About Our Hearing Loss Expert
Frank Farino has 30+ years of experience in the hearing instrument trade and 40+ with vision. His responsibilities have included business development and management in private sector and clinical environment hearing aid systems.
He currently treats patients from all areas of WNY at Farino's Hearing and Vision Center’s Clarence location. For patients unable to make the commute to Clarence, we offer the Ears on Wheels program to assist patients at their residence, whether they are in a private home, nursing home or assisted living facility.
If you've been experiencing vision or hearing loss, give us a call. We offer hearing aids, hearing tests, hearing devices as well as prescription eyeglasses to help our patients throughout the Western New York.
Farino's Hearing and Vision Center is the result of over 65 years and two generations of the Farino family serving the hearing and vision needs of Western New York. James J. Farino first opened the office in 1951 on Oliver St. in North Tonawanda before moving to 272 Spruce St. in 1953 and then on to a larger facility at 90 Rumbold Ave. in 1968. The current proprietor, Frank J. Farino, joined his father in 1974. After the untimely death of James in 1978, Frank assumed all duties of Farino's Optician and Hearing Aids.
In 1996, the office was moved back to the 272 Spruce St. location. In 2013, Frank bought Hear Now Hear Well Hearing Aid Center on Main St. in Clarence, NY, operating from both offices through December 2014. In January of 2015, both offices were combined into one location in Clarence and named Farino's Hearing and Vision Center.