Who needs a Hearing Test?
More than 50% of people over 60 years old have a hearing impairment. Hearing impairment is the second most common cause of disability in older people. Although the onset can be gradual, deteriorating hearing can have an adverse impact, causing social isolation leading to feelings of detachment and frustration.
It is not just the young and the elderly who can benefit from a complete assessment. Around 20% of all young people are regularly exposed to dangerously loud music, risking their hearing at noisy clubs and bars and by listening to personal stereos at extreme noise levels, and around 1.3 million people are exposed to potentially damaging noise in the workplace.
Hearing Test Steps
Our extensive hearing tests can be broken down into 4 main steps.
Our well renowned aftercare includes a regular assessment and evaluation of your hearing and the health of your ears, expert help and advice, demonstrations of new hearing aid technology, advice on how to take daily care of your hearing aids to maintain their performance and adjustments to your hearing aids to ensure you continue to get the most out of your aids.
I can now follow conversations when out socialising with full confidence! Nobody even notices the hearing aids as they are practically invisible. It’s just been a new lease of life. Thank you.