Hearing Aid Technology
While most people think of hearing aids as clunky and inefficient, modern technology has helped bring smaller, more natural looking hearing aids to the market that still do the job. We sell and repair several varieties of hearing aids, and can help you pick out the right one for your hearing issues and lifestyle.
Adapting to Your New Hearing Aid
When being able to hear distant sounds clearly for the first time in years, adapting to your new hearing aid can be a challenge. Your brain has to adjust to this new aural stimulation and it can be overwhelming at first. The staff at Hearing Unlimited can help you transition into this new aspect of your life.
Important Tips for New Hearing Aid Users
It’s important to have realistic expectations when trying on your hearing aid for the first time. While you might still struggle with your hearing, you can use your new hearing aid to improve your communication with others and get a better understanding of your surroundings. It’s also important to continue your rehabilitation after you receive your hearing aid.
As you adjust to your new hearing levels, it’s important for your loved ones to practise communicating with you in a clear tone without background noise if possible. When you come in for your appointment, we can explain some communication techniques you can practice with your family.
If you respond "yes" to any of these questions, it is recommended that you contact an audiologist to arrange for a thorough hearing evaluation.