Our audiologist will spend some time talking with you about the difficulties you have with your hearing, and get an understanding of your listening needs, goals and expectations.
Then the trained audiologist will place some headphones on you and perform Pure Tone Audiometry. You will be asked to press a button when you hear a series of pure tones. The test helps to determine any hearing loss and the results are plotted on a chart called an audiogram.
The audiologist will explain your audiogram and discuss how it affects your listening skills and hearing ability in different sound environments.If hearing instruments (aids) are recommended, they can tailor a prescription to suit your hearing loss, lifestyle and budget.
You will also have the opportunity to try different hearing instruments made up to your prescription so that you can witness for yourself the difference in hearing level and help you make an fully informed decision.