing challenges, he had become tired of not being able to hear people talking and having to ask them to repeat themselves.
It’s extremely common for people to notice hearing challenges way before they address them, usually because hearing loss occurs gradually, and people develop coping mechanisms to live with the hearing loss.
How Nancy Is Happier Than Ever With Her New Hearing Aids
“It’s nice to know it doesn’t end when you put in your new hearing aids.”
Hearing loss often affects our loved ones just as much, if not more, than ourselves before we recognize the symptoms.
This was definitely the case for Nancy, as she explains, “I was outside with my husband working on the garden. He was frustrated that I couldn’t hear him. I didn’t realize how much I relied on watching someone speak to pick up on what they were saying. He was turned away from me.