Redefines what a hearing aid can do

Do more with the Thrive app

The Thrive app gives the user full control over their hearing aids using their smartphone. Like a TV remote, it lets people adjust volume, switch memories and manage other features that hearing aids couldn’t do until now.

The Thrive app is easy to set up, use and navigate, and gives wearers access to features to help them hear and live better:

  • Healthable features like Engagement and Activity tracking.
  • Assistive features like Find My Phone, Translate, Transcribe and Self Check, which lets you check your hearing aid performance without an office visit.
  • And hearing features like Mask Mode, which helps make it easier to hear people who are wearing face masks.
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Life-changing features. Fingertip control.

  • Body Tracking

    Tracks your daily steps, measures movement and monitors more vigorous physical activity.

  • Brain Tracking

    Monitors the brain-health benefits of wearing hearing aids by tracking things like engagement.

  • Fall Alerts

    Detects when a hearing aid wearer falls and sends an alert message to selected contacts.

  • Reminders

    Provides the option to schedule alerts for things like taking medications and other personal tasks.

Frequently asked questions

Buying new hearing aids is an important decision with the potential to greatly enhance your quality of life. Be prepared as you start your journey to better hearing.

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Inexpensive models are simply hearing amplifiers that will make everything louder (including all the ambient noises around you). They will not, for example, separate human voices from background noises, or hear directional sounds like today’s more sophisticated hearing aids are designed to do.

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There are three types of hearing loss including: sensorineural hearing loss, conductive hearing loss and mixed hearing loss. Most people lose at least some degree of their hearing as they age, and by the time they reach age 65 and older, one in three people has some type of hearing impairment.

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Starkey has pediatric-friendly products and program offerings designed to help you tackle your child's hearing loss head-on.

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Yes, hearing aids are available for those with single-sided hearing loss. The Starkey CROS System delivers solutions for:

  • Those who are unable to hear in one ear and have normal hearing in the other ear (CROS).
  • Those with little to no hearing in one of their ears, and a hearing loss in their better ear (BiCROS).

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