A hearing aid should be as individual as you are and at AudioClinic we offer some of the most innovative, programmable devices available anywhere in the world. Whether you’re an experienced or new hearing aid user our range offers a variety of solutions that can be perfectly matched to your hearing, lifestyle and budget needs. Remember, your hearing is far too important to become a DIY (Do It Yourself) project and hearing aids bought off the internet are definitely not recommended.
To make sure your needs are accurately met a thorough hearing check by a qualified AudioClinic Clinician is the ideal way to begin the process. Our Clinician will assess your hearing and, if required, recommend a product from our range of world leading Oticon hearing aids that best meets all your requirements.
What’s right for you?
We’re all different in our needs, preferences, desires, and abilities, and at your hearing check appointment our Clinician will begin with a conversation to establish your hearing history. This will begin the process so that we can provide you with a personalised care program that is exactly right for you.
Fancy a Discreet or Invisible style?
At AudioClinic we have three digital hearing aid styles that fit either In The Ear (Invisible) or Behind the Ear (Discreet)
Match your Hearing needs with your lifestyle
The degree of your hearing loss, which is described as mild, moderate, severe and profound, will have a bearing on which product will be the right one for you. However, features of all these products can be changed to suit your everyday lifestyle. So, whether you work in a busy office or live quietly at home, the sounds generated by your device can be adjusted so they’re not too overwhelming.
Making your personalised solution affordable
You may be surprised to discover that the advanced digital technology hearing aids that we provide could cost you nothing if you’re eligible for Government Hearing Program rebate. If not, prices start from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand for the very latest technology.
A hearing check evaluates your ability to hear by measuring the ability of sound to reach the brain. These abilities can change, which means people that experience even a mild degree of hearing loss should be tested often (every 2 years) to track the changes and adjust solutions accordingly.
Simply book a hearing check at an AudioClinic near you and we’ll take the time to discuss your needs and if required, we’ll even demonstrate the product that will be best for you.