Harrisonburg, VA - HearingLife

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1951 Evelyn Byrd Ave., Suite F, Harrisonburg, VA 22801

We offer hearing assessments and hearing aids at our Harrisonburg, VA Hearing Aid Center

Hearing Healthcare of Virginia is now HearingLife

Our team is pleased to join the HearingLife family. Serving individuals from across the Shenandoah Valley, HearingLife's Harrisonburg location is especially convenient for our clients in Harrisonburg City County. Since 2004 we have served the community, and you will still find that our same friendly staff are here to meet all of your hearing wellness needs. Our logo and branding may be changing, but we continue to provide outstanding care, world-class hearing aids and the friendly service you expect from us.

If you believe that you or a loved one has hearing loss, we invite you to stop in for a complimentary hearing assessment* at our office in Harrisonburg. We are located at 1951 Evelyn Byrd Avenue Suite F. If you are running late for an appointment or need help finding us, please call (540) 908-2606.

"When was the last time you had a hearing test?”

Is this a question you’re already familiar with? If so, schedule an appointment to talk about your needs with our highly trained professionals. We provide tailor-made solutions, including hearing aids, for individuals who want to improve their hearing health, and overall quality of life.

Providing hearing care and hearing aids for Harrisonburg City County, Virginia and beyond

HearingLife has locations across the US, including right here in Virginia. Should you need information on hearing wellness, hearing loss or want to understand more about how hearing aids work, schedule an appointment now.

HearingLife is your source for Oticon™ and other top-quality hearing aids in Harrisonburg, VA

We know that you have options for your hearing care. That's why the team at HearingLife makes sure that you are fitted with the best product that meets your individual needs and budget. If you have problems hearing, test out the various styles of hearing aids that we offer. The nuances of sound play an important role in your life. Whether your hearing loss is profound or you have mild loss at high frequencies, we will find the appropriate solution for your needs. Come for a demonstration of HearingLife's latest devices in our location in Harrisonburg to test hearing aids out. We carry many options - including in-the-canal and behind-the-ear - so you can make an informed choice.

Get fitted for hearing aids at our hearing center in Harrisonburg , using state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment

You can count on the professional team at HearingLife to use the right equipment to help you make the right decision. If you have questions about a product, or about what happens during a hearing assessment, we are happy to answer your questions so you feel comfortable. We also welcome you to bring a friend or family member with you for your visit.

Other hearing centers offering hearing care close to Harrisonburg, VA

We have offices across Virginia. You can also find us at these nearby locations:

Hearing Aids in Charlottesville, VA

Hearing Aids in Fishersville, VA

Meet the staff

arianna morris
Doctor of Audiology
arianna morris
Ariana Morris, Au.D.

Doctor of Audiology

Dr. Ariana Morris is originally from Harrisonburg, Virginia. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from James Madison University in 2017, and her Doctor of Audiology degree, also from James Madison University, in 2022. Dr. Morris fulfilled her fourth-year fellowship at Ear, Nose and Throat & Facial Plastic Surgery Center and Hearing Resource Center in Fredericksburg, Virginia, where she completed training in adult and pediatric diagnostics, hearing aids, cochlear implants, electrophysiology and vestibular testing. Dr. Morris has also published research evaluating consumer perception of personal sound amplification products (PSAPs), and international cochlear implant fitting protocols.
Dr. Morris is board certified through the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). She focuses on patient-centered care and works to improve the quality of life for her patients. Additionally, Dr. Morris has served as an instructor for the Introduction to Sign Language courses at James Madison University. She has special interests in hearing aids, vestibular assessment, and treatment of tinnitus.
In her spare time, Dr. Morris is a competitive axe thrower. She also enjoys spending time with her husband and seeking new adventures.