Hearing Aids & Assessments
How would you know if you’re experiencing hearing loss? Chances are you’ll be the last to know. The people around you will notice it first. Loss of hearing is called the ‘invisible disability’, but the effects of hearing loss are very visible! People who have difficulty hearing can experience such distorted and incomplete communication that it seriously impacts their professional and personal lives. Fortunately, the situation can be greatly improved for most people with hearing loss. Modern hearing aids are technologically advanced and can help reduce the communication problems of individuals with hearing loss.
- Diagnostic hearing tests
- Supply and fit of hearing aids
- Sound protection for musicians, swim plugs for surfers, noise protection from snorers
- Improvement of speech understanding
- Tinnitus management
- Hearing aids
- Bone anchored sound solution
- Cochlear implant
Hearing loss is unique to every person.Some of us have a slight hearing loss, while others have a moderate or severe hearing loss. For some the loss is in the high sounds and it will sound as if people are mumbling, or the loss can be in the low sounds, which makes speech unintelligible in background noise
A detailed assessment will determine what type of amplification will be most appropriate for the specific individual. Hearing aids come in different shapes and sizes due to the varying needs of those wearing them.