Hear Here is an independent audiology practice and hearing aid sales and service business. The owner, Susan Rardin, M.A., F-AAA, is dedicated to providing compassionate, trustworthy and ethical hearing health services while making patients first priority. Hear Here will offer the highest degree of expertise, quality care and current technology available in a friendly and welcoming environment. Consider Hear Here your concierge level hearing health provider!
Our hearing healthcare services include, but are not limited to:
A St. Patrick’s Day parade just wouldn’t be the same without our very own Gordon Pipers and a variety of marching bands. The drums aren’t the only things to take a beating when you think about the hearing of the musicians who make this event so special. Regardless of the source, noise levels over 85 decibels can be damaging to our hearing.
Bagpipe levels outdoors have been measured to be as much as 111 decibels, and if the pipers are indoors, it can get up to 122 decibels! Drumlines in marching bands also produce dangerous levels—not only for the drummers—but also for the musicians marching in front of them. Drumline levels can reach over 100 decibels. We need to protect our musicians. Musician’s earplugs can reduce noise level without affecting the sound quality. Custom, as well as non-custom earplugs are available at Hear Here LLC. They are comfortable and come in a variety of price points. Contact us to setup a time to get your own!
Also, don’t miss Indianapolis’ St. Patrick’s Day parade on Saturday, March 17 at 11:30am in downtown Indianapolis.
Susan Rardin, M.A. F-AAA, provides professional and personalized hearing healthcare. Hear Here offers industry-leading hearing devices and custom solutions that meet even the most demanding hearing needs and communication challenges.
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