Hearing Test

Take this quick test and check your ability to hear properly:

  1. Do people seem to mumble or speak in a softer voice than they used to?
  2. Do you feel tired or irritable after a long conversation?
  3. Do you sometimes miss key words in a sentence or frequently need to ask people to repeat themselves?
  4. When you are in a group or in a crowded restaurant, is it difficult to hear?
  5. When you are together with other people, does background noise bother you?
  6. Do you often need to turn up the volume on your TV or radio?
  7. Do you find it difficult to hear the doorbell or the telephone ring?
  8. Is carrying on a telephone conversation difficult?
  9. Do you find it difficult to pin point where an object is e.g. an alarm clock or a telephone from the noise it makes?
  10. Has someone close to you mentioned that you might have a problem with your hearing?

How did you do?

Your answers to these questions only provide an early indication of whether your hearing is impaired or not. If you answered “yes” to just 1 of these questions you may not need our assistance just yet. If you answered “yes” to two or more of these questions, you may be experiencing some hearing loss. If you answered “yes” to 3 or more of these questions, we urge you to call our office and ask for a no-obligation complimentary hearing screening.

Associated Hearing Professionals will take you to a world of better hearing. We will help you move beyond the frustrations of hearing loss, so you can experience life with the clearest, most comfortable and natural hearing possible in any listening situation.