WE OFFER A WIDE RANGE OF AUDIOLOGY SERVICES FOR ALL AGES
Assistive Listening Devices
Hearing Aid Care and Maintenance
Hearing Aid Sales
Hearing Testing and Screening
A pass/fail measure to determine whether hearing is within normal limits or may be impaired, meant only to be used to determine if further evaluation may be necessary, not sufficient for programming hearing devices.
A comprehensive measure of hearing levels for speech and tones at various frequencies, may lead to further testing depending on diagnosis, provides individual hearing levels necessary for programming hearing devices.
The behind the scenes tasks associated with the order and subsequent sale of hearing aids. Includes verification received devices are what was ordered, that they are working properly, and that no package components are missing.
Assimilation of test results, history, and other information to assist in selection of hearing aids by providing recommendations. Patients then choose their hearing aids based on recommendations, past experience, goals, lifestyle, budget, and insurance benefit.
Deeper cleaning of hearing aids than can be achieved by patient at home, typically recommended every 6 months, may utilize mechanic picks, brushes, suction, and/or cleaners designed to be safe for hearing aids.
Recording of the hearing aids real time performance at the level of the patient’s ear drum utilizing a tiny probe, sometimes achieved utilizing averages and estimates to perform measures in a test box, instead of the patient’s ear.
Devices that are not hearing aids but are designed to assist those who are deaf or hard of hearing with daily functions such as alerting and alarm devices, captioned telephones, amplified telephones, etc.
Stock or custom molded ear plugs or ear muffs designed to attenuate (dampen) sounds to protect one’s hearing from damage due to loud noise exposure. May also include protection from water, sparks, metal, glass, wood, etc.
Determination of patient’s ability to perceive various frequencies (pitches), establishes thresholds (softest level at which patient can hear), may also establish loudness discomfort levels (point at which patient can no longer tolerate).
Determination of patient’s ability to perceive speech, establishes threshold (softest level at which patient can hear), may also establish most comfortable listening level, uncomfortable listening level, and patient’s ability to understand speech clearly in quiet and/or noise.
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