A visit with a hearing care professional can change your life


hearing healthcareIt’s easy to schedule a visit with a hearing care professional at Hearing Healthcare of Virginia, and it may change your life.

Only a qualified hearing specialist can tell you whether you are experiencing hearing loss and recommend the best course of action for dealing with it.

The good thing: the relief that comes when you learn the facts.

You might have noticed the world changing around you. Missing something your spouse says. Having to ask a co-worker to repeat something more than once.

Things you used to take for granted seem to be missing.

Good news: you can get a strong sense of control over your situation.

Your hearing care professional will discuss your hearing history to understand what factors have influenced your hearing, and also to get more information on your basic hearing needs.

How you think you are doing in different situations

  • What you are doing to deal with hearing issues in your everyday life
  • Your hearing “wish list” – in what situations do you need improvement
  • The visit may include a hearing evaluation and a listening experience with hearing devices, when appropriate.

As your appointment approaches, it is a good idea to start thinking about these questions.

 

About Hearing Healthcare of Virginia

Hearing Healthcare of Virginia is offering complimentary hearing screenings at its six locations in the Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia – Charlottesville, Covington, Culpeper, Fishersville, Harrisonburg, and Lexington.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (888) 512-1164.

More online at www.HearVirginia.com.


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