When Was The Last Time That You Had Your Hearing Tested?
As hearing care professionals, one of our biggest frustrations is that we spend much of our time caring for patients when it’s too late – with reports suggesting that the average person waits seven years from experiencing initial signs of a hearing loss to seeing a professional.
However, if patients would have acted on the first signs of hearing loss and scheduled to see a professional, then we would have been able to care and prolong the level of hearing they have to ensure they have a longer, more fulfilling life of healthy hearing.
This is why we’re so passionate about raising awareness for healthy hearing and advising our communities of the importance of regular hearing tests.
If you or a loved one believe that you may be experiencing signs of hearing loss, then we strongly encourage you to schedule a visit from one of our professionals for a comprehensive hearing assessment.
It’s quick, non-invasive and, as we travel to you, it will be in the comfort of your own home, office, or retirement community, ensuring that it’s highly convenient.
Check Your ZIP
Complete this form and one of our specialists will call you back shortly.
How It Works
1. Check Your ZIP
The first step is to ‘Check Your ZIP’ – as Virginia’s premiere mobile hearing care experts, we cover a vast area but to check if we cover you, you can complete the ‘Check My ZIP’ form on this website.
We’ll then share the availability of our team and schedule your appointment.
2. We'll Visit You
At an agreed date/time, one of our hearing care specialists will visit you at your home, office or the agreed meeting place.
But don’t worry, you won’t have to climb into the back of our van, we’ll find a quiet place to set-up our equipment for your hearing assessment.
3. START YOUR Hearing Assessment
We’ll then check your ears and conduct a hearing test by playing a range of sounds through headphones, you simply let us know which you can hear and which you can’t hear.
We’ll use this data to share the results of your assessment.