In the majority of cases, the person affected does not realize a hearing loss exists until it begins to cause problems or their loved ones urge them to seek help. Because the condition is not necessarily immediate, it is important to have In Home Hearing complete a hearing assessment every year, as part of your yearly check-up. A medical history is very helpful for our Hearing Specialist in determining if a problem with your hearing is developing. If a hearing loss is detected, the sooner treatment begins, the higher the possibility for a positive outcome.
A great number of Canadians will at some point deal with the effects of hearing loss over the course of their lives. At any age, hearing loss can become difficult to deal with. At In Home Hearing we welcome and accommodate for patients of all ages. We treat our patients on an individual basis, and with the highest level of care. We are fully equipped with the latest in technology to be able to treat our patients in our clinic and in their home.
Your friends or loved ones may often have to repeat themselves for you. You may have difficulty hearing in noisy environments and gatherings. As your hearing loss gets worse, it will be more difficult to understand or differentiate the sounds around you. It’s important to take action as soon as you can to help preserve your hearing.
Another important fact to remember is that not all hearing loss is the same. Many effective treatments have been designed to reduce effects of the various forms of hearing loss.