Our audiologists recently attended a Siemens seminar where they were trained on the new Signia Pure® 13 BT primax, a Bluetooth® enabled smart hearing aid that is revolutionizing the hearing industry.  The Pure® 13 BT primax offers the advanced sound quality of its predecessor, combined with the ability to stream music, TV, and iPhone calls directly to your hearing aid for complete convenience and outstanding sound experience.

The Pure® 13 BT primax is the world’s first hearing aid to offer audiological benefit through Bluetooth®.  It uses detailed, Bluetooth-based data in combination with the new myControl™ App to provide the best possible hearing in any environment.  The hearing aid uses motion sensor technology to detect if the wearer is walking or running in a noisy environment.  It will automatically adjust settings so the wearer can listen to a conversation partner to the side and be more aware of ambient sounds, like sirens, vehicles, or other pedestrians.

To give you the opportunity to experience these new Signia Pure® 13 BT primax hearing aids from Siemens, Midwest Ear Institute and Medical Hearing Aids is sponsoring an Open House May 8th – May 11th, 2017 featuring these latest advances in hearing instrument technology.  For this limited time, you or a loved one can take advantage of a free demonstration of recent developments in hearing solutions and get $500 off the cost of a pair of the featured Signia Pure® 13 BT primax model, in addition to a risk-free trial offer.

Call 317-842-4901 or 800-818-EARS (3277) soon to secure one of the limited Open House appointments for a consultation with an audiologist!

Midwest Ear Institute is proud to be a 2017 sponsor for Perry Meridian’s Cyber Blue 234 robotics team. Cyber Blue 234 is a nationally recognized, award winning team. They compete as part of the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition. The team builds a competitive robot while learning the basics of science, engineering, and technology.

In addition to building a robot, the Cyber Blue 234 team is active in their school and community, which includes work with elementary and middle school students. To learn more about the team and FIRST Robotics, visit cyberblue234.com.

Midwest Ear Institute is proud to support the Christamore House, an organization that provides the very best child and youth educational services, senior programming, and life skills training to the residents of Haughville, Indiana and the Near-Westside.

To learn more about the Christamore House and its programs, visit christamorehouse.org. For information about ongoing fundraising events for the house, visit christamoreguild.org.

Hear Indiana supports the families of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The organization seeks to ensure that individuals who experience hearing loss have the opportunity to communicate, learn, and thrive independently through the use of spoken language.

Midwest Ear Institute is proud to support Hear Indiana in its efforts. For more information about Hear Indiana and its mission and objectives and to learn more about its upcoming events calendar, visit hearindiana.org.

Midwest Ear Institute is proud to support St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf, a leader in the educational field of listening and spoken language for children and young adults who are deaf or hard of hearing. To learn more about the organization and its events throughout the year, visit sjid.org.

Cochlear Americas offers quarterly community events in Indianapolis for cochlear implant candidates, recipients, and their family members. If you are interested in learning more about cochlear implants or want to meet your fellow implant-wearers in the Indy area, these meetings may be of interest to you! Click on the flyer below to learn more about these events, including dates and location. To register for these meetings and view other local Cochlear events, visit cochlear.com/US/events.

2017 Indianapolis CCM Flyer