As you get older, it’s not just your eyesight that can begin to fail, and unfortunately, hardware to assist with hearing loss can be an unexpected expense for many. While Medicare and traditional health insurance may cover part of the cost, a supplemental plan like hearing insurance can help cover you against the unexpected costs associated with hearing loss.
Do I Need Hearing Insurance?
Nearly one in three older adults age 65-74, and over half of those age 75+, have hearing loss. You may think you are covered if you have Medicare, but unfortunately, Medicare does not cover routine hearing assessments and hearing aids.
Without proper coverage, a hearing aid, depending on technology can cost upwards of $4,000, and that doesn’t include the cost of exams and fittings. A supplemental plan to cover the possibility of hearing loss in the future from Insuraway can help you sleep easy knowing that you are covered when the time comes.
Find plans that cover routine assessments, fittings, and up-to-date hardware like hearing aids so you can continue enjoying your life and social activities as you did before.
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