Our qualified Audiologists will assess your hearing and feedback the results.
We'll answer any questions and help you protect or improve your hearing depending on your results.
If it looks like you might have a hearing loss, we’ll invite you back for a longer, 75-minute appointment so that we can do a more thorough test.
You’re absolutely welcome to bring a friend, partner or family member with you to your hearing test – in fact, it can be really helpful to have someone there to help you remember any advice we give you about your hearing, or to tell us about any situations that they’ve noticed where you aren’t hearing as well as you used to.
Because hearing loss is so gradual, a person with a hearing loss might not even notice it. But it can be frustrating if a loved one seems to be struggling to hear – maybe they have the TV on very loudly, they ask you to repeat yourself a lot, or they have trouble talking to you on the phone. They might even become a little withdrawn and spend less time in social situations because they’re struggling to hear. If you think someone you know has a hearing loss, here are some things you can do for them:
You can read this section to find out about how someone with a new hearing aid gets used to using it.
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