Best Bluetooth Hearing Aids: Technology, Costs, and Various Models

Updated: Apr 14, 2023
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Bluetooth hearing aids connect wirelessly to Bluetooth-enabled electronic devices using a 2.4 GHz radio frequency similar to Wi-Fi. Since 2014, when direct Bluetooth streaming between iPhones and hearing aids was first introduced, Bluetooth hearing aids have become a standard product with major hearing aid manufacturers. Bluetooth capabilities vary between hearing aids, with options for both tech- and non-tech savvy consumers. The more basic Bluetooth hearing aids have Bluetooth connectivity, which means they can connect to smartphones and tablets and have an app for controlling sound settings and remote programming from a hearing specialist; other hearing aids have Bluetooth streaming, which means they act as wireless headphones, streaming audio from Bluetooth-enabled devices directly into your ear for better sound quality. When wanting to listen to music or talk on the phone, you don’t have to switch out your hearing aids for a pair of headphones. Bluetooth hearing aids like the Jabra Enhance Select 200, for instance, let you take hands-free phone calls so you can hear input from your phone directly in your hearing aids and respond to callers without ever holding the phone to your ear. 

In our survey of hearing aid users, Bluetooth and smartphone capabilities were some of the most important hearing aid features they considered before purchasing a particular model. We picked our top five Bluetooth hearing aids from 10 hearing aid brands we researched that offer Bluetooth hearing aids: Jabra Enhance, MDHearing, Eargo, Phonak, Starkey, Widex, Audicus, Signia, ReSound, and Oticon. Our top five lineup includes options for consumers of varying comfort levels with technology. We compared products on Bluetooth capabilities, ease of use, device compatibility (Apple and Android), app quality, price and warranty. We gathered information through product research and testing, mystery shopping, reading customer reviews, and interviewing audiologists and geriatric care experts.

5 Best Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Bluetooth Capability in Hearing Aids

All Bluetooth hearing aids connect to Bluetooth-enabled electronic devices but vary in what capabilities they have once they’re paired with devices. Basic Bluetooth connectivity hearing aids connect to smartphones and have an app that lets you use your phone as a remote control to adjust your hearing aids. These basic Bluetooth connectivity hearing aids may also allow your audiologist or hearing professional to remotely program your hearing aids, a benefit particularly suited for older adults if they have difficulty getting to in-person appointments. 

Bluetooth hearing aids that have audio streaming directly play audio into your hearing aids from your smartphone, tablet, and other Bluetooth-enabled devices so you can better hear phone calls and other audio from your phone, TV, and computer and tailor volume to your hearing preferences without making audio too loud for other people listening to the same device. 

Although not all Bluetooth hearing aids have all these capabilities, here are some things you can do with Bluetooth hearing aids that you can’t do with more traditional hearing aids:

  • Take phone and video calls directly through your hearing aids. You can accept calls directly to your hearing aids when connected to your smartphone, allowing you to hear more clearly than you could when holding the phone up to your ear. Some hearing aids with Bluetooth have built-in microphones for bidirectional streaming that lets you take hands-free calls. With hands-free calling, your hearing aids’ microphone will transmit your voice to your phone, so you can talk on the phone without holding it.
  • Listen to TV and music directly through your hearing aids when you pair them with TV or music devices through the use of a streamer, which is an accessory you’ll have to buy separately.
  • Adjust hearing aid audio settings through smartphone apps. Bluetooth hearing aids come with a smartphone app that turns your smartphone into a remote control for your hearing aids. Apps let you adjust volume and other sound settings to tailor your hearing aids to different listening environments.
  • Remotely visit your audiologist for hearing aid programming. According to our 1,000-respondent hearing aid survey, more than 40% of hearing aid users still go in person to an audiologist for hearing aid adjustments. Bluetooth hearing aids give people more flexibility and access to care with a remote programming option that allows you to get hearing aid updates from your audiologist without even having to leave your house.
  • Connect to a mic to further enhance speech clarity. Bluetooth hearing aid manufacturers may sell a compatible external mic that you can place on a table or hand to a friend to make speech even clearer when people speak into it.

Consider This Before Buying a Bluetooth Hearing Aid

Besides having different capabilities, individual Bluetooth hearing aid models also differ by which devices they’re compatible with. Although the Bluetooth hearing aids we reviewed connect to both Apple and Android devices, these devices must have a fairly new operating system to be compatible with the hearing aids, and Android devices require streamers for the hands-free calling Bluetooth feature. The same hearing aid model will also have different compatibility for different functions—it may require a newer device or operating system for direct streaming than it does for using its smartphone app. Hearing aid manufacturers usually list smartphone compatibility for each Bluetooth hearing aid model on their website. If you want Bluetooth hearing aids for audio streaming from devices other than your phone or tablet, you’ll need to invest in accessories known as streamers. Since Bluetooth drains hearing aid battery life, you’ll also want to consider how often you’ll use audio streaming and if the hearing aid has a long enough battery life based on your projected use.

Made-for-iPhone (MFi) Hearing Aids

Hearing aids with made-for-iPhone (MFi) protocols have audio streaming and hands-free calling features with Apple devices. We’ve reviewed the best MFi-compatible hearing aids.

Android-Compatible Hearing Aids

Hearing aids compatible with Android devices for audio streaming will use the Audio Streaming for Hearing Aids (ASHA) protocol. Android compatibility was introduced to the market later than Apple compatibility. The Bluetooth hearing aids with streaming capabilities that we reviewed can directly stream audio from Android devices, but those capable of hands-free calling with Android require a streamer.

Universal Bluetooth streaming

Hearing aids with universal Bluetooth streaming are able to connect to and stream from both Android and Apple devices. This is true for the Bluetooth hearing aids we reviewed.

Direct vs. accessory-supported Bluetooth streaming

Bluetooth hearing aids are directly able to stream audio from compatible smartphones and tablets. However, if you want to connect Bluetooth hearing aids to an incompatible device for audio streaming, like MFi hearing aids to an Android device, or to a device other than a smartphone or tablet, you can still pair them with a hearing aid streamer.

One of the most frequently purchased hearing aid accessories, streamers plug into the device you want your hearing aids to stream audio from. Major hearing aid manufacturers produce streamers that are compatible with their Bluetooth-streaming hearing aids. It should be noted that different streamers must be purchased for different functions. Usually, a TV streamer will support streaming audio from a TV, stereo, or computer. Most TV streamers can connect to several pairs of hearing aids at a time, so you can watch TV with other hearing aid users with TV audio streaming directly into all hearing aids. For hands-free calling with Android devices, you’ll have to purchase a phone streamer. Other common streamers hearing aid manufacturers offer are mic streamers, which you would use if you want to directly stream conversation from public venues or one-on-one conversation into your hearing aids. They also offer remote control streamers that let you change your hearing aids’ sound settings if you don’t want to use a smartphone app. Some manufacturers will roll multiple functions into one streamer.  

Simultaneous connections

Bluetooth hearing aids capable of audio streaming usually are able to pair with multiple devices, although they can’t be connected to more than one at a time. Others support simultaneous connections, which means they can connect to two devices at a time and switch between them as needed. For instance, if your hearing aids are connected to your phone and your TV and you get a call while watching a movie, you can switch from streaming from the TV to streaming from the phone by pressing a button on your hearing aid. When switching between tablets and smartphones with the same operating system (Apple to Apple, Android to Android), Bluetooth hearing aids will automatically switch between devices when one is paused and the other is played. When switching between Android and Apple devices, it’s easiest to turn off the device you don’t want to connect to. Then, you’ll be able to connect to the device you do want to use.

Battery life

Bluetooth hearing aids can use up their batteries quickly when streaming is used frequently, and battery life varies quite a bit between different brands. Our medical reviewer, Rachel Magann Faivre, Au.D., told us that hearing aids that treat more severe hearing loss also have their battery drained faster. However, she explained that this isn’t usually an issue with hearing aid brands that offer a battery life longer than a day’s worth. An average battery life for Bluetooth hearing aids is around 24 hours. Of the Bluetooth models we reviewed, some hearing aids have a battery life of 30 hours, while others have only 15 hours. The more you anticipate using Bluetooth audio streaming, the more likely you’ll want a hearing aid with a longer battery life. Some Bluetooth hearing aid models come with a rechargeable or disposable battery option. You’ll want to decide if you’re more comfortable with recharging your hearing aids or buying new batteries more often.

Hearing aid size

Aside from one model we reviewed, most Bluetooth-streaming hearing aids do not offer the discreet invisible hearing aid style because Bluetooth technology limits them to a certain minimum size. If your main priority is a hearing aid with an invisible style, you may find more affordable options outside of Bluetooth-streaming hearing aids.

Your comfort level with technology

Although Bluetooth hearing aids can be used without a smartphone, such as if you plan to only use them to stream audio from your TV, these hearing aids can require you to use more technology than other more traditional hearing aids. For this reason, they’re best suited for people who are comfortable using smartphone apps and being in direct control of their hearing aid settings. If you get easily frustrated with technology or aren’t interested in direct audio streaming through hearing aids, Bluetooth hearing aids may not be your best option.

1,000 Hours Researched
11 Brands Considered
16 Models Considered
5 Models Chosen
1 Expert Consulted

How We Research and Test Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Our experts research and recommend products that can help give you a better quality of life. Using our high standards and rigorous testing methodology, we’ve spent more than 4,000 hours, collectively, researching the best Bluetooth hearing aids to help you find the best device for you. Throughout our research process, we did the following:

  • Consulted with audiologists and geriatric care experts
  • Mystery shopped the brands
  • Surveyed hundreds of hearing aid users
  • Tested various models of hearing aids
  • Interviewed experts in the field
  • Read thousands of verified customer reviews

When we tested Bluetooth hearing aids, we looked at Bluetooth capabilities, device compatibility, ease of app use, app quality, connectivity speed between hearing aids and smartphones, and hearing aid pricing and warranties to pick good matches for older adults of differing tech savvy.

Read about our full methodology for how we rate hearing aids.

Best Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Jabra Enhance Select 200 (Formerly Lively 2 Pro)

  • Cost: $1,995 per pair
  • Type of Hearing Aid: Receiver in canal 
  • Type of Hearing Loss: Mild to moderate
  • Battery: 30-hour battery life, rechargeable
  • Bluetooth capability: hearing aid adjustments, remote programming, audio streaming, hands-free calling, simultaneous connections, Apple- and Android-compatible

Editor’s Choice

What Is Editor’s Choice?

Our team of editors and writers choose a product from each article that stands out based on our extensive research of the products we review. While it may not always be the highest-scoring product in the lineup, we’ve chosen the product based on its overall value to our audience.

Why We Chose This Product:

Compared to other Bluetooth hearing aids, the Jabra Enhance Select 200 hearing aids offer affordability without sacrificing standard streaming capabilities.

The Jabra Enhance Select 200 is our top choice because it offers affordable, direct-to-consumer Bluetooth hearing aids that still offer high-end Bluetooth capabilities. The Enhance Select 200 is the most advanced of the three Jabra Enhance Select Bluetooth hearing aid models and has Bluetooth capabilities for hearing aid adjustments, remote programming, audio streaming, hands-free calling, and simultaneous connections. Direct audio streaming is enabled with all Apple devices and Android operating system 10 and later, and hands-free calling is enabled with iPhones 11 and newer and Apple operating system 15.3.1 or later. The Jabra Enhance Select app, which is used for hearing aid adjustments, is compatible with all Apple devices and Android operating systems 9 or later. Enhance Select Bluetooth hearing aids do not yet have full compatibility with Android operating system 12. 

For hands-free calling with Android devices, and to enable audio streaming with incompatible smartphones, Jabra Enhance sells the Phone Clip+ streamer, which doubles as a remote control to also change hearing aid settings. Jabra Enhance also offers a TV streamer that enables audio streaming from TVs, computers, and stereos. Jabra Enhance’s other streamer, the MultiMic, is a portable microphone that streams speech directly into your ear to improve the sound quality of conversation, especially in loud environments. It can be worn on your shirt or handed to a person who is speaking to you to amplify their speech. MultiMic has a built-in telecoil for connecting to hearing loop systems in public venues. 

When we tested Enhance Select 200 hearing aids, it took around five minutes, an average length of time, for the hearing aids to pair with the smartphone app after we selected the Bluetooth setting, and the devices successfully paired in one try. Setting up hearing aid adjustments and audio streaming were easy and intuitive in the app. Audiologist Faivre told us that Jabra Enhance’s app is known for being one of the most user-friendly hearing aid apps, with patients rarely having trouble navigating it.

In November 2022, Lively rebranded to Jabra Enhance following GN Group’s acquisition of Lively in 2021 to expand offerings in the telehealth market. Lively’s existing hearing aid technology will continue to be offered, but now as Jabra Enhance Select 50, Enhance Select 100, and Enhance Select 200.

  • Cost: $699 per pair
  • Type of Hearing Aid: Behind the ear
  • Type of Hearing Loss: Mild to moderately severe
  • Battery: 15-hour battery life, rechargeable
  • Bluetooth capability: Bluetooth connectivity for hearing aid adjustments and remote programming, Apple- and Android-compatible

MDHearing VOLT MAX is one of the most affordable Bluetooth hearing aid models on the market, but don’t expect many frills. The VOLT MAX, a direct-to-consumer hearing aid, is usually on sale for $699.98 a pair, making these aids significantly less expensive than other Bluetooth hearing aids, but their Bluetooth capabilities are quite basic — Bluetooth connectivity allows users to connect to MDHearing’s app on Apple and Android smartphones or tablets to adjust hearing aid settings and consult with audiologists for remote programming. The app lets you create a personal sound profile for each ear and adjust volume, switch between listening environments, and monitor battery life.

VOLT MAX hearing aids have Bluetooth connectivity, not Bluetooth streaming, which means they can’t be used as wireless earphones to stream audio from electronics or take phone calls, even with the use of a streamer. If you want a more advanced hearing aid with audio streaming, MDHearing is not what you’re looking for. The hearing aids also cannot support simultaneous connections to more than one Bluetooth-enabled device, which means you’d have to disconnect from your smartphone if you wanted to switch to using your tablet. 

“MDHearing is owned by Intricon,” Faivre said. “It’s a reliable manufacturer, and its devices don’t have a lot of frills, but they’re of good quality. Intricon also supplies internal hearing aid parts for many other major manufacturers.”

When we tested VOLT MAX’s Bluetooth connectivity to the app, we found it was easy to pair the hearing aids to our smartphone—the app automatically found them without us having to initiate a search in Bluetooth settings. It did take a couple of tries before they successfully paired, and 5 minutes for the devices to connect, which is about average compared to the other brands we tested.

  • Cost: $2,998 per pair
  • Type of Hearing Aid: Receiver in canal
  • Type of Hearing Loss: Mild to moderately severe
  • Battery: 16-hour battery life, rechargeable
  • Bluetooth capability: hearing aid adjustments, remote programming, audio streaming, hands-free calling, simultaneous connections, Apple- and Android-compatible

Audicus is another direct-to-consumer brand that we rated best for ongoing care because of its unique monthly rental option that allows you to upgrade your hearing aids for free after 18 months of use. Although you can pay upfront for your hearing aids or finance them if you prefer, the Audicus Plus membership option is an alternative, all-inclusive hearing aid rental program under an 18-month contract. You can rent Audicus Omni, the brand´s top-of-the-line Bluetooth hearing aid, for $129 a month plus a one-time sign-up fee of $499. After your 18-month contract ends, you can renew your plan and select a more advanced hearing aid model. Audicus offers a 45-day risk-free trial period with their rental plan if you want to try the hearing aids out while deciding if you want to rent or own. If you decide to buy within the trial period, you’ll get a refund on your rental fees. You can buy the hearing aids at any point during your contract after the 45-day risk-free trial for a $499 buy-out fee plus the remainder of the retail price you owe. Audicus Plus offers free cleanings, an unlimited warranty, unlimited damage protection, and loss protection that covers lost devices for a $250 fee per hearing aid.

Bluetooth capabilities with the Audicus Omni include audio streaming, hands-free calling, hearing aid adjustments, remote programming, and two simultaneous connections so you can switch between two devices at a time. Audicus Omni is compatible with most modern Apple and Android devices. For devices other than smartphones, Audicus users can connect to TVs, stereos, and laptops with Audicus’s TV streamer. Audicus also sells a mic streamer for direct audio streaming of conversation and a remote control for adjusting sound settings without a smartphone.

When we tested the Omni’s Bluetooth connection to our smartphone, we thought it was more intuitive and simpler than other brands to pair the two devices. As soon as we turned them on, the hearing aids were automatically in pair mode, and after selecting Bluetooth in our smartphone settings, we were able to pair them in only two minutes, which was faster than most of the other brands we tested.

Starkey Evolv AI: Best In-the-Canal Bluetooth Hearing Aid

  • Cost: $2,800–$7,500 per pair (MSRP), price will vary by the hearing aid clinic that distributes it
  • Type of Hearing Aid: Completely in canal, in the canal, in the ear, receiver in canal, or behind the ear
  • Type of Hearing Loss: Mild to profound
  • Battery: 24-hour battery life with rechargeable options, also comes in a disposable battery option
  • Bluetooth capability: hearing aid adjustments, remote programming, audio streaming, hands-free calling, simultaneous connections, Apple- and Android-compatible

The Starkey Evolv AI model is a prescription, custom-fit hearing aid that combines advanced tech features and comes in a variety of styles, including the more discreet in-the-canal and invisible styles. Evolv AI automatically adapts to different listening environments and saves specific sound settings for locations you frequently visit, like coffee shops, your home, or the office. Starkey Evolv AI comes with two apps: Thrive Hearing Control designed for the user and Thrive Care designed for caregivers. The Thrive Hearing Control app has advanced features, like medication and appointment reminders, activity-level tracking, tinnitus masking and fall detection. If you fall, your hearing aids will send an alert to your selected contacts only, not an emergency-response operator like a medical alert system would. Thrive Hearing Control is compatible with Apple operating system 14 or 15 and Android 7.0 and higher. The Thrive Care app gives your selected contacts information on your hearing aid usage and levels of physical and social activity and is compatible with Apple devices with operating systems 12 and higher and Android devices 6.0 and higher.

Bluetooth capabilities include hearing aid adjustments, remote programming, audio streaming, hands-free phone calls with select Apple devices and two simultaneous connections. Evolv AI hearing aids are compatible with Apple and Android devices, although for direct streaming, they require Android 10 at a minimum. The Remote Microphone+ streamer enables audio streaming for some incompatible, older Android devices, although at this time, the remote mic is indefinitely on backorder. Starkey also offers a TV streamer for Evolv AI to connect to TVs, computers, and stereos. A remote streamer for controlling hearing aid settings and a table microphone are other streaming accessories available. The table mic can also function as a TV streamer.

Faivre commented on the Thrive app: “I have a lot of patients whose kids use this app, primarily to detect when their parent falls or to ensure they’re wearing the hearing aids. Even though many of these patients also wear a life alert necklace, living facility staff sometimes aren’t quick to respond to those. The Thrive Care app allows the family to call a facility immediately upon a fall. Also, a patient may think they’re wearing their hearing aids, but doesn’t have them turned on or charged. The app is also helpful for family to see and troubleshoot. To my knowledge, Starkey is the only company that offers this. It’s so useful for my patients.”

When we tested Starkey Evolv AI receiver-in-canal hearing aids, we first had to turn off our phone and then turn it back on before the hearing aids could pair with it. Pairing took only 3 minutes, which is faster compared to other brands we tested. 

  • Cost: $2,500–$7,000 per pair, price will vary by the hearing aid clinic that distributes the aids
  • Type of Hearing Aid: Receiver in canal, behind the ear
  • Type of Hearing Loss: Mild to profound
  • Battery: 16-hour battery life with rechargeable options, also comes in a disposable battery option
  • Bluetooth capability: hearing aid adjustments, remote programming, audio streaming, hands-free calling, simultaneous connections, Apple- and Android-compatible

We rated Oticon’s Bluetooth hearing aid model Oticon More as most advanced because of its BrainHearing sound technology that’s based on 12 million real-life sounds. BrainHearing technology delivers more sounds to the brain, increases speech understanding, and reduces overall listening effort. Oticon’s app, the Oticon ON, also offers unique tech features where other internet-connected devices, like home alarms, smart thermostats, doorbells, and washing machines, can send you notifications. The app also has a tinnitus-masking feature, find my hearing aids feature, hearing fitness tracker that shows your hearing aid usage, and notification that warns you when your battery is low. Oticon ON requires an Apple operating system 13 or newer and an Android operating system 8 or newer. Oticon More is a prescription hearing aid sold only at Oticon-authorized hearing centers.

Oticon More’s Bluetooth capabilities include remote programming, hearing aid adjustments, audio streaming, hands-free calling with select Apple devices and two simultaneous connections. Oticon sells the ConnectClip, a streamer that can be used for hands-free calls to Android devices, for audio streaming from computers and tablets, as a remote mic for streaming conversations, and as a remote control for changing sound settings on the hearing aids. Oticon also sells a TV streamer separately.

Bluetooth Hearing Aid Costs

Bluetooth hearing aid costs vary depending on Bluetooth capabilities, the hearing aids’ sound technology, and whether they’re prescription hearing aids you purchase at a hearing clinic or direct-to-consumer hearing aids you purchase online. Bluetooth hearing aids in our review ranged from $1,000-$7,500 per pair. Prescription hearing aids sold through hearing clinics typically cost more than online direct-to-consumer brands because prescription hearing aids are custom fit, treat more severe hearing loss, and require appointments with health care professionals.

Generally, the least expensive models have fewer features than the more expensive ones. Like audiologist Faivre told us, the more varied your listening environments, the more likely you’ll want hearing aids with better sound technology.

The Bluetooth hearing aid brands we reviewed have financing available. Jabra Enhance uses Bread Financial, MDHearing and Audicus use Affirm, and Starkey and Oticon can be financed through the hearing clinics they’re sold at.

Audicus offers the option to rent its hearing aids with a monthly fee through its Audicus Plus membership program. Monthly fees vary by hearing aid model.

Jabra Enhance Select 200
Price per Pair $1,995
StyleReceiver in canal
Hearing Loss Mild to moderate
Price per Pair $699
StyleBehind the ear
Hearing Loss Mild to moderately severe
Audicus Omni
Price per Pair $2,998
StyleReceiver in canal
Hearing Loss Mild to severe
Starkey Evolv AI
Price per Pair $2,800–$7,500
StyleCompletely in canal, in the canal, in the ear, receiver in canal, behind the ear
Hearing Loss Mild to profound
Oticon More
Price per Pair $2,500–$7,000
StyleReceiver in canal, behind the ear
Hearing Loss Mild to profound

Bluetooth Hearing Aid Advancements

Bluetooth technology is always changing. Bluetooth LE Audio, a type of Bluetooth that uses less battery power and allows for simultaneous streaming, is set to be incorporated into hearing aids and other Bluetooth-enabled products in the near future. Bluetooth LE Audio’s broadcast technology, known as Auracast Broadcast Audio, will allow audio sources to simultaneously stream to an unlimited number of audio devices in public venues. Plans are for Auracast Broadcast Audio to bring Bluetooth technology to assistive listening systems (ALS) in public venues for better sound quality at lower costs compared to the current ALS technologies of telecoil and inductive loops.

Bottom Line

Bluetooth hearing aids boast technology that wirelessly connects your hearing aids to Bluetooth-enabled devices. Bluetooth hearing aids’ capabilities differ between brands and models within brands, with more expensive models having better sound technology and Bluetooth capabilities. The model best suited for you will depend on the severity of your hearing loss, your budget, and what Bluetooth hearing aid functions you plan to use. 

The most basic and affordable of our reviewed models is direct-to-consumer MDHearing VOLT MAX that allows for Bluetooth connectivity to an app for using your phone as a remote to control sound settings and for remote hearing aid adjustments with a hearing professional. Our more advanced and expensive models reviewed are Oticon More and Starkey Evolv AI, which are available only through prescription from an actual hearing aid center. The Jabra Enhance Select 200 and Audicus Omni, both direct to consumer, fall in the middle for costs and technology.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you want hearing aids you can control through your smartphone or that double as wireless headphones, Bluetooth hearing aids are an excellent option. The simplest Bluetooth hearing aids connect to your cell phone so you can change sound settings. The most advanced Bluetooth hearing aids stream audio from other electronics. Depending on what Bluetooth capabilities you want, Bluetooth options are available for various budgets. If you embrace technology and plan to frequently use their features, Bluetooth hearing aids are worth the cost. Remember, though, that you can still enjoy wireless listening in some public areas and from certain phones and TVs from hearing aids with telecoil instead of Bluetooth technology.

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Dr. Magann Faivre is an audiologist with a passion for being active in audiology organizations, particularly concerning advocacy, patients’ rights issues, and teaching student leadership. She intimately grew up around hearing loss and empathizes with patients when discussing their hearing journey. She is dedicated to creating a positive and integrative hearing healthcare experience so patients leave informed and confident. Dr. Magann Faivre currently serves on The Audiology Project’s Board of Directors and on Northern Illinois University’s Advisory Board. She is a longstanding fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and Academy of Doctors of Audiology.

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