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We've moved!

As of February 10, 2020, to serve our valued customers, our Easton is now reopened at a new location across the street from our old location following the recent Thanksgiving Day fire.

"Have you thought about getting a hearing test?”

We invite you to come see our new facility, have a complimentary hearing assessment and meet our hearing care provider, Mike Clough.

We proudly provide services for all of your hearing healthcare needs, including no cost assessment; demonstrations and risk-free trials. If you believe that you or a loved one has hearing loss, we invite you to stop in at our office in Easton. Providing hearing care and hearing aids for Talbot County, Maryland and beyond HearingLife has centers across the US, including right here in Maryland. If you need information on hearing care, hearing loss or want to understand more about how hearing aids work, schedule an appointment today. HearingLife is your place for Oticon™ and other high-end digital hearing aids in Easton, MD When it comes to hearing care, we know that you have options. That's why the team at HearingLife puts extensive focus on your individual needs and budget to fit you with the best product possible. At our office, you will be able to test the various styles of hearing aids that we offer – including the in-the-canal and behind-the-ear – and receive demonstrations of our newest devices, so you can make a well-informed decision. We know how much sound plays a role in everyday life, so whether you’re experiencing mild or severe hearing loss, we will find the appropriate solution for your needs. Find your perfect pair of hearing aids at our hearing center in Easton, using cutting-edge diagnostic equipment You can depend on the professionals at HearingLife to take all the necessary steps to help you make the right decision. We are more than happy to answer any questions related to a product, or about what happens during a hearing assessment. We also encourage you to bring a friend or family member with you during your visit if it makes you more comfortable.

hearinglife.com Mike Clough Hearing Instrument Specialist

Mr. Clough is a state licensed Hearing Aid Dispenser in Maryland with over 20 years of experience in hearing healthcare. He resides with his family in Annapolis, MD. Michael Clough was born and raised on the eastern shore of Maryland, where he graduated Queen Annes County High School, and attended Chesapeake Community College in Wye Mills Maryland. Mr. Clough became a licensed Hearing Aid Dispenser (HAD) in 1993. He has been proudly serving the hearing impaired community for over 20 years. He became Nationally Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences (NBC-HIS) in 1997 and was a member of the International Hearing Society in 2000. Mr. Clough has been recognized nationally for his work with the hearing community throughout the USA, dedicating more than 8 years of his career helping Hearing Centers provide the best hearing services to their patients in need. Beyond his activeness in the hearing health community, Mr. Clough is a husband, & father of four children and one grandchild. He is an active member of many local organizations within his community and volunteers his time to local youth athletics. Family and helping others is what brings him the most joy in life. He looks forward to helping more people hear well throughout Maryland and Delaware.

Our mission at HearingLife is to help more people hear better. We are proud of the hundreds of customers that are now living more fulfilled lives due to groundbreaking technology that addresses the most common hearing health issues.
Hearing loss is the third most common physical ailment behind heart decease and arthritis. Hearing loss is an invisible disability 1 in 3 adults over 60 years old has hearing loss. According to Hearing Loss Association of America hearing loss is troubling fact of life for more than 48 million Americans. Our hearing health is closely connected to our brain’s health and our overall well-being. Since hearing loss becomes more prevalent as we age, the Campaign for Better Hearing wants you to understand the links between hearing loss and depression, mental fatigue, reduced cognitive capacity and dementia, as recent studies show.
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