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Hearing Aid Selection & Needs Assessment

Age at the time of amplification as well as cause, degree, and duration of hearing loss is important factor to determine the outcome of treatment.  Co-existing conditions including but not limited to memory impairment, vision loss, vascular disease, diabetes or neuropathy may also affect the prognosis.  There is no one-size-fits all solution for most  of medical treatments, and it is certainly true with hearing care.

Treatment plan should be revolve around the communication needs of you and your loved ones.  This should be the first brick laid on the top of a solid foundation- i.e. an accurate diagnosis -towards better hearing and positive outcome of the audiological rehabilitation. 

Our audiologist will present scientific, evidence based on facts about your condition of hearing and realistic expectations with amplification; and then set rehabilitation goals together. 

You can ask questions, and share your thoughts and concerns at this time. 

  • How do I know what is best for me?

  • I want something easy where I don't need to do anything.

  • I'd like to use Bluetooth streaming for listening to music, audio-books, and talking to my grandchildren.

These are all very common considerations at the time of selection of amplification styles, levels of technology, or functionality.  You may also consider accessories that support with communication needs.

All these areas will be discussed and we'll focus on your needs and expected outcomes during the consultation. 

Hearing Aid Selection & Needs Assessment: Services
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