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HEARING QUIZ

This short checklist will help you determine whether you are experiencing specific hearing problems. The questions relate to everyday listening situations where many people – even those with only minor hearing losses – could experience difficulties hearing clearly.

Please take your time to answer the questions, perhaps together with a close friend or family member who might have commented on your hearing ability.

HEARING LOSS SCREENING CHECKLIST

Please answer YES if you experience the following frequently:

  • Do you have difficulty hearing people on the telephone? Y/N
  • Do you feel that others do not speak clearly or that other people mumble? Y/N
  • Does your family complain about the volume level TV? Y/N
  • Do you need to strain to hear conversations? Y/N
  • Do you have trouble hearing in noisy situations? Y/N
  • Do you ask people to repeat ? Y/N
  • Do you find it hard to hear people if they are not facing you? Y/N
  • Do you experience Tinnitus regularly (buzzing/ringing in ears)? Y/N
  • Are you 65 or over? Y/N

TALLY:____

If you answers YES to TWO OR MORE signs or symptoms of hearing loss frequently, a thorough audiometric evaluation is recommended.

Statistics show that 16% of Canadian adults and 47% of those 60 and over experience hearing loss.

Please contact us to book your thorough hearing evaluation and consultation with Audiology Innovations

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WHY CHOOSE US

Our staff. We each have unique reasons why we want to help you hear better.

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HOW CAN WE HELP YOU

We want to know what each patient’s unique hearing challenges are. We therefore complete a thorough audiometric test battery as well as ‘listening in noise’ testing. This gives us a better understanding of the ‘real world’ hearing abilities you have.

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WHY DO SOMETHING NOW?

There is extensive research to show that early identification and treatment is critical to good brain health.