Hearing & Brain Centers of New England is proud to carry Oticon hearing devices. Oticon has shown a strong commitment to improving the lives of people with loss.
Since it was founded in 1904, Oticon has been committed to improving the lives of people with hearing loss. Despite being in business 111 years, there has been nothing static about the company.
Oticon has brought many firsts to hearing care. Its Digifocus was the world's first digital hearing instrument. The company's Agil, was the world's first cognitive friendly hearing device.
In 2007, the company became the first hearing aid manufacturer to state that it would supply its products only to distributors who directly fit and sell hearing solutions through face-to-face, in-person consultations. Oticon's commitment to not sell over the phone, direct mail, or via the Internet is illustrative of it's goals to provide the best personalized solutions for those suffering from hearing loss.
The Latest Technologies
Oticon has always been innovating. The company's committed to meeting the needs of its users and embracing emerging technology. More recently, the Oticon Alta allowed people to factor more personal dimensions into each hearing aid fitting and Intiga is a device that adapts to improve hearing for the user.
We are committed to increase the potential of quality hearing care solutions and to empower people to communicate freely. ~Peer Lauritsen, President of Oticon
Oticon also offers a Streamer Pro that enables people who purchase Oticon wireless hearing instrument to connect to an iPhone®, iPad® and iPod touch® by way of the Oticon ConnectLine App.