Starkey Hearing Aids

Starkey: Hear better for life

When you’re diagnose with hearing loss, it’s easy to feel like you’re on your own. With the right pair of hearing aids like those from Starkey, however, you can take back your life. Starkey has been a world leader in hearing aid technology for over 50 years. At Starkey, your hearing is their top concern. Learn more about Starkey and the innovative technology behind their latest and greatest hearing aids.

Founded in 1967 by William F. Austin, Starkey’s humble start began as a hearing aid repair store in Minnesota. After a few years, Austin bought a hearing aid ear mold company, known as Starkey Labs, and the rest was history. These days, Starkey is one of the United States’ leading producers of hearing aids, thanks to its easy-to-use technology and fantastic customer service.

In fact, the company saw a huge spike in sales after Ronald Reagan wore their hearing aids during his presidency. Since then, Austin himself has personally fitted five different U.S. Presidents, two popes, and two famous humanitarians (Nelson Mandela and Mother Theresa) with hearing aids. That’s a line-up to be proud of.

At Starkey, your hearing is at the forefront of their innovation and design as they look to empower people with hearing loss to take back control of their lives. With a Starkey hearing aid and all of its purpose-built technology, you can start to realize your hearing potential.

Take Control of Your Hearing

In the hearing aid industry, Starkey is well known for creating new devices with groundbreaking technology. But the company isn’t interested in new technology just for technology’s sake.
Instead, every new innovation and development that comes from Starkey is designed to help individuals by providing them with the tools to reach specific, measurable goals. By starting with the patient’s experience, Starkey has proven itself as an industry leader in making meaningful advances in hearing aid technology. Let’s take a look at what’s new in the world of Starkey hearing aids:

Livio AI

The world’s first hearing aid to combine impeccable sound quality with a brain and body health tracker, Livio AI is the newest in wearable tech. This hearing aid allows individuals to listen easily, even in particularly noisy or challenging environments thanks to its Hearing Reality technology.

With seamless compatibility with Starkey’s Thrive smartphone app, it’s easy to make adjustments on-the-go to the Livio AI hearing aid. This means that Livio AI is better prepared to improve your hearing experience, one sound at a time. Plus, with automatic wireless streaming and intelligent memory technology, the Livio AI is ready to provide personalized hearing support, wherever life takes you.

Hearing and Activity Tracking

In the new age of wearable tech, the ability to track and record our activity is paramount. Thankfully, Starkey is up-to-date with the times, providing us with a range of hearing aids that make monitoring our brain and body health a breeze.

With Starkey’s Thrive hearing app, you can easily connect your smartphone to your hearing aids, which provides instant and useful insight into your hearing and physical health. In addition to providing hearing aid users with the ability to remotely control their devices, the Thrive app provides daily step and activity tracking, heart rate information, and fall detection technology, making this one of the most advanced technological platforms out there.

In the News

As one of the leading hearing aid companies in the world, Starkey has the ability to bring the gift of hearing to millions in need. It turns out, that’s exactly what the company does through the Starkey Hearing Foundation – a pioneer in hearing aid-based philanthropy.

Throughout Starkey Hearing Foundation’s thirty year history, they’ve provided more than 1.5 million different hearing healthcare services to people around the world, changing lives one appointment at a time. In one of their newest initiatives, called Listen Carefully, Starkey hopes to protect the hearing of millions of vulnerable Americans that may be at risk for hearing loss.

Current statistics show that nearly one in six American teens are at risk of developing hearing loss throughout their life, thanks to exposure to excessively loud noises. The Starkey Hearing Foundation is currently working with a number of public figures, such as Tony Hawk and Sammy Hagar to spread the word about the damaging effects of hearing loss to these vulnerable teens to protect their hearing for a lifetime to come. Way to go, Starkey!

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