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PATIENT RESOURCES

patientHelping those with Hearing Loss

Having a hearing loss can affect quality of life and cause changes in behavior and mood but it’s often the people around someone who is experiencing hearing loss that are left feeling confused and frustrated. Why do they seem to be ignoring you? Why do they no longer want to participate or venture out of their immediate environment? Learn how to detect signs of hearing loss and educate yourself on how you can become an advocate.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s Helping Others With Hearing Loss

The Better Hearing Institute’s When a Loved One Resists Help for Their Hearing Loss

National Council on Aging’s Hearing Loss It’s a Family Affair

AARP’s Study Hearing Loss Linked to Dementia and How Big of a Problem is Hearing Loss?

Other Resources & Helpful Hearing Links

Living with hearing loss brings many challenges. Here are helpful links to many hearing resources.

Better Hearing Institute

Hearing Loss Association of America

Hearing Health Foundation

Our Process

  • Review Hearing History

    Your initial visit will consist of us discussing your medical and hearing history.

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  • Hearing Exam

    At this stage, we will need to test your hearing.

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  • Review results and Recommendations

    We will review the audiogram and other hearing test results with you.

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  • Hearing Aid Overview

    After we review the audiogram results with you, we will demonstrate the different types and levels of hearing aids - and give you an overview of today's technology.

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  • Discuss Complete Hearing Health

    This includes: Quarterly checks and cleaning, Program Adjustments, Batteries and Annual Hearing Screening.

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