New Albany, IN Hearing Aids
Aada Hearing Center in New Albany, IN was established in 1985. We are located at 2870 Charlestown Rd New Albany IN 47150. We make regular visits to Westminster Village Retirement Facility in Clarksville, IN. When requested, visits to all retirement and nursing home facilities in the local area can also be arranged. We are also able to make personal home visits when necessary.
We offer the community of New Albany a wide variety and an affordable selection of hearing aids. The road to better hearing and a higher quality of life begins with a test, please contact our office today to receive a free hearing screening. There is no obligation to purchase hearing aids and no charge for your hearing screening and consultation at Avada Hearing Care Centers.
Avada is committed to serving anyone with hearing loss with the highest degree of integrity, professionalism, ethics, technology and service available to ensure the highest patient satisfaction.
If you have noticed a decline in yours or a loved one’s hearing it is imperative that you schedule a free hearing test with our office. Not only are you suffering from hearing loss, you also suffer from a diminished quality of life. Avada Hearing Centers are committed to helping citizens of the New Albany, IN community regain their hearing and the lifestyle they deserve.
We guide our patients through every step of the process – from your first appointment to your final fitting – to minimize inconvenience and ensure satisfaction. If you or a loved one is suffering from hearing loss, please do not hesitate to contact us today and discover the Avada Experience.
Monday: 8:30A – 5:00P
Tuesday: 8:30A – 5:00P
Wednesday: 8:30A – 5:00P
Thursday: 8:30A – 5:00P
Friday: 8:30A – 5:00P
Rebecca Croft joined the staff of Avada Audiology and Hearing Care in 2007.
She is a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist and is licensed to dispense hearing instruments in the state of Indiana. She is currently the manager of the New Albany office.
The impact on family life when one of the members of the family has a hearing loss can be innumerable and complex. Rebecca feels that understanding the difficulty hearing loss brings to individuals and families is critical when working with her patients.
Rebecca says the most important part of her job is to help patients improve their everyday life through better hearing. To achieve that goal, she feels the individual needs of each patient must be the focus of every appointment. She is passionate about providing the best care and service possible to Avada patients and their families.
She believes her work in the hearing healthcare field strengthens families, empowers individuals with hearing loss, and makes life so much more fun and fulfilling. Rebecca feels truly fortunate that her career allows her to change and enrich the quality of life of so many of her patients.