Audiology & Hearing Aid Services - Waupaca, Wisconsin

The Waupaca office of Hearing Services of Wisconsin, provides hearing screening, hearing assessment, hearing aid sales and repair, ear wax removal, and custom hearing protection.

Meet Our Front Office Coordinator - Barb Schneider

Barb is the Office Coordinator for the Waupaca Office. She has a longtime history of being in the healthcare field in both human and animal medicine and in customer service. Her passion is to help people improve their quality of life by making those transitions in improving hearing health easier and more comfortable. Every patient is different with varied needs, and Barb finds satisfaction in helping people find their individual solutions.

Time away from work is spent with family, horses, and dogs and will certainly include nature. In the quieter moments, Barb is an avid reader.

Meet Our Specialist - Benjamin Pickart

Benjamin Pickart is Hearing Service of Wisconsin’s newest Hearing Instrument Specialist. Born in Wisconsin, he moved to Michigan at a young age but returned in 2013 to work for his family’s hearing clinic in Fond Du Lac, where he learned the value of providing quality patient care and excellent customer service. Ben has been a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist since 2013 and prides himself on working with patients of all ages to help improve their quality of life. He is committed to ensuring patients leave the office feeling better and more confident about their hearing than when they arrived. In his spare time Ben enjoys riding and training horses.


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213 N. Main Street
Waupaca, WI 54981


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Meet Our Doctor - Thomas Parry

I was born and raised in the Appleton area and have always wanted to work and raise my family in this area. When the opportunity arose to start this practice it was a perfect fit. I entered into this field because I wanted to be part of a profession which is focused on helping those in need while maintaining a rich patient-provider relationship.

My favorite part of the job is the amount of time that I am able to spend with each patient. Audiology is a very relational business and I enjoy that part of my profession the most. My goals for this practice are to bring audiology services to anyone who may not be able to receive services in the traditional manner. As a profession we only see about 20% of the people who suffer from hearing loss. I would like to remove any barriers which may be causing someone from not receiving help by bringing the services to them.

My wife and I have two sons, Henry and Jack, and we enjoy hunting, fishing and just about any outdoor activity in our spare time.

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