Hearing Aids in Baltimore, MD

If you have hearing loss, wearing hearing aids could have a significant impact on your life. Although enhanced hearing is the most obvious advantage of wearing a hearing aid, hearing aids also have broader benefits, including improving your cognitive wellbeing, earning capacity, and communicating with your loved ones.

Here at Hearing Tracker, we stop at nothing to bring you the best hearing aid advice, so that you can make the most informed decision for your lifestyle, budget, and hearing loss needs.

Finding a skilled hearing specialist in Charm City can help you navigate the sometimes frustrating world of hearing loss, so you understand what your condition is, what can be done about it and what you can expect to happen moving forward. Here is a list of the best hearing care providers in the Baltimore, MD area.

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Popular in Baltimore

Widex EVOKE Fusion 2

31 reviews

Popular in Baltimore

Phonak Audéo Marvel R

54 reviews

Popular in Baltimore

Oticon Opn S miniRITE

13 reviews

Hearing aid clinics in Baltimore

Audiology Associates Inc

3455 Wilkens Avenue suite 206
Baltimore, MD 21229

Audiology Associates, Inc.

9613 Harford Road # I
Baltimore, MD 21234

Connect Hearing

7658-A Belair Road
Baltimore, MD 21236

Hearing Services

1838 Greene Tree Road Suite370
Baltimore, MD 21208

Hearing Specialty Group

4000 Annapolis Road 102

Baltimore, MD 21227

Live Better Hearing

4000 Annapolis Road Suite 202
Baltimore, MD 21227

The Hearing and Speech Agency

5900 Metro Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215

Hearing loss resources for Baltimore residents

The Hearing Tracker team has pulled together the following resources to help you find support in your local Baltimore community.

Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services

A state training program that offers services to disabled people who choose to work or hold their current job. Programs and services can include vocational education, skills training, academic training, and work placement assistance. Hearing aids, assistive devices, interpretation services, and more may be available for people who are hard of hearing and who seek to obtain or retain employment.

HASA - The Hearing & Speech Agency

HASA is a nonprofit organization based in Baltimore, whose goal is to bring people closer to their communities. HASA was founded in 1926 and provides educational services with an emphasis on hearing safety, education, accessibility, language access, and speech/language.

Baltimore, MD Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA)

The Baltimore, MD chapter of an association that provides a broad variety of local and regional hearing loss programs, activities and services. The organization aims to open up the communications landscape by providing people with hearing loss with information, awareness, motivation and advocacy. Meets monthly either on 2nd Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. or 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m.

Hearing aids by brands in Baltimore

Looking for a specific brand of hearing aids in Baltimore? Use the links below to get to our interactive map where you can search for nearby providers who fit hearing aids from popular brands like Oticon, Phonak, Widex, Signia, Starkey, and more.