Make informed decisions on the purchase of your next hearing aid device!
Choosing a hearing professional is one of the most important decisions a hearing impaired person can make. An audiologist must hold a doctoral or master's degree from a nationally accredited university and certification from the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) and/or the American Academy of Audiology (AAA). As part of their training, an audiologist must complete a minimum of clinical hours in evaluation and treating persons with hearing loss and in the selection and fitting of hearing aids. Hearing aids are only as good as the experts who fit them. Have confidence that your investment in your provider and product is protected.
Audiology Services provides a comprehensive array of services related to evaluation, rehabilitation and prevention of hearing impairment. Click the button to find out what the services include:
Please answer the question below to the best of your ability. After you choose your answer, the next question will appear. At the end of the survey, you will be provided with a score, and you may send this score to us so we may discuss any hearing loss issues you are having.
Are there situations in which you find it difficult to hear clearly?
Do you have to strain to understand conversations?
Do you have a problem hearing over the telephone?
Do you have trouble following a conversation when two or more people are talking at the same time?
Do you have trouble hearing conversations in a noisy background such as a restaurant or a group gathering?
Do you have dizziness, pain, or ringing in your ears?
Do family members or coworkers remark about you missing what has been said?
Do people complain that you turn the TV volume up too high?
Do you find it hard to hear someone when they talk in a soft voice or whisper?
Do you find understanding women and children particularly challenging?
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