- The hearing aid was not adjusted properly for your hearing loss.
- You may have some central auditory processing issues in addition to your hearing loss.
Here’s How Speech and Hearing Associates Can Help:
- If your hearing aid was not adjusted properly for your hearing loss:
Our doctors of audiology have an average of 15 years of clinical hearing aid experience and can handle even the most difficult programming issues. We have the software and equipment necessary to fine tune all major brands or hearing aids, including Siemens, Phonak, Starkey, Oticon, and Widex.
2. If you have central auditory processing issues in addition to your hearing loss:
For years our staff has been recognized as leaders in evaluating and addressing central auditory processing issues. We have been invited to present numerous lectures on the topic, including presentations at the New Jersey Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conventions and the New Jersey Branch of the International Orton Society.
You paid a lot of money for your hearing aid. Make sure it’s working the way it should and adjusted to your specific hearing needs. If auditory training is needed for a central auditory processing issue, we can do it. Think or auditory training as short term physical therapy for the ear. The best part is that we are approved by Medicare and most insurance companies to provide auditory training.
Call Speech & Hearing Associates at (800) 742-7551 for more information or to schedule an appointment.