Our Staff

Dr. April LaBelle, Au.D.

Dr. April LaBelle, Au.D.

Doctor of Audiology

Dr. LaBelle has a “patient first” philosophy, offering honest and accurate advice with individualized attention. Her thorough knowledge of the newest hearing technology enables her to fit, program and adjust to each individual’s specific needs. Dr. LaBelle is dedicated to providing the best service to her patients possible.

With a background in professional music, Dr. LaBelle brings a unique and vibrant perspective to the practice. She is committed to protecting ears from the damaging effects of overexposure, and enriching the lives of her hearing impaired patients with individualized solutions to suit every patient’s lifestyle and hearing needs.

Dr. LaBelle was born and raised in Wethersfield, CT. She received her Undergraduate and Doctorate degrees from The University of Connecticut. She is a certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist and a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.

Allison Trask, HIS

Allison Trask, HIS

Hearing Instrument Specialist

Allison Trask is a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist originally from South Berwick, ME who moved to Connecticut in 2017 to work at the Hear Again Centers. Allison received her bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Maine.

Allison’s passion for hearing health was ignited as a middle school student when she befriended a hearing-impaired classmate. She learned American Sign Language and saw the positive impact the simple act of communication had on him. This experience guided her professional decision to help connect people to their world through better hearing. When she’s not saving hearing lives, Allison loves playing the clarinet and tenor saxophone, outdoor activities, and spending quality time with friends and family.

 Lauren Banas, PSC

Lauren Banas, PSC

Patient Services Coordinator

Lauren is truly dedicated to her work in the hearing industry. She’s incredibly passionate about helping others, and it all stems from her personal connection to the cause. Lauren’s mother is hard of hearing, and witnessing her experiences motivated Lauren to pursue a career in the field. She wanted to make a real difference in the lives of people with hearing impairments.

As a patient service coordinator in the hearing world, Lauren brings a compassionate and empathetic approach to her work. She knows that every patient has unique needs, so she takes the time to connect with them on a personal level. By building those connections, she can create personalized treatment plans that cater specifically to each individual.

Lauren finds joy in art and spending time in nature. Artistic expression and being surrounded by nature brings her a sense of peace and serenity.

Lauren’s commitment extends beyond her immediate work as well. Through community outreach and education, she strives to empower others with knowledge about hearing health. She wants everyone to understand the importance of taking care of their hearing.

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Customer Reviews

I had a great experience with this company. Very professional and polite. Made me feel very comfortable and explained everything where I could understand it.

janet littlefield, on Google

Everything went smooth and great; I enjoyed being patient there. Staffs were very understanding and helpful.

Jamie Michalski, on Google

Very pleasant, offered to send both hearing aids to factory for battery replacement. Being still under warranty I feel that I should not have to pay $25 for postage.

Diane Fredrick, on Google

I have been very pleased with the service that I have been provided. The Hear Again team at the office I visit is very professional. I go in at least every 3 months for adjustments and cleanings. The audiology exams are done on site unlike some other offices that I...

Matthew King, on Google

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