Welcome to Flynn Associates

Flynn Associates office in Wellesley, MA

Part of Wellesley and Concord Since 1959

At Flynn Associates, we do right by our patients. This has been our philosophy for years. You're our priority, so we take the time to listen to what you really need, and we are always looking for new way to help you hear better and lead a more fulfilling life. That's why people in the Wellesley and Concord area have been coming to see us for their hearing aids and hearing healthcare since we first opened our doors in 1959.

That's quite a long history, and we wouldn't still be here if our patients didn't trust us to have their best interest at heart. We're honored by their trust, and we do everything we can to keep earning it every single day.

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No-Pressure Hearing Tests

If you think you might have hearing loss, it's always worth checking it out just in case. We don't ever pressure patients to buy hearing aids because we believe people should be able to have their hearing evaluated without worrying about pushy salespeople. Our big focus is on educating people about their hearing loss and their options. Come see us for a hearing test and we'll give you the information you need to make the right decision for you.

Why Flynn Associates?

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Your First Appointment

Woman getting a hearing test at Flynn Associates in Concord, MA
  1. Both of our offices are easy to find and elevator accessible. We keep our offices bright, professional, comfortable, and to-the-point.We'll introduce ourselves to you and then invite you to tell us why you've come to see us. What have you noticed about your hearing? What hearing environments have been hard for you? What's your medical history.
  2. We'll take a closer look at your ears to make sure there aren't any visible problems and that they're clear of wax. If we do see any ear wax accumulation, we will remove it. If we notice that a medical condition is causing your hearing loss, we may refer you to a physician to be treated.
  3. We'll take a closer look at your ears to make sure there aren't any visible problems and that they're clear of wax. If we do see any ear wax accumulation, we will remove it. At this point, we may notice something medical that we'll refer you to a physician to treat.
  4. We'll conduct a thorough hearing test so that we can learn about your specific hearing loss, including what sounds are hard for you to understand and what might be the cause of the hearing loss.
  5. Once the test is complete, we'll go over the results with you and talk about what your treatment options are. Education is a big part of what we do, so we'll explain everything in detail and answer any questions you have. Hearing shouldn't be a mystery. We believe in giving you all the information you need to make a decision.
  6. If you're ready to move forward with purchasing hearing instruments, we'll order a pair specifically for you. When the hearing aids arrive 5-7 days later, we'll call you to schedule a fit date.
  7. We'll fit your hearing instruments based on the prescription your hearing test tells us. We'll provide extensive counseling on care and maintenance, what to expect, how to wear your hearing aids, and anything else you need to know.

Bring a Loved One

We always recommend bringing a second set of ears, whether it's your spouse, your friend, or another person you're close to. Why?

News in Hearing Healthcare

The Benefits of Bluetooth Technology in Hearing Aids

One of the most popular features right now is smartphone connectivity. We're seeing manufacturers create hearing aids that can connect to apps on our phones!

Communication for All: How People of All Ages Benefit from Better Hearing and Communication

Regardless of age, occupation or gender everyone can benefit from clear communication and healthy hearing. Check out this article, crafted to celebrate Better Hearing and Speech Month.

Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids: What You Need to Know

In August 2017, a law was passed that allows FDA-regulated hearing aids to be sold over the counter instead of by a trained hearing healthcare professional.

Hearing Loss in the Workplace

60% of those affected by hearing loss are part of the American workforce, learn the steps both employees and employers can take to promote a healthier workplace

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8 Grove Street, Suite 306, Wellesley, MA 02482
747 Main Street, Suite 124, Concord Professional Center, Concord, MA 01742
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8 Grove Street, Suite 306, Wellesley, MA 02482 (781) 235-8110
747 Main Street, Suite 124, Concord Professional Center, Concord, MA 01742 (978) 369-6666
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