What is the next step?
Several research studies have suggested that hearing impairment can have significant psychosocial effects, causing a detrimental impact on the individual’s quality of life. If left untreated it can give rise to isolation, reduced social activity, a feeling of being excluded and increased symptoms of depression. There is also some evidence of correlation between hearing loss and loss of cognitive functions.
If you feel that you or your loved one might have hearing loss, the sooner you seek help, the sooner you might put an end to the negative impact that hearing loss has in your overall quality of life.
The first step is to consult an Audiologist and have a hearing assessment done. Our Audiologist will then explain you the result of your hearing assessment and guide you through the solutions available, depending on your personal needs, preferences, and lifestyle.