How to book a hearing test for hearing loss


As we get older our hearing tends to suffer – but you don’t need to suffer in silence.

If you notice any of the signs of hearing loss below, it might be worth booking a hearing test.

Not only could this be the first step towards a better quality of life, but if you are retired, your hearing test will be free.

Four signs of hearing loss

There are a number of telltale signs that you might be suffering from hearing loss. So if any of these sound familiar to you, be sure to visit Hearing Aid Finder to book your hearing test:

The TV should be loud enough for you to understand what is going on.

It’s a lot harder to have a conversation with people these days than it was when you were young – and you often ask them to repeat themselves slower or louder.

Background noise, such as at large family gatherings or passing cars, makes it very difficult to hear what people are saying, even if they are standing right next to you.

The sound of people speaking is often muffled or indistinguishable, especially with certain accents.

There are a number of telltale signs that you might be suffering from hearing loss, such as the TV set to be loud enough for you to understand what is going on. Photo: Getty

Hearing loss is more common in people over 60

The older you are, the more likely you are to feel the signs of hearing loss. And when it’s not diagnosed, it can progress quickly. This is why it is so important to book a hearing test.

Fortunately, with Hearing Aid Finder, you can make a free reservation at a local clinic.

Other discounts and grants are available for certain concession card holders, such as retiree concession card holders, veterans affairs department white and gold card holders, and members of the Australian Defense Force.

Book a safe hearing test despite COVID-19

With COVID-19 still prevalent in Australia, it’s important to take precautions when you leave your home.

Hearing care professionals understand this and have changed the way they perform hearing tests. First, you will speak to a specialist over the phone before you are invited to come to the clinic.

Remote options are also available, such as online hearing tests and video conference calls with a specialist.

If you don’t have good mobility or have a poor internet connection, they can even arrange a home visit for you.

Discreet hearing aids make life easier

Hearing loss should never be embarrassing, and with advancements in technology, modern hearing aids are small, unobtrusive, and easy to adjust.

Hearing Aid Finder helps you find a professional audiologist in your area, and if you need a hearing aid, you’ll have no-obligation testing until you find the right one for you.

You can make an appointment today and start living your best life again with a free hearing test.


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