Hearing aids are available in many different styles and sizes.
If you are experiencing hearing loss, one of our certified audiologists will help you decide which style is best suited for your hearing loss, listening needs, and lifestyle.
It's important to understand that not all hearing aid styles are designed for all types of hearing loss.
It is also important to ensure that your hearing healthcare provider is trained on the appropriate hearing aid verification procedures and possesses a keen knowledge of how the auditory system functions.
What does a hearing aid fitting include?
Our hearing centres provide a complete hearing assessment and tailors a hearing solution based on your individual needs. Every patient is unique, therefore we consider such variables as type of loss, auditory processing ability, occupational needs, personal lifestyles, ability to handle a hearing device, listening environments, and finances. We provide full hearing assessments on site.
Real Ear Measurements
Real ear measurements (REMs) are extremely important in the hearing aid fitting process as they indicate whether your hearing aid(s) is providing enough volume for your individual hearing loss. At our hearing centres, all hearing aid fittings are verified using “Real Ear Measurements” (REMs) unless contraindicated by age, mental acuity, or some physical abnormality of the external ear canal.
Our clinics provide a 30-day adjustment period. During this time your certified audiologist will work closely with you to ensure your hearing aids are comfortable and meeting your hearing needs.
Peace of Mind Service Plan
Our Peace-of-Mind Service Plan will take care of all your hearing healthcare needs allowing you to focus your energy on the other important things in your life. Please click here for details on what our service plan includes.