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Don't let hearing loss isolate you from friends and family, or from doing the things you love. With hearing aids, you can enter life fully again. We sincerely mean it when we say —your hearing matters, not just to you but to the people you love, and we are here to work with you to find a solution.
What do you think of when you imagine getting treated at a hearing aid center? People often tell us they've had bad experiences with pushy salespeople and impersonal treatment when they’ve gone to get their hearing checked. We're not like that. Choose Cumberland and you'll see why clients comment again and again that they can trust us.
Cumberland Hearing Aid Center is a family-oriented practice. We value you as an individual, and we stay in touch long after you get hearing aids because we want to make sure you continue to hear your best. Our clients look forward to seeing us because we have fun talking together. It's not like going to see the doctor in a cold medical office. It's like paying a visit to a friend — who happens to be very skilled at helping you hear better.
When you walk through our doors, you're not just a client; you become a valued friend. We treat you with as much care and respect as we would a member of our own family.Review Us
Cumberland Hearing Aid Center is a proud partner of the HearStrong Foundation, an organization dedicated to helping people get the hearing care they need. 80% of people who have hearing loss let it go untreated. HearStrong aims to close this gap by tackling common barriers to care such as social stigmas, financial difficulties, lack of awareness and resources, and more.
HearStrong's Efforts Include:
As a practice dedicated to helping everyone get the hearing care they deserve, HearStrong’s mission is very important to us. Together we can shatter stigmas and change the face of hearing loss!Learn More
Cumberland Hearing Aid Center is a preferred hearing care provider for the NFL Players Association Professional Athletes Foundation. Through this partnership, the PAF aims to bring better hearing to former professional athletes and their fans across the nation. Together, we spread awareness, help players in need of hearing care, and collected data on the connection between hearing loss and professional football.
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