Quednau Hearing

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Welcome to Quednau Hearing

At Quednau Hearing, we understand how hearing loss can affect your life because we’ve been in your shoes. Teri Quednau, Owner and Hearing Instrument Specialist, has been wearing hearing aids herself for more than 20 years, and she knows the difference they can make.

We are passionate about helping other people with hearing loss get their lives back. That’s what drives us every day – improving quality of life. We are here to be your partner as you go down the path toward better hearing.

Why Choose Quednau Hearing?

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TERI QUEDNAU Hearing Instrument Specialist

What to Expect at Your First Appointment

When you visit our hearing center, you will always be greeted by a friendly face. We allow up to two hours for our first meeting. This gives us plenty of time for everyone to understand your hearing loss and treatment options.

Preferred Provider of the NFL Players Association

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Quednau Hearing is a preferred hearing care provider for the NFL Players Association Professional Athletes Foundation. Through this partnership, the PAF aims to bring better hearing to former professional athletes and their fans across the nation. Together, we spread awareness, help players in need of hearing care, and collected data on the connection between hearing loss and professional football.

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Total Retiree Advantage IL (TRAIL)

State Employees' Group Insurance Program (SEGIP)

The State of Illinois offers retirees, annuitants, and survivors (of the State Employees Group Insurance Program (SEGIP), The Teachers’ Retirement Insurance Program (TRIP), and the College Insurance Program (CIP)) a healthcare program entitled Total Retiree Advantage Illinois (TRAIL). This program provides Medicare-eligible members and their covered dependents comprehensive medical and prescription drug coverage through TRAIL Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug (commonly referred to as “MAPD”) plans.

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