How do you know if you have a hearing problem?
1. You need to ask people to repeat themselves
2. People appear to be mumbling and you would like to hear conversations more clearly
3. You often misunderstand what others have said to you
4. The television or radio volume needs to be louder than others prefer for you to hear it
5. You have difficulty hearing on the phone
6. You have difficulty hearing in background noise, such as restaurants and family gatherings
7. You have difficulty hearing in meetings or lectures
How do you know if your baby or child has a hearing problem?
1. Speech development is delayed compared to others of the same age
2. The child does not respond to sound
3. Difficulties learning at school
4. Appears inattentive, restless or has some behavioral problems
If you already wear a hearing device
1. Are you satisfied with the sound quality of your device/s?
2. Are you satisfied with its performance at family gatherings?
3. Are you having difficulty hearing the television clearly?
4. Are you having difficulty hearing on the phone?
5. Is the device uncomfortable to wear or uncomfortably loud?
6. Do you experience a whistling feedback noise from your device?
If you experience any of these problems make an appointment with Hearing Innovations to find out what can be done to improve your hearing aid performance.