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Recently, I made an appointment for my father’s hearing assessment with a local audiologist. The woman who confirmed the appointment reminded me that he needed to bring someone to the hearing test. It may seem like an unusual request, but bringing someone to a hearing test can help ensure a higher-quality outcome. It’s best to bring the person who speaks with him most to take part in the familiar voice test. So, last Thursday I joined my dad at the audiologist’s office and I’m so glad I went.


When you experience unexpected and significant hearing loss, the impact goes beyond the emotional. Your ability to work can be limited and even eliminated entirely depending on your skillset, creating tremendous financial pressure. Financial demands also exist if your child is born with a hearing impairment or experiences hearing loss later on. Your child will need special education opportunities, medical treatment and, if applicable, assistive devices to improve their hearing.

Fortunately, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has disability benefits available for those who have experienced hearing loss, provided they meet certain medical and financial eligibility requirements. These monthly cash payouts can help stabilize individual or family finances and cover the cost of treatment.


If you’ve never been to an audiologist before, it helps to know what to expect. And whether you know you have hearing loss or are just going for a hearing check-up, it is good to prepare a little.

To help you the best they can, the hearing care expert needs to know all about your unique hearing. So please think about the following

  • Think about what situations you find especially difficult
  • Review the ten warning signs of hearing loss
  • Bring someone with you to help contribute information that only a third person can

Once you arrive for your visit, your hearing care expert will discuss your hearing history to understand what factors have influenced your hearing. They’ll want to get more information about your personal hearing needs.

The hearing care expert will also inspect your ears for blockages or any other visible problems.

Your visit may also include a listening experience with hearing devices, to see what kinds of sounds you can hear. Your hearing care expert will explain the results to you clearly. It will then be time to develop a plan for the next steps.



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