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Hearing Loss Treatment by DeafHear’s Hearing Aid Service

What to expect on your First Visit
DeafHear’s Hearing Aid Service

  1. About DeafHear’s Hearing Aid ServiceHearing Analysis
    Your audiologist will firstly sit down with you to discuss your concerns, experiences and hearing difficulties. Then the audiologist will complete a visual examination of your ear canal and outer ear, assess your current hearing level, and where necessary diagnose the type of hearing loss you may have. An explanation regarding any hearing loss you may have and how it might affect your ability to hear in various situations will be discussed with you. It is important to try to bring someone with you for support, as many things are discussed and it helps to have another set of ears to listen and digest all the details.

  2. Lifestyle Discussion

    The audiologist will discuss with you the types of environments and places you go to in your daily activities. If hearing aids are necessary, this will help identify the type of hearing aids that are best for you, not just in terms of style, but also technology and other features that will benefit you.

  3. Hearing Aid Options

    Your audiologist will show you the different types of hearing aids that are suited for your level of hearing loss, and discuss your preferences for size, features and style of hearing aid. If possible and appropriate a demonstration may be given to give you an idea of how it will sound and feels.

  4. Budget Discussion

    The audiologist will help you narrow down your choice of hearing aids based on technology that is best suited to your hearing loss taking into account the level of investment you are comfortable making.

You can also download DeafHear’s guide to ‘Guide to Buying Hearing Aids’ by clicking here   Read More...

Important Tip:

You should never feel that you are being rushed
or coerced into purchasing hearing aids.

Make sure that you take your time,
involve a family member or friend for support,
and read DeafHear’s free information leaflet

‘Buying Hearing Aids – What you need to know.’