How do I know if I need a Hearing System?
If you answer yes to one or more of the questions, you may need our help:
- Does a hearing problem cause you to use the phone less often than you would like?
- Does a hearing problem cause you to avoid groups of people?
- Does a hearing problem cause you difficulty when listening to TV or radio?
- Does a hearing problem cause you difficulty when in a restaurant with relatives and friends?
- Do you feel that any difficulty with your hearing limits or hampers your personal or social life?
- Does a hearing problem cause you to have arguments with family members?
- Does a hearing problem cause you to feel “dumb” or “stupid”?
- Does a hearing problem cause you to feel left out when you are with a group of people?
- Do you have difficulty hearing when someone speaks in a whisper?
- Does a hearing problem cause you to want to be by yourself?
If you experience these or other hearing related issues, we can assess your hearing and provide you with your hearing results.
How Do We Help You
- Meet with you, determine the relevant facts and your personal needs
- Test your hearing sensitivity in the speech and music range of sounds
- Analyse your hearing needs on the basis of your hearing results
- Present you with a range of suitable options and assist you in choosing the most appropriate one for you
- Design and complete a review schedule in accordance with your needs
You receive a comprehensive assessment of your hearing. If you require options to assist your hearing, we provide these to you.
Our expertise means you will have:
- a happier lifestyle;
- easier communication;
- more self-confidence; and
- less stress.
- In short, an improved quality of life.
Our offices have state-of-the-art diagnostic and assessment equipment the best from Europe and USA. Our research and development keeps us at the leading edge of audiology and acoustic technology.
What We Can Do For You
We start with a comprehensive audiological assessment. The assessment process includes:
- completion of self assessment and information questionnaires
- a review of the results with you and preparation of a report on our findings.
All information is provided in the interests of Hearing Health education and is of a general nature. In all cases you should consult your doctor or other allied health professional for advice regarding your individual circumstances.