Chenango Speech & Hearing Center
At Chenango Speech & Hearing Center in Norwich, NY, your family’s hearing health is our passion. You can get the quality care that you deserve from experts who truly care when you come and visit us. We specialize in the treatment of hearing and hearing loss and helping you live a normal and comfortable life. Our precise diagnosis and testing and state-of-the-art equipment will help us properly diagnose your ailment.
Our services include hearing screenings and demonstrations, routine and diagnostic testing, programming and adjustments, in-office repairs, and cleaning of all makes and models of hearing aids, hearing aid batteries, and hearing aid accessories. Any new hearing aids purchased from us come with an evaluation period, extended warranty, and 0% financing! All relationships begin with trust, and you can trust our hearing professionals to guide you through your journey to better hearing.
We value being a part of the local Norwich, NY community and believe in treating our patients like family. We know that every person has different needs, and everyone has a unique lifestyle. That is why we are readily available to answer all of your questions and to help you on your journey to better hearing health.
Dispensary/Disclaimer: This information is intended for the sole purpose of fitting or selecting a hearing aid and is not a medical examination or audiological evaluation.
Meet Our Providers
Carl Chiasson, Au.D.
Dr. Carl Chiasson was born in Glens Falls, NY and is a second-generation hearing aid dispenser and audiologist whose father established the first hearing aid dealerships in Northeastern New York. He received his graduate training at Plattsburgh State University, and was appointed to the faculty in the department of Hearing and Speech Science upon graduation. He taught courses in general and rehabilitative audiology for close to two decades. He has authored several articles on noise reduction technology in hearing aids. His most recent publications include articles on hearing loss and dementia, as well as the relationship between hearing loss and late-life depression. He currently resides in Oneonta, New York.
Eric Freeman, BC-HIS
Eric Freeman, HIS is a second generation hearing care professional. He started his career 10 years ago, and is passionate about hearing technology and staying up to date with the latest trends. As a father of a child with hearing loss, Eric understands the effects it has and is dedicated to helping people improve their quality of life through better hearing.