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Getting a Hearing Assessment with Moor Hearing

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Are you worried about your hearing? You’re not alone. According to the Royal National Institute for the Deaf (RNID), around 1.2 million people in the UK have significant hearing loss. It can affect nearly every part of your daily life, from social interactions to work efficiency. The best way to know for sure if you’re experiencing hearing loss is to get a hearing assessment.

In this latest blog update from the Moor Hearing team, we will be exploring everything you need to know about getting a hearing assessment with Moor Hearing.

Why Choose Moor Hearing for Your Assessment?

At Moor Hearing, we understand the importance of addressing hearing concerns promptly and professionally. That’s why we offer free hearing consultations either at our practice or in the comfort of your own home.

What to Expect During Your Hearing Test

Initial Consultation

The first step is a chat about your hearing experiences. We’ll ask about situations where you struggle to hear and where you hear well. This helps us understand your needs and tailor the assessment to find the best solution for you.

In-Clinic Assessment

If you visit us at the clinic, we’ll start with a few medical questions and an examination of your outer ear and eardrum using our Video Otoscope. You can even see the images yourself, making the process transparent and informative.

Next, we conduct the hearing test in our soundproof booth using the Aurical system. This ensures we get accurate results by eliminating any background noise. If there’s an issue like a wax blockage, we’ll discuss ear wax removal options with you before proceeding.

At-Home Assessment

Prefer a home visit? No problem. We use KuduWave for home assessments. This system combines ear inserts and noise-cancelling headphones to provide precise hearing testing results, even with some background noise.

Explaining Your Results

After the hearing assessment, we’ll go through the results with you in detail. We’ll explain what your hearing levels mean, comparing them to normal hearing ranges and identifying any issues. You’ll understand whether your hearing falls within acceptable limits or if there’s mild, moderate, or severe hearing loss.

Personalised Recommendations

Based on the results of the hearing assessment, we’ll offer recommendations tailored to your needs. Whether it’s hearing aids or other solutions, our goal is to find something that works perfectly for you. You’ll have 60 days to trial any new hearing aids to ensure they meet your expectations for technology, comfort, and cost.

Online Hearing Screener

Not ready for a full assessment? Try our 3-minute Hearing Screener online. With a good pair of headphones and a quiet room, you can check your hearing at home. This screener tests three frequencies to identify any differences and gives you a general idea of your hearing health.

While the Hearing Screener is not a replacement for a professional assessment, it can indicate whether you should book a full hearing test. It’s a simple, quick way to take the first step towards better hearing health.

Ready to Improve Your Hearing?

If you’re concerned about your hearing, don’t wait. Contact us to book a home visit or an appointment at our clinic. With Moor Hearing, you’re in good hands, and we’re dedicated to helping you hear better and live better.

For more details, visit our hearing assessments page and take the first step towards clearer hearing today.

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