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What happens after the test if you have hearing loss?

Afterwards, the results from your check-up will be shared with you. Based on these, your audiologist may make a number of recommendations.

If hearing aids are advised, you will get a chance to have a look at the different types available to see if any meet your needs. Once you have decided how you'd like to proceed, a separate appointment will then be booked to fit your hearing aids and help you get accustomed to them.

Once you've made your selection, you could be wearing your new hearing aids in less than a week (custom hearing aids can take 2-3 weeks) and you can enjoy our free personalised aftercare services.

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“The pivotal moment was when I saw Hidden Hearing doing free hearing tests. For me, it has been life-changing”

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6 benefits of wearing hearing aids

1. Hear clearly in most situations and enjoy life more
2. Be able to participate in conversation again
3. Avoid the stress and discomfort caused by impaired hearing
4. Avoid having to ask people to repeat themselves
5. Hear phone conversations effortlessly
6. Listen to the TV at the same volume as other people around you

What to expect at your hearing test

You might be wondering what takes place at a hearing assessment, such as how your hearing care expert will check for hearing loss and what you can expect to learn.

Our brief guide will provide you with a step-by-step overview so that you can be prepared for your appointment.

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On the day of your test, a friend or family member is recommended to come along with you.


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You will be greeted in the reception by one of our friendly clinic coordinators, who will ask you to sanitise your hands and sign in.


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You will also be asked the following questions:


  • Have you tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 7 days?
  • Are you waiting for a COVID-19 test or the results?
  • Do you have any of the following symptoms:


New, continuous cough, high temperature or fever, loss of, or change in sense of smell or taste?


  • Do you live with someone who has either tested positive for COVID-19 or had symptoms of COVID-19 in the last 14 days?



You will then meet your audiologist, who will bring you through to our consultation room to complete your free hearing assessment.

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To complete your free hearing assessment. Your audiologist will begin by asking you about your medical history in order to find out more about your hearing concerns and lifestyle factors.


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Your audiologist will also conduct a physical ear exam of your ears.


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Your audiologist will make a recommendation based on these results.


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If there is hearing loss detected, we will assist you in choosing the best hearing aid solution to suit your needs.


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When should you book a hearing test?

Your sense of hearing is important for your wellbeing as it helps you to connect with others and experience the world around you. If you feel that your hearing is not what it used to be, our team of experts can help. If you begin to recognise any signs of hearing loss, we recommend that you book a free hearing test.

Do you recognise any of the signs of hearing loss?

Do you often turn up the TV volume?
Do you ask people to repeat what they said?
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Do you have problems understanding speech when there is background noise?
Do you find it hard to tell where sounds are coming from?
Do you avoid some social activities because you’re worried you’ll find it hard to hear what’s going on?
Do you think it's difficult to hear phone conversations?