Hearing Aids Perth Specialists
Our sense of hearing is one of the most important senses we have. We can easily connect to the world and communicate with the people who matter to us if we can hear.
Hearing enables and helps us lead our daily lives without restrictions. It allows us to socialise, do our job and interact with others without losing confidence. While being blessed with good hearing will enable us to connect with the outside world, it also gives us the power to hear warnings which keep us away from trouble.
In 2015, approximately 3.55 million Australians were deemed to have hearing loss – and that’s about 17% of the entire population. Generally, the number of people suffering from hearing loss increases due to several factors like – Aging, impairment due to excessive exposure to loud noise, hereditary, occupational noises, medications, and illnesses.
Hearing aids are precision instruments, and there are a wide variety of different solutions on the market. As your hearing aid Perth specialists we can help you find the right type, fit and setup for your specific auditory needs.
How can we help you?
Our audiologists will diagnose your hearing problems and work with you to create a treatment plan that suits your requirements and lifestyle. Typically, this will involve a hearing aid; our personalised treatment plans result in over 97% of our hearing aid clients successfully using their hearing aids at follow up.
We will guide you through the different types of hearing aid, including Behind The Ear (BTE), In The Ear (ITE), and Receiver in Canal (RIC) and help you choose the right one for you. We’re an independent business and help you compare many of the top hearing aid brands. To find the right solution.
Our complete service doesn’t stop at fitting. We will work with you over time to ensure that your hearing aid continues to perform as well as it did when it was first fitted.
Because your hearing changes over time, your hearing aid sometimes needs adjusting. We recommend that you visit us for a hearing test and hearing aid adjustment once every 12 months to ensure your hearing aid continues to work well for you.
Repairs, Adjustments & Parts
We stock a wide range of parts for popular models and can perform simple repairs on-site at our clinics. If we cannot repair your hearing aid on-site, we will get a quote from the manufacturer and arrange for it to be fixed.
Getting hearing aids can raise your quality of life substantially, but that investment isn’t cheap. Many of our customers, including pensioners, veterans, children, young adults under 26, and those with private health insurance, are eligible for rebates or financial assistance, and we will help advise you on accessing this.
If you don’t fall into those categories but are in financial hardship, we will work with you to arrange a payment plan. Eligibility is assessed on a case-by-case basis, please contact us for more information.
Why Choose Hearing & Audiology For Your Hearing Aid?
As the first independent hearing clinic in Western Australia, we have been serving the community for over three decades, and we work closely with doctors to ensure quality patient care.
Because we are independent, we don’t work on commission for specific brands. This means we only recommend a hearing aid when it is clinically indicated and can fully-focus on finding the right hearing aid for you. It also means we stock a larger range of hearing aids, which gives you more choice.
We are family-owned and operated and committed to the highest standards of customer care. We know that hearing your family and friends is important, and we work hard to be available when you need us.
Hearing and Audiology, located in Perth and Geraldton, specialises in fitting and follow-up care for hearing aid users. Our internationally accredited and Australian-trained team have been helping residents in the Perth area find their perfect hearing aid for more than 30 years.
If you are experiencing hearing loss and think you need hearing aids, or if you are an existing hearing aid user looking for better support, we can help. Book an appointment by calling (08) 9388 8003 or by using our online contact form.
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For enquiries, phone us on (08) 9388 8003 or alternatively, book an appointment online 24/7 using the form below.
At hearing and audiology, we are specialists in helping you with a variety of hearing concerns.
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